Walter Payton 2020 shooting guard Jabari Chiphe is a 6’4” two guard that can play with the best shooting guards in the country. He is a coach’s dream.
Jabari has developed a great game IQ and he handles the ball well, giving him the ability to play some point guard. His great athleticism allows him to finish at the rim as well as being a great rebounder.
Areas of opportunity for Jabari’s advancement are as follows:
- develop his shooting to become more efficient and effective;
- continue to develop his strength.
All and all, Jabari is a “must see” player.
IMPACT ELITE MOVE CAMP Why be good when you can be Great! This camp is for high intermediate players and above players that want to improve their game, for grade 5th -12th , girls and boys This is a progressive camp and highly recommend registering for bothSessions if possible to help increase your player Skill-Set.…
Article in Austin Weekly News February 17, 2016 By Michael Romain Editor I grew up in North Lawndale. I was a statistic. “said James Foster, 59, and a head coach with IMPACT (short for Individuals Making Positive Alternative Choices Together ) basketball. The organization comprises a series of AAU (short for Amateur Athletic Union) and…
Article from Community Works – Success of all Youth – March 21, 2018 By CASSANDRA WEST Contributing Reporter Teacher, coach or neighbor, kids who connect find stronger path All kids need just one person who wants to find out what their dream is in life and then help them get there. Frances Kraft remembers hearing that sentence…
Basketball can help your boys and girls promote confidence and excellence both on the court and in the classroom. Confidence and excellence are skills that provide improved maturity & discipline as well as promote leadership skills that will last a lifetime. Basketball Teams are available in Spring/Summer and Fall Sessions. Throughout the year we offer…
An Impact Player in the Spotlight!
An IMPACT Player in the Spotlight!
Making a Difference, Winning Western’s First Conference Championship in History