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P R I V A T E  T R A I N I N G

Private training includes specialized 1 on 1 training from our former Division 1 players.  

C H O O S E    T R A I N E R

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Terrence Samuel grew up playing basketball on the streets of Brooklyn New York. Eventually his hard work landed him a scholarship to play as a UCONN Husky for the 2014- 2015 season. There Terrence won the NCAA National Championship to cap off an amazing freshman year. After his Sophomore year Samuel transferred to play with Payton and the Penn State Nittany Lions. Samuel was a captain of the Nittany Lions and was an intricate part in the Nittany Lions success from the 2016-2017 Season. Terrence ended his impressive five year run in college hoops at (USF) University of South Florida.


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The newest member of our 5onfive team, Payton Banks is the son and product of June Banks. Payton Banks played at Orange Lutheran High School and currently stands in the top 5 in all statistical categories, #1 Rebounding,  #3 Points, #5 Assists, #5 Steals. He went on to play at Penn State University where he then averaged 10 ppg along with 4 rpg over his 4 years as a collegiate player. Payton is also a part of the prestigious 1000 point club. This milestone was reached after his 12ppg graduate year at University of South Florida.

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Jordan Dickerson, is from Alexandria, Virgin and only started playing basketball when he was 16. The 7’1 late bloomer cashed in on his new found sport and got him a full ride basketball scholarship to play for SMU. SMU was a stepping stone to his eventual Penn State basketball career where he met Payton Banks and Terrence Samuel. Jordans career at Penn State finished off by sending him into the record books. Jordan is currently the Universities All time in blocked shots. After Jordans career at Penn State he set his sites on some of the worlds best Euero Leagues. He participated in countries such as Greece, Georgia, Kosovo.