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While most players are wasting their time…

Serious Players Aren’t Making These Excuses:

  • There’s nowhere to play
  • I don’t know what to do
  • I’m not feeling motivated
  • I don’t have a place to train
  • My season is on hold
  • I don’t have anyone to push me
That’s why we’ve created PGC+ 1-on-1 — Work personally with a PGC Director and develop a training plan you’ll actually stick with to get the results you deserve.

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Our Trainers

All PGC+ 1-on-1 trainers are expert teachers of the game. Select a PGC Director to read more about them and how their coaching will help you.

Adam Turner
Craig Nickel
Dustin Aubert
Edward LeBlanc
Graham Maxwell
Kyle Koszuta
Lili Thompson
Marke Freeman
Matt McLeod
Robby Bostain
Vera Jo Bustos
Rudy Bentley Jr.

Adam Turner

Adam Turner played his college career at Bard College where he holds the Raptors’ career scoring record with 1,785 points. As an undersized post player, Adam had to continually match up against bigger, stronger players throughout his career. Adam experienced phenomenal success due to his student-of-the-game mentality, his pursuit of excellence, craftiness as a player and unrelenting spirit. As a result of his efforts, Adam was a four-year starter, a three-year team captain and a two-time NCAA Division III All-American while at Bard.

Adam graduated from Bard College in 2006 and took his first step into the collegiate coaching ranks as an assistant for the Raptors during the 2006-07 season. He also served as the Director of the Hoop Group Skills Camps. In 2009, Adam took over as head coach of the men’s basketball team at his alma mater.

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I came into Coach Turner’s program as someone who thought they had a well-rounded knowledge of the game of basketball, but the everyday learning culture that Coach Turner created showed me how much more there was to explore. When it comes to both X’s and O’s and player development, Coach Turner opened doors in my game that I didn’t even know were there. He helped me build a mindset that set me apart on and off the court.

– Harry Johnson, former Bard College basketball player

Craig Nickel

Craig Nickel extensive coaching expereince inlcudes being Head Coach of the University of Waterloo Women’s Basketball team and an assistant coach at Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo. He has coached both boys and girls at the high school level. Craig’s teams have won numerous league and regional championships, including three medals at the AAAA OFSAA Provincial Championships. In addition, Craig’s varsity girls teams at Waterloo Collegiate Institute qualified for 14 straight provincial championships (2001-2015). He has also had great success coaching club basketball, where he led OBA teams to gold, silver and bronze medals.

Craig has also served as the head coach of the Tri-County Thunder team in the Junior Elite League (JUEL)–Canada’s top league for high school aged girls–for the past three years. With Craig at the helm, the Thunder recorded a JUEL runner up finish in 2013-14 before winning the league title in 2014-15. There he was selected as the JUEL “Coach of the Year” for each of the last two seasons.

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Coach Craig always encouraged me to push my limits and strive for greatness.

— Emma Cherwinski, PGC Grad

Dustin Aubert

Dustin Aubert is currently the Head Coach of Solano Community College (California) Men’s Basketball team. He received his Masters in Kinesiology with an emphasis on coaching while being a. graduate assistant for the men’s basketball team at Long Beach State University where he assists in player development and analytical stat tracking.

Dustin’s playing career includes four years at Dixon High School (CA), where he was named a CVC all-conference player. He then attended Solano College for two years earning the starting point guard spot as a freshman and was named a captain his sophomore season. He was named to the Bay Valley Conference all-academic team and was awarded the Solano College Kinesiology Academic Student of the Year award. Dustin received his associates degree in May 2012, from Solano College in Kinesiology/Sports Medicine.

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Working out with Coach Aubert has really helped me on and off the court. He pushes you to be better than you were the day before, and I can really see that I have become a better player since working with him. More than anything he really cares about you as a person, and will do anything in his power to help you succeed and get to where you want to be.

– Jay Nagle, current UCSB basketball player

Edward LeBlanc

Edward has been a PGC Director for the past 6 years and has led thousands of players through PGC courses. Edward is a leading skills trainer, having worked with middle school, high school, college, and professional players, including WNBA and NBA players.

Edward works with coaches of all levels focusing on skill development, coaching development and adapting team concepts to personnel. He also speaks at clinics and camps nationwide, and has helped write basketball curriculum for several different entities. Edward LeBlanc currently lives in Portland, Oregon, were he has owned and operated a skill development business for the last 15 years.

Coach Ed helped me not only helped me improve and change my game but he always changed my outlook at life. He was by far the greatest instructor I’ve ever been with and this camp will always hold a special place in my heart.

– Kylie Morrison, PGC Grad

Graham Maxwell

Graham Maxwell serves as Assistant Coach at Emmanuel College. In 2019, Graham was named as a top collegiate coach on the NABC Under Armour 30-Under-30 Team. During his playing career, Graham was a part of the 2009 NCCAA National Championship team as well as the 2012 Conference Tournament Championship team. Graham was a 2x All-Region athlete and holds the most wins recorded as an athlete in Emmanuel College history.

Prior to serving as a first-year PGC Director in 2013, Graham had been ingrained with the PGC culture for many years. Graham had the opportunity to play for PGC Director TJ Rosene at Emmanuel College between 2008-2012.

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Graham is the most genuinely caring coach I have ever met; not only about the players skill set, but more importantly their day to day character and walk with Christ. Graham was the youngest and most eager to learn coach I’ve ever had, therefore he was always able to guide me through the progressions of college basketball and life because he had just recently endured the same.

– Zach Lillie, former Emmanuel College basketball player

Kyle Koszuta

Kyle Koszuta’s playing career includes four years at Niceville High School where he was named team captain, 5A daily news player of the year, and 3rd team all state. Kyle accepted a Division I scholarship to the University of Louisiana at Monroe, where he competed against the highest level of competition, including Kansas, Ohio State, and Oklahoma. He finished his final two seasons at Rollins College in Orlando, Florida. As a senior, Kyle helped lead the team to a top 25 national ranking and a NCAA tournament at-large bid. He was an all academic selection all four years in college.

Kyle had his first experience with PGC in 2010, when he attended the Point Guard College session led by Chad Songy. Kyle was a PGC instructor for five years and has trained athletes across 15 states and two continents.

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Kyle has an infectious energy and unique ability to connect with players. He constantly communicated “the why” behind the what and consistently challenged my son Drew to get outside his comfort zone — while keeping it fun at the same time. Drew left sessions with Kyle energized to implement what he learned, and confident for his upcoming tryouts.

– Chuck Malani, father of Drew Malani

Lili Thompson

Lili spent her college career playing and loving basketball at two of the nations top universities: Stanford University (2013-2016) and the University of Notre Dame (2017/2018). At Stanford, Lili enjoyed success as a team captain, All-Pac 12 Freshman team selection, two-time All-Pac 12 team selection, and two-time ESPN Player of the Week. In her three-year tenure, her Stanford teams attended the Sweet 16, Elite 8, and Final Four. They also snapped UConn’s 47-game winning streak in 2014. In Lili’s junior year, she became the programs 36th 1,000-point scorer.

At Notre Dame, Lili enjoyed her short tenure as a graduate student-transfer, leading the team in assists per game before her season ended with an ACL tear to her right knee. Her ACL rehab and recovery is the next challenge that she’s meeting head-on with the same attitude that she approached the basketball court with.

Lili was a great trainer and mentor. Getting to work one on one with her helped me improve more quickly and it boosted my confidence.

– Abby W. (family asked not to share the last name)

Marke Freeman

Marke Freeman led the Northern Illinois Huskies in scoring at 18.8 points, five rebounds, four assists, and 2.5 steals per game. Marke received All-Mid-American Conference honors for the second straight season after finishing in the top 10 in the league in six different categories. That year, the Springfield, Illinois, native became only the third player ever from NIU to average at least 14.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals for her career joining two WNBA veterans while being ranked nationally in NCAA Division I in scoring 18.4 (21st), three pointers made per game 2.4 (14th) and steals per game 2.5 (6th). Marke is an accomplished TV Broadcaster and just published her first book: Champions’ Creed

After graduating from NIU, Freeman went on to play professionally with Tecza of Leszno, Poland, where she had an opportunity to compete against some of the best professional women’s basketball players in the world. At just 5’5”, she averaged 14 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals, earning her Rookie of the Year honors and a spot on the PLKK All-Star team. Following her successful professional career, Marke joined the University of Missouri – Kansas City division I women’s basketball program, honing her coaching skills under the tutelage of her college coach.

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Marke’s impact on me as a player but more importantly as a person has been monumental. From PGC camps to many 1-on-1 phone conversations, Marke helped me take the adverse situations I was facing in basketball and life and use that adversity and uncomfortableness to grow. Marke found a way to take what PGC teaches and use her own experience along with her unique personality, enthusiasm, and ability to connect with others to help me not only see what I am capable of but to actually pursue that version of myself. Statistics could show you I’m a better basketball player since having met Marke, but the intangible impact she’s had on me as a leader and person can’t be quantified.

– Sarah Bohn, Current basketball player at Army

Matt McLeod

Matt McLeod recently finished his third year as the head coach at Casady High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. During the 2019-20 season, Matt led the Cyclones to the most wins in school history (26), breaking the mark they had set the previous year. In all, Matt had been a head coach in Texas and Oklahoma high schools for 10+ years, where he has amassed over 300 total wins and was recognized three times as the Texas Outstanding Coach of the Year by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.

Matt’s last two seasons in Texas were spent at The Covenant Preparatory School (Kingwood, Texas), where the program has amassed a record of 62-15, including a district championship and a 2016-17 Final Four appearance.

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Robby Bostain

Robby Bostain played professionally in Holland for four seasons and in Israel for three seasons. In Holland, his team won the National Championship in 2010 and National Cup in 2011. He was named to the All-Star team three years in a row. He is currently the owner of Level 10 Basketball, a team and individual improvement business in Bakersfield, California.

Robby grew up in Lilburn, Georgia, and played collegiate basketball at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. During his career, he was named three times to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll and two times to the All-Conference Team. Robby finished his career with 1,399 points (19th in school history), 365 assist (7th), and 176 steals (5th). He graduated in 2007 with a degree in health and exercise science.

Vera Jo Bustos

Vera Jo Bustos coached five years at the University of New Mexico and two years at Western State Colorado University. Vera Jo was inducted into the Adams State Hall of fame in September 2019. She is one of the youngest inductees in Adams State history. VJ just published her first book: A Mindful Journey

She spent the 2011-12 season playing professional basketball in Thessaloniki, Greece, for Apollon Kalamarias. She averaged 11.2 points and 5 rebounds as a rookie in the top league of Greece. Previously, Bustos was a stand-out player at Adams State from 2007-11. During her time in Alamosa, Colorado, Bustos not only became the school’s all-time scoring leader with 1,859 points, but she also became the school’s all-time leader in minutes played (3,805) and games started (105). In her four years, Bustos averaged 17.5 points per game and set records for most points in a game (36), most 3-pointers in a game (8) and most points in a half (27).

As a graduate of West Las Vegas High School, Vera Jo Bustos was a standout and commonly known throughout the state of New Mexico, where she was a 3-time Athlete of the Year selection. She still owns the school record for points (2,098), rebounds (935), assists (536), steals (331) and games started (125).

I am writing in appreciation for the time you spent in the PGC 1-on-1 mentoring program with my daughter Kendall Harris. Her time with you meant a lot to her. She didn’t want to share much with my wife and me because she said “this is my thing, Dad”, but I can certainly tell that she was impacted.

Kendall took all the trainings very seriously and was always eager to meet with you. She has improved her skills – in particularly shooting – quite a bit during this pandemic. Your time with her helped enhance her performance and provide motivation to get out in the driveway each day. Confidence (tied to having a terrible mistake response) has been a tremendous issue with her and I hope she can move in a more positive direction towards her goal of having a successful next 3 years in high school, with hopes of playing in college.

Thank you for serving Kendall this past month,

— Mike Harris, Parent

Rudy Bentley Jr.

Rudy Bentley played college basketball at Carroll University and Beloit College. Known as a great penetrator and creator for his teammates, Rudy was in the top four in Assists Per Game every year in their conference. A two-time PGC graduate, entering college Rudy was determined to become not just a good shooter, but a great shooter.

During his undergraduate playing career, Rudy began player development and training for some local high school athletes, discovering personal satisfaction in the growth of other players. At the end of his playing career, Rudy became an assistant basketball coach at Lakeland University, then followed the head coach to a new position at Wisconsin Lutheran College.

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Rudy Bentley Jr. has been a mentor, trainer, and like another big brother to me for as long as I can remember. He’s assisted me the past few years in skills on and off the court that have helped me propel myself to a career playing basketball overseas. He’s such a selfless person and always makes time to work with me, even though sometimes I know I can be hard to work with. Any question I have regarding anything on and off the court I know he can provide some valuable insight or words that can positively contribute to my way of thinking or my basketball game.

– Emmanuel Oby, professional basketball player, England