Players can expect to improve their skills, become better players, and improve their confidence, basketball IQ, and understanding of the game this spring!
MIDDLE SCHOOL: Every Monday and Wednesday from 6:00-7:00 PM starting April 11th, 2022 through May 18, 2022!
6 Weeks (12 total sessions): April 11th, April 13th, April 18th, April 20th, April 25th, April 27th, May 2nd, May 4th, May 9th, May 11th, May 16th, May 18th
200 Ellis Place, State College, PA 16801
The middle school group (6th-8th grade) will have an advanced, competitive feel to it. Numbers will be very limited in order to maximize detail and individual attention and improvement! We will focus on footwork, finishing options, creating space, game situations, as well as shooting and handling the basketball.
We are excited to be offering youth basketball skills clinics at C3 Sports this spring! The clinics will last for six weeks, starting Monday, April 11th and ending on Wednesday, May 18th!
MIDDLE SCHOOL: Our goal is to create a competitive, focused, and fun environment that allows for high levels of improvement. Sessions will have different focuses including:
Our goal is that our players train in a way that will lead to them having massive game success and that's exactly how we will approach things in this spring series.
Spots will be very limited to ensure a high amount of attention for each player!
The spring clinic series will be ran by Ethan Khoza!
Ethan is located in State College, PA and founded Vision Driven Basketball in the Summer of 2019. Since then he has worked with numerous players at the youth level, high school level, collegiate level, and professional level. He trains players locally in State College, including many of the best players in the area.
Ethan also recently completed his third season as the Head Junior Varsity/Assistant Varsity Boys Coach at Central Mountain High School in Mill Hall, PA. This season, his Central Mountain team had it's best season in school history, winning it's second ever PIAA District 6 Class 5A Championship as well as it's first ever state playoff game, advancing to the PIAA Sweet 16 this past season.
Along with that, he also coaches AAU with the PA Prime organization based in State College.
Ethan has worked with many other trainers as well as organizations such as Breakthrough Basketball to assist with running camps and clinics throughout the area.
In addition to Ethan's in-person basketball training business, he has amassed an audience of over 35,000 people though his YouTube channel and Instagram page and works with players from all over the world through his online basketball training platform.
Ethan's goal is to equip players with the necessary tools to maximize their potential and thrive on the court. He prides himself in simplifying the game for his players and building their skill level, basketball IQ, decision making, and overall feel for the game.
Along with that, the ball will stop bouncing for every player at some point in life, so Ethan also aspires to teach his players life lessons and valuable life skills through the game of basketball that will apply to any other endeavor, sports related or not, that they take on in life!