SCHEDULE: 2017 DMVelite Freshman Showcase

DMVelite Freshman Showcase –
Event Schedule
 
September 10, 2017
Bowie City Gymnasium, 4100 Northview Drive, Bowie MD 20716
(Schedule and Game Rules Below)

12:30pm -2:00 PM
Registration
• Table 1: Sign-in and info/payment verification
• Table 2: Get jersey/Team Assignment
• Headshots
• Wing Span measurement

1:30 PM
Coaches’ Meeting
 
2:00 PM
Introduction
Group Photo
 
2:15 PM
Stretch/Warm ups
Led by strength & conditioning trainer, Tobe Stephens, Enhanced Training
Champions
 
2:30PM
Rookie Drill Session
Station 1 Defense Emphasis
Station 2 Offense Emphasis
Station 3 Shooting – Dribbling Emphasis
Station 4 Strength & Conditioning
Each station will provide a 10 minute workout.
Coaches will provide a total of 40 minutes workout expressing the fundamentals
of team offense, team defense, scoring and facilitating.
 
3:15 PM
Water Break
 
3:20 PM
Game Set 1
Team Black vs. Team White (Court 1)
Team Red vs. Team Navy (Court 2)
Team Gray & Green attend Personal Enrichment Seminar by Blake Bozeman*

3:50 PM
Game Set 2
Team Green vs. Team Gray (Court 1)
Team Black vs. Team Navy (Court 2)
Team White & Red attend Personal Enrichment Seminar by Blake Bozeman*

4:20 PM
Game Set 3
Team White vs. Team Green (Court 1)
Team Red vs. Team Gray (Court 2)
Team Black & Navy attend Personal Enrichment Seminar by Blake Bozeman*

4:50 PM
Game Set 4
Team Black vs. Team White (Court 1)
Team Green vs. Team Navy (Court 2)

5:20 PM
Game Set 5
Team Red vs. Team Black (Court 1)
Team Gray vs. Team White (Court 2)

5:50 PM
Game Set 6
Team Green vs. Team Red (Court 1)
Team Navy vs. Team Gray (Court 2)

Game Rules
• 24 minutes per game.
• Two 12-min running clock halves.
• Clock stops with 1 minute left in the half
• 2 min halftime.
• 1 time out.
• Shooting fouls = 1 FT
• 1-and-1 starts above 10 team fouls
• Coaches expected to distribute playing time mostly evenly, whether by full
5-man line changes or by individual substitutions
 
Camp Coaches
Team Red - Angelo Hernandez, Wilson High School
Team Red - Jamal Harris, TTO
Team Black - Rob Garner, Wise High School
Team Black - Brian Jamison, Atholton High School
Team White - Will Maynard, Southern High School
Team White - O.J. Wilson, Riverdale Baptist
Team Gray - Malcolm Battle, Cesar Chavez
Team Gray - Marcus Chester, Good Counsel
Team Navy - Jamal Shivers, DMVelite
Team Navy - Mark Edwards, TTO
Team Green - Torrence Oxendine, Laurel High School
 
Coaches/Spectators
Brian Smith, Bowie High School
Rodney Ward, Largo High School
Spencer Way, Gwynn Park
Ali Foster, McKinley Tech
Calvin Seldon, Rock Creek
Chris Rhone, Virginia Academy

*Blake Bozeman, a budding coach at the grassroots level, currently helps develop players within the DC Blue Devils organization and St Mary’s Parish of Annapolis. He 
wasted no time transitioning roles, as he is only two years removed from Division I college ball, where he was a standout combo guard at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD.

Bozeman began playing at an early age, competing nationally with renowned programs DC Assault & Paul VI Catholic, where he enjoyed a tremendous amount of team & individual success. From the youth levels through high school, Bozeman earned a reputation as an elite shooter with a high basketball IQ. Seeking an opportunity to expand his game, Bozeman traveled to Solebury Prep in Pennsylvania, where he continued to excel on and off the court and improve as an overall player.

Bozeman began his college career in 2011, and faced natural challenges to the faster, stronger, collegiate play. Fortunately however, he was well prepared for the demands of being a student-athlete and tackled his academics head on, earning honors recognition early on. With determination and initiative, Bozeman began to see parallel successes on & off the court, eventually becoming a 4-year starter and appearing in two conference championship games.

In his senior season Blake transitioned into a scoring role, where he experienced a doubling of his scoring average, & a career high 25 points, including a number of 20+pt games against the likes of Virginia Tech, Saint Mary’s, Northern Iowa, and University of Houston to name a few. He was awarded All-Tournament in the CBS Sports Cancun Challenge, and exhibited flashes of a consummate combo guard, with the ability to distribute as well as score the ball.

Bozeman ultimately exemplified what it is to be a scholar athlete having earned a bachelor’s of science in marketing in three years, preceding a master’s degree shortly 
afterwards. Blake Bozeman learned the game under the tutelage of his father, Todd Bozeman, and has become a student of the game with a lot of knowledge to share. His goal is to positively impact the culture of youth athletics, and enlighten players on the importance of being multi-dimensional. He intends to ensure that players are prepared for college, both on and off the court, and consequently prepared for life and a career.

Blake Bozeman
Chief Operations Officer (COO)
SparkC, llc.
“Redefining Organizational Success”
www.sparkcllc.com