Individual lessons, 60 minute training sessions.
- Complete shot transformation
- Point guard skills
- Fundamental training
- Post work
- 1 on 1 skills
Group Lessons- $25
Group lessons are all about reps and fundamentals, 60 minute training sessions.
The Pocket Shooting System: Two hour clinic focused on shot transformation.
The Pure Point Guard: Two hour clinic focused on developing the mental and physical skills to be a high level point guard.
Fundamental Clinic: Two hour clinic focused on drills and skills to be a complete basketball player.
Training times are available in Olympia, WA through the sign-up tab. Would you like Josh to come to you? Email email@example.com to coordinate.
What Do NCAA D1 Coaches Say About Josh?
Josh Wilson plays the game at 100% at all times. He is a threat to score in many different ways. He shoots the three well and is very effective in driving to the paint. Most importantly, Josh has a “team first” attitude and makes all those around him better– he is a flat out winner!”.
In my three seasons as the Head Coach at Weber State University Josh Wilson was the player I respected the most, not only was he the best point guard in our conference but also the toughest and most competitive player we faced. He can flat out run any team, he is a tremendous passer and handler and is able to score when his team needs him to do so. On top of all that he is a very high character person, a great teammate and leader.
“Josh was really a nightmare to play against. He is the consummate “winner” and he made shots when most needed. His basketball I.Q. is off the charts and his ability to make those around him was obvious. He is a deceptive player as he’s strong and athletic enough to get to the rim for a finish or drop off pass, but he is also an excellent shooter. His skill set is varied enough that you couldn’t just concentrate on taking away one area of his game. Josh strikes me as the type of player who will impact any team he’s on because he understands the game so well. I won’t miss playing against Josh.”
Josh was an incredibly tough player to coach against! He plays the game the right way and can hurt you in many ways! Whether it be a dagger three, steal and a lay up, or a drive and a dish, he plays to the end and is one of the most fierce competitors we’ve faced! I’m very confident that he’ll be just as successful at the next level and will be that extension of the coach on the floor that we all look for!