Owner & Professional Skills Trainer
Isaac was an outstanding high school basketball player at North Decatur High School. He set numerous school records (which you can see below), including leading his team to 2 straight conference titles for the first time in school history. He attended Trine University and Anderson University to play college basketball. He also played overseas one summer in Costa Rica.
Isaac truly cares about helping others and it is something he is passionate about. This is why he excels in coaching, training, and mentoring kids. He wants to see the kids get better as a basketball player, but more importantly become a better person! His main objective in life is to make a positive influence on people's lives.
Runs and Operates Train To Perform Basketball Services
Current Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at IUPUI
IUPUI Director of Men's Basketball Operations (2018)
Adrian College Head Assistant Men's Basketball Coach (2016-2018)
University of Saint Francis Men's Basketball Assistant Coach (2016)
Cathedral High School Assistant Coach (2015-2016)
Athletic Recruiting Consultant (2014-2017)
Founder of Indiana Legends AAU Program (2013-2017)
Director of Basketball Operations Professional ABA Naptown All Stars (Fall 2014)
Anderson University Student Assistant Basketball Coach (2014-2015)
Star High School and College Basketball Player
Records at NDHS- Most points in a season (544), best ppg average in one season (24.7), most three-pointers in one game (10), most three-pointers made in one season (82), most FT made in one game (19), most FT attempted in a season (182), highest scoring average in a career (19.7), and 10th on the all-time scoring list with 847 points in just 2 seasons.
High School Awards- all-conference twice, all-county twice, all sectional twice, two time county scoring champion, two conference championships, 1st in state in three-pointer's made with 82 senior year and 11th in scoring average at 24.7, Decatur County Winter Athlete of the Year, Pacer Player of the Week, Hoosier Hoops Report Player of the Week, East/West All-Star, named Top 100 senior in the state, and invited to the Prestigous Top 60 Workout.
College- played freshman year at Trine University and was named Academic All-Conference. Transferred to Anderson University and was Top 20 in the conference in scoring averaging 11.2 ppg and 7th in three-point percentage at 40%. He was able to study abroad and play basketball in Costa Rica for one summer. While in Costa Rica he played against their professional teams and also helped run a kids basketball clinics.
Professional Elite Skills Trainer & Strength Trainer
DeSean is highly known and the best trainer in Great Indianapolis Area. His role is to instruct and/or improve the skill level, mental toughness, and physical composition of each athlete while assisting them in taking their game to another level and attaining their respective goals. He instills and reiterates life long lessons that extends beyond athletics. He possesses a genuine love for kids and people in general, as well as an unyielding passion for basketball. He has been a skills trainer since 2002, coached AAU since 2005, and played college basketball. He has a unique perspective in knowing what coaches are looking for in players and applies that knowledge into his training. DeSean is also an, Alan Stein, Endorsed Trainer.
Ohio and Second Half Athletes Skills Trainer
Jamar is the CEO and Elite Skills Trainer for Second Half Athletes as well as Assistant Mens Basketball Coach at Cincinnnati Christian University. In 2014-15, Mosley helped guide the Eagles to a third-place finish in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC), which had three teams participating in the postseason. He worked with All-KIAC First Team selection and NCCAA Second Team All American Mitch McLeish. McLeish finished the year in the top 10 for free throw percentage. He averaged 16points and 6 rebounds per game. In his first season as an assistant for the Eagles they defeated five teams ranked in the top 25 NAIA polls. The team earned a trip to postseason play competing in the national NCCAA tournament where they went 2-1 and finishing 5th overall. He specialized in guard development and defense.
Jamar has trained a host of players who have gone on to play at collegiate and professional levels. Several of the athletes he has trained include Angel Rivera (Stetson), Devin Williams (West Virginia University), Anthony McClain (University of Cincinnati Grad), Jaaron Simmons (Ohio), Ahmad Frost (Maryland Eastern Shore) and Elijah Pughsley (Western Carolina Commit).
Along with coaching basketball he wants to help make the world a better place. He mentors children in the greater Cincinnati area and serves as the Director of Communication and Public Affairs for World United Organization (Non-Profit). World United Organization has a mission to make the world aware of it's fixable problem, inspire people to change those problems and to help those less fortunate than most. WUO is now known as Equange