TEXAS HOOPS COMBINE -- September 21, 2014 at Bob Knight Fieldhouse
TEXAS HOOPS COMBINE -- October 5, 2014 at Round Rock Sports Center
Texas Hoops will be hosting combines September 21 and October 5 as the top players in the state of Texas will gather to work on their skills and heighten their exposure at the state's top combine/exposure camp.
Players will be evaluated during games and skill stations through the rigorous non-stop action. BAM testing results will be gathered - vertical leap, wingspan, standing reach and other vital statistics - on the players that may set them apart in the college coaches recruitment.
The camp is open to all young men entering 8th grade through seniors. Space is limited and players are encouraged to register immediately for these one-day events.
The Texas Hoops Combine 2014 evaluation staff will include:
Mike Kunstadt - Founded Great American Sports in 1988. Had 20 years of experience as a high school head coach in Texas, and was a 2013 Inductee into the Texas High School Basketball Hall of Fame.
Sam Lowe - Has been employed by Great American Sports since 1993. He has 19 years of experience as the lead talent evaluator and editor of Texas Basketball Review scouting report.
Blue Zertuche - Has been employed by Great American Sports since 2004. He has 11 years of experience as a talent evaluator and lead publisher on TexasHoops.com.
BAM (Basic Athletic Measurement) headquarters is located in Seattle, WA. BAM's management team is made up of strength and conditioning coaches and technology professionals who share the common goal of building the most effective methods to evaluate athletic skills and building precise measuring tools. BAM was started in 2008 by Brett Brungardt. Over the last 20 years, Brungardt has established himself as one of America's most accomplished and premiere strength and conditioning coaches. He has trained NBA MVP's and dunk champions, Cy Young Award Winners, NFL players and Olympic athletes.
Each Texas Hoops Combine participant will go through the BAM testing. They will be able to check their officials times, jumps and measures on the official website.