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Inspired by professional and college athletes for boys and girls 7 to 18 years of age. Young athletes will be taught fundamentals and skills, incorporating the physical and mental attributes necessary for success at every level. The program is designed as a catalyst for those young athletes who wish to pursue participation with a recreational team, competitive select team, or their school team. Whatever the pursuit, whether it be for fun or to play in college and then professionally, the students will be given the right tools to meet their full potential.
Xavier Silas has played basketball professionally in 5 different countries and for two NBA teams. His parents James and Vanessa Silas had always been very philanthropic on the East Side of Austin, TX. Inspired by his mothers giving heart and his fathers 20 year old non profit 501(c)(3) program for at-risk kids, he created a place where it all comes together. A place where parents can donate to real causes in their community while their kids learn how to be good at sports and how to be good people.
Played college basketball at Stephen F. Austin University where he averaged 30.7 points in his senior year. He then went on to play 10 seasons with the San Antonio Spurs where he would be the first ever to have his jersey number retired.
During his tenure at Smoky Hill High School he was named Centennial Conference Player of the Year, First Team All-Conference, First Team All-City and First Team All-State as a senior. Will Figures then received a full ride athletic scholarship to the University of Northern Colorado. Coached by Tad Boyle, he led Northern Colorado in scoring and assists and to a 25-7 Record. Will was also named as 2010 Northern Colorado MVP, received the 2010 Northern Colorado Best Assists Award. He was also a Big Sky unanimous First Team All Conference selection. Will Figures then played professionally in Germany.
Xavier Talton was the 4A Colorado Player of the Year as a Junior at Sterling High School. During his high school career he was the Tri-Valley Player of the Year and First Team All Tri-Valley League, and First Team All-State for his Junior and Senior year. Xavier received a full ride athletic scholarship to the University of Colorado where he played in 135 games, second most in a Colorado Uniform. His Colorado teammates voted him the Most Inspirational Player. Xavier boasts a 35.7% Career 3-point percentage and participated in 82 career wins as a Buff.