Posted On: 08/22/19 9:03 PM
In the Rise Combine there were different aspects of the camp. Skill testing, scrimmage games and straight skill sessions. Mentioned in my summary article, I lead a portion of the skills session during part of the camp. Most of the time, during part of my session I defend the girls and attempt to throw challenging moves largely based on foot-work, ball-handling and finishing all with techniques I ask for during my explanation of the skill drill.
In all of my skills training, I am constantly analyzing and testing multiple skills at a time from the details to the obvious. I also test how well a player can be coached and their level of coachability through the drills I throw at the players. In addition, I throw various ideas and tips before, during and after to see who uses them and applies to the game. Of the close to 30 players in the camp, there were over 10 young ladies who stood out in the skills session. Check below to see featured players!
Zariah Tillman-Class of 2021
Richardson High School
Handles were on point and quick but also hard with good change of speed without having to ask for it.