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"Little Legends" Private/Small Group Training Details


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By popular request, we offer private and small group training in addition to our league-wide clinics.  The private and small group training allows for more focused training. 

How it Works

Get your group of players together (or just your child for personal training) and use the "Register Now" button and fill out the Private/Small Group Registration.  Once paid, you will schedule your most convenient time and location with what is available.  You will also directly schedule with your trainer for the most flexibility.  Each session is one hour.

Costs

Costs are very reasonable, and below most other training costs in the area.  We offer training in 5-packs, and it is based on the number of participants:

1 Player:     $50/session ($250 per player)

2 Players:   $30/session ($150 per player)
3 Players:   $25/session ($125 per player)
4 Players:   $20/session ($100 per player)

24 hour cancelation policy.  If our trainer goes to the session and you have not canceled in time, it will count as one of the sessions.


Legends Trainers


Our private and small group trainers have outstanding basketball knowledge and first-hand college or high school experience.  Most are players who still actively play competitively in our adult Legends program in our most advanced divisions.  Your child will easily relate to our terrific coaches and learn a great deal from them.  They will also be coaching a youth team in the fall.

You may request any of our great coaches below:


Steve Bryant


 
Steve is originally from Chicago IL. where he played High School Basketball for William Howard Taft. He won the Chicago League Association Championship and was named MVP - Most Valuable Point Guard.  Steve also served in the United States Air Force where he played basketball for the traveling Air Force Basketball team. RAF Alconbury.  He received a contract to play in the British Baskeball League with London United in 1987. 

He has coached in the Northern VA area for the last 9 years for the Black Top Youth League, AAU Team Manassas Monarchs, and Manassas Boys and Girls Club where his team won the 13-14 yr. age group Championship.


 


 

Jessica Johnson




Jess has played in Legends for many seasons and has coached Little Legends teams as well as coached the league-wide clinic.  Full bio coming soon.

 


DeWayne Nelson



DeWayne was raised in Falls Church, Virginia and played basketball for J.E.B Stuart High School at the Varsity Level. He also played recreational basketball at George Mason University while working towards his College degree. He is an active participant in the Legends basketball league, where he has played in both the "A" and "Elite" divisions over the past 6 years. He has been named "Legend of the Week".   He is also active in the Prince William County Basketball League as well as the USA Today Co-ed basketball league.  He has coached and trained players in competitive basketball since 2000. He is currently coach for the Annandale Boys and Girls club and "Little Legends". In the past, he has coached teams in both McLean and Arlington.  DeWayne has helped mold and shape players of all ages, ranging from Kindergarten to High School.  When he is not coaching or playing basketball himself, he is typically found court side at his children's games. He coaches his son, JR, on the Annandale Boys and Girls Club 1st grade team and his daughter, Caileigh, has played competitively in AAU basketball since 2007. DeWayne has been a critical supporter for his kids and their growth in the game of basketball.

 


Amanda Blevins

 


Amanda was raised in Vienna, VA and graduated from George Mason University in 2011.  She has played basketball since she was 7 and played for James Madison High School as well as the Vienna Youth League (VYI). She has recreationally played throughout college and currently plays in the Legends league, Fairfax Athletics league, and the Nzone league. She has coached VYI basketball for the past 3 years and has won the championship 2 of the 3 years.

 


Philippe Figueroa



Philippe is originally from the New York/ New Jersey area where he played High school Basketball for Indian Hills. The positions that he played were Small forward, Power forward and Center. Philippe served in the United States Marine Corps where he played for his Battalion team and travel team. When injured Philippe was an assistant Coach to the Battalion team. He has been coaching the last year and a half for the Girls CYA Fairfax league which were the runners-up in the 9-10 year old girls.


 


 

Rachel Martin

 


Rachel played in the Legends League this past summer for the first time.  She recently graduated from The University of Mary Washington where she played collegiate basketball for four years. She co-captained the team to their best record in school history in her senior year with a 30-1 record. During that year her team made it to the Elite 8 of the NCAA tournament and won the conference championship. She played varsity all four years in high school at Bishop Ireton where they went to the independent state tournament. Before high school, she played on very successful AAU teams.  She has coached many fall and summer league high school teams as well as summer camps. Rachel is also a fitness instructor and plans on joining the coaching staff at Langley High School. 


 


 


Michael Myles



Michael is originally from Edmond Oklahoma, where he played his High School Basketball for Edmond Memorial High. During his high school career he won several awards, i.e. First team All-Conference, Second team All-State, Marines Athlete of the Year, Daily Oklahoman Player of the week. While playing at Edmond Memorial he assisted his high school coach coaching school age youth (6-13) during summer league basketball camp. After graduation in 1989 Michael went on to play college ball at Rose State in Midwest City, Oklahoma before transferring to Oklahoma State University in 1991. He also served in the U.S. Army which allowed him to travel around the world playing basketball at different levels.
Michael has been actively coaching youth basketball for twenty-one years, starting as a Physical Education major at Oklahoma State. His team, Fort Belvoir Heat (9-12,) recently won the league championship 2012. He led the Heat to the WYMAC (Washington Youth Military Association Conference) championship game. Coach Myles has coached at various levels, Buena High School Varsity Basketball, Sierra Vista Youth Basketball, Fort Belvoir Youth Sports, Fort Buchanan Post team, San Juan, PR and SV Ballers AAU.