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Danny Hendserson – Assistant Men’s Coach at Boise State University demonstrates and discusses their Ball Screen Offense that led to a WAC Regular Season Championship.
Prior to coming to Boise State, Henderson went 708-172 (.805) in 25 years as a prep head coach in Texas, and was named 2012 MaxPreps National Coach of the Year while at Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas.
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Dominic Amorosa – My favorite Offensive Skill Development Drills
Dominic Amorosa – Head Coach, Strake Jesuit High School in Houston shows his favorite single and partner offensive skill development drills.
A graduate of Notre Dame, Amorosa comes to Jesuit from Kingwood Park where he served as Head Coach since 2008 after beginning his coaching career as an assistant at St. Pius X. He then served as an assistant at Kingwood for four years and was on the staff of their 2005 State Championship team.
Kenny Hoffpauir – Diamond Press System
Kenny Hoffpauir – Known for his uptempo style of play and relentless full court defense, Coach Hoffpauir discusses his 1-2-1-1 pressing system.
Currently the Head Boys Coach at Legacy Christian in Beaumont, he has had many successful stints at Highland Park, Midland Lee, Georgetown and Hanford High in California.
Jimmy Smith – Running the 1-4 High Offense
Jimmy Smith – Head Men’s Coach at Texas Lutheran University teaches the 1-4 High Offense he ran as a player at Mary Hardin Baylor and now uses in his offensive scheme as a head coach.
Smith also spent three years as an assistant coach at his alma mater University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. As both a player and coach at UMHB, Smith was part of a winning culture. During his three years as an assistant coach, the Cru racked up a 70-18 record and qualified for three NCAA Tournaments. He also enjoyed an outstanding playing career for UMHB, earning the school’s Male Athlete of the Year award and All-ASC West Division recognition.
Danny Henderson – Practice Organization and Philosophy
Danny Hendserson – Assistant Men’s Coach at Boise State University.
Known for his attention to detail and enthusiasm for the game, Coach Henderson discusses what he believes are the most important aspects of planning and organizing a practice as well as his philosophy of developing a team that listens and learns the game.