Confidence in his own abilities lead to Mike Creppy’s employment with the Worcester Wolves who play in the British Basketball League. Currently, Mike is playing more than 20 minutes per game in his first professional season averaging 11.7ppg (shooting an impressive 40.8% from three) and 4.2apg. Before playing professionally, Creppy played at James Blake High School in Silver Spring, Maryland and then Cal-Riverside in the Big West Conference.
Rob Robinson, a product of Oxon Hill High School and Robert Morris University, currently is leading his team in points, rebounds, steals, and blocks. Rob plays for Coocoon Baskets Weiden who are based in Weiden, Germany. Rob was able to get a job thanks to his stellar play in the December 28th, 2010 exposure camp at the Capital Sports Complex (the old “Run and Shoot”) in District Heights, Maryland.
Todd “Kojak” McCoy
A graduate of John Bartram High School, located in Philadelphia, and of Indiana State University (Missouri Valley Conference), Kojak has played for Al Bireh Club in Ramallah, Palestine.
Maurice Wood honed his skills on a powerful John Bartram High School (Philadelphia, PA) team. He then led historical Wiley College (Marshall, Texas) to a number of successful seasons. Maurice played briefly with Irish powers Tolka Rovers and Dublin Business School and as compensation for his basketball talents, Maurice received free tuition from Dublin Business School to pursue an advanced degree in counseling.
Brayden Billbe learned the game from famed Mercer Island High School basketball coach Ed Pepple. Brayden moved from Mercer Island to Washington, DC and American University. His professional career has included stints in the NBA’s Development League with the Springfield Armor; in Istanbul, Turkey with FMV Isikspor; in Shiga, Japan with the Lakestars; and in Svedborg, Denmark with the Rabbits. Brayden currently plays with Irish powers Tolka Rovers and Dublin Business School. Brayden also will receive free tuition from Dublin Business School toward an advanced degree in finance during the 2010-2011 season.
Aaron Jagoda, demonstrated his commitment to basketball and skill as a player in a pick up game near Atlanta, Georgia. Due to his stellar play that weekend, Aaron obtained a roster spot on Head Coach Aaron Galletta‘s Lasell Lasers in Newton, MA. Currently Jagoda has impressed his coaches and teammates with his outstanding work ethic.
Chris Sumner began his career by being selected to the Washington Post‘s All-Met Honorable Mention Team. After that esteemed honor, Coach Chris, as he is widely known, started games for Mount St. Mary’s and coach Jim Phelan. After stints in Belfast, Northern Ireland and Cyprus with PeacePlayers International, Coach Chris completed the 2009-2010 season as a player for North Star in Derry and as a coach for David Cullen‘s Crossover Basketball.
A product of Harvard-Westlake School, Ed played two years at Yale University. He then played for the Belfast Tropics in Belfast, Northern Ireland, for 09′-10′ season.
After playing for Woodberry Forest, and The Hun School of Princeton (NJ), Nate lead Bentley College to the Division 2 Final Four in 2008. He then spent a year working out in California and subsequently powered through the Irish SuperLeague before leading Orthodox Ramallah Club (ORC) to a successful season.
A former University of Maryland Women’s Basketball manager, Abby coached the championship winning Berman Hebrew Academy Cougars in Rockville, MD in the 09′-10′ season.