I wanted to take a minute and express to you how impressed I am with your program at PGC! My son just came home from a week at PGC and the changes I see in him are remarkable! I’m certainly thankful for the basketball skills he gained from your school, but more importantly, the life lessons that he has learned and is now implementing are what matter to me the most. He has not stopped talking about being an “A player”, changing his “approach”, work ethic, ways he wants to develop and lead others, and “leaving things better than he found them”. I feel that Cam has taken a huge step in his life towards bettering himself as a young man. Brad, thank you again for the impact you have had on him and I look forward to him continuing to grow with you as he continues his PGC experience throughout the years.
— Trent Presley, Parent of PGC Grad
Coach Brad, I recently attended PGC Playmaker College and I just wanted to personally thank you and the staff for creating a valuable learning experience and environment for me and the other students. I really appreciate the time and effort you put in to make me a better basketball player and person. I was around people who take the mental part of basketball as seriously as I do. I’ve been to a lot of camps, from my local school one to Coach K’s at Duke University, and some were good, some weren’t, but they all had one general thing in common. If they did any coaching or teaching at all, they only taught the ‘what.’ PGC is a league above other camps. PGC teaches HOW to do it. PGC opened my eyes more than anything else had. I feel like I can take the concepts I learned and use them to become the top 10%, the top 1%. I feel like if I do that, I will succeed, and not just in basketball, but in everything I do.”
— Will Thorley, PGC Grad
Beyond the information itself, the way in which the information was delivered was excellent. Brad truly demonstrated the fruit of the Spirit (love, joy, peace patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control).
— Amy Shandy, Observing Coach
Brad is currently in his 6th year as Head Coach at Oshkosh North High School (WI), after 18 years as Associate Head Coach. His teams played in the Wisconsin State Semi-Finals in 2009, 2012 and 2013. In 2018, he won the program’s first Wisconsin State Championship grabbing a school record 27 wins along the way.
Mentorship is a centerpiece of Brad’s being. He has the privilege of being mentored by two Hall of Fame coaches as well as helping mentor young players to excel at the varsity, collegiate, international and professional levels. Most notably is his continued relationship coaching and teaching Team USA gold medaltist and NBA All-Star Tyrese Haliburton (Indiana Pacers).
Brad uses his unique experiences as sources for examples, specific drills, and approaches in his PGC sessions. He has had the privilege of attending NBA coaches’ meetings, practices, and 1 on 1 meetings with high level college coaches (D1, D2, D3), as well as running training sessions with professional athletes.
Brad Weber has been involved with PGC since 2003; having attended multiple sessions as an Observing Coach and serving as a Basket Instructor before becoming a Director in 2015.
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"Unbelievable basketball and character education...will recommend to all my players!!"
- Tony Hasenour
"PGC Grad School led by director Brad was extremely worth my time and energy. Of course there were times when I was tired and zoned out, but with the energy my director brought I was able to push through and gain tons of helpful information."
- Khameron Harvey
"As a coach of 30 years, this is the best camp/clinic I have attended. Thank you for a great experience. The energy is contagious. I will use this with my class and in my classroom."
- Denis Gauthier
"Beyond my expectations! I had heard 'you just need to go to understand how transformative PGC is!' I know understand how true that it!"
- Natalie Stokes