Nike Basketball Camp Durango High School Las Vegas, Nevada
Join Nike Basketball Camps this summer at Durango High School for a challenging week of post and perimeter player skills camp. We are excited to be leading another camp with DeShawn Henry, Head Varsity Coach at Durango High. Camp will be held from June 24-27, 2013.
Coach Henry has been coaching at Durango for seven years and has led his team to six playoff appearances. He will bring with him an enthusiastic and experienced coaching staff ready to help players step up their game and improve their skills. At this camp post and perimeter players will get individualized instruction from our staff to help them fine tune their existing skills and develop new fundamentals.
Post and perimeter players eager to learn new moves and techniques to help them become stronger more confident players will find this camp worthwhile. Coach Henry will challenge players and lead them through drills that teach body positioning, creating open shots in the paint, passing, shooting, and more all while having fun. Players of all abilities are encouraged to attend!
- Individualized instruction from our experienced coaching staff eager to help players become stronger, more confident players
- New moves and techniques for post and perimeter players
- 8:1 player to coach ratio
- Official NIKE Camp T-Shirt
- NIKE Camp Workbook, certificate, and a handwritten evaluation for each camper
- PowerBars and other great Nike prizes
Durango High School is a public co-ed school high school located in Las Vegas. The school has approximately 2600 students and competes in the Southwest Division of the Sunset 4A Region.Meet your coaching staff
Coach Henry enters his seventh year as the Trailblazers Head Coach and has posted five winning seasons and six playoff appearances at Durango. He continues to diligently build a program that is dedicated to developing successful young people. His coaching philosophy is based upon providing the necessary skills and knowledge to the players, and allowing them to learn to be good decision makers and team players on and off the court.Read Full Bio
In all aspects of dealing with his young student-athletes, Henry helps them achieve on the court success while continuing to stress to his players the importance of academic excellence. Coach Henry's strengths include; supervising the entire men's basketball program, player development, academic supervision, fundraising, and aiding players in the college recruiting process.
Coach Henry coached several Durango players who have gone on to play NCAA Division I basketball, such as, Jamal Crook of Western Kentucky, Marcus Falley of Pacific University, Chrishawn Hopkins of Butler University and Joe Tuss of the Air Force Academy. While at Desert Pines High School, he coached point guard Pierre Jackson who is now a star player at the University of Baylor.
During the off-season, Coach Henry maintains close contact with his players to ensure they are developing as students and players. As the jumps coach for the Track team, he has coached three consecutive Nevada long jump state champions and continues to mentor Olympic hopeful, Reindell Cole. For the past 12 years he works with the nationally known Las Vegas Prospects youth basketball program as a coach, mentor and academic advisor. During that time the Las Vegas Prospects produced 41 student-athletes that went on to play at the NCAA Division I and Division II level.
Coach Henry is an active member of several national coaches associations; National Federation of High School Coaches, National Association of Basketball Coaches, and National Black Coaches Association. He also serves as a consultant to several basketball companies and youth basketball programs across the country.
Post/Perimeter: This camp will teach post and perimeter players new moves and techniques to perfect their game. Focus will be placed on getting possesion of the ball, body position, leverage, creating open shots, and moves to use in the paint. This session is excellent for post players as well as guards and forwards who want to lean how to be deadly in the paint.
Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability.