Standing at 6' 2" with a powerful frame, this 8th grader who is now an official "incoming freshman" is another talent to keep your eyes on. Already a member of a talented Basha high school incoming freshmen class, Evan Hester has lots of upside to his game. Recently joining the Arizona All-Stars skills training program will go a long way to polishing this player's game. Come November high school season, high production in multiple stat categories is predicted. From now thru October, Hester can be seen training and playing in the club circuit with the Arizona All-Stars.
Former All-Stars Academy student, Zach Green is now ranked by local scout Gregg Rosenberg as the #21 best Arizona player in the class of 2014. Zach Green was a student of the Academy where he had the opportunity to develop his outside shooting touch, ball-handling and drive to the basket. He is one of many players that have come through the All-Stars system and gone on to become elite high school players. Zach currently plays for Mesquite high school. Due to an injury, he has not been on the roster but is expected to recover and continue on to a successful basketball career at the collegiate level.
In 2009-10 season, Keaton Ranger DID NOT make his Freshmen team at Hamilton high school. In the 2010-11 season, he also DID NOT play for the Hamilton high school basketball team. This is when he came to me..to the All-Stars system. Desperate and in need of training. Before his Junior year began, he dropped out of high school for 1 year. Back then the AIA allowed this to take place. During the 2011-12 season, he trained with me and played club basketball with the Arizona All-Stars. In 2012-13 season, he made the Gilbert Christian varsity team. Click the video highlight below and allow the highlight to do the rest of the talking. Lesson to be learned...the Arizona All-Stars Academy is about developing the beginner/intermediate player to become an elite player.