TEAM PROGRESS 

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Team Progress is a comprehensive youth basketball program designed to provide a platform for players to develop under elite-level coaching instruction while testing their talents against the highest level of competition for their respective age groups.
 
Our teams are broken down into the different levels listed below:

Progress: Grades 3rd - 5th

  • Local Development Teams

  • Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring

  • Two Practices Per Week + Weekly Skill Development Sessions

  • Weekly League Play + 2-3 Tournaments – Local Only

  • Cost Estimate: $1000​​

Progress Select: Grades 5th - 8th

  • Elite Tournament Teams

  • Offered: Year-Round – Fall, Winter, Spring/Summer

  • Two Practices Per Week + Weekly Skill Development Sessions

  • 5-6 Tournaments – Local & Regional: OR & WA

  • Cost Estimate: $1000 + Travel Fees (If Applicable)

Progress Select: Grades 9th - 11th

  • Local Tournament Teams

  • Offered: Spring Only (March - May)

  • Two Practices Per Week + Weekly Skill Development Sessions

  • 5-6 Tournaments – Local & Regional: OR & WA

  • Other Events: Exposure Camp Opportunities, Elite Camps at Select Universities

  • Cost Estimate: $1000 + Travel Fees (If Applicable)

Progress Elite: Grades 9th - 12th

  • Elite Exposure Tournament Travel Teams

  • Offered: Spring & Summer (March - July)

  • Two Practices Per Week + Weekly Skill Development Sessions

  • 7-8 Tournaments – Local & Regional: OR, WA, CA, ID, UT, CO, NV, AZ

  • Other Events: Exposure Camp Opportunities, Elite Camps at Select Universities

  • Cost Estimate: $1800 + Travel Fees (Summer Only: $850 + Travel Fees)

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OVERVIEW

Team Progress is a year-round competitive basketball program that offers both boys & girls teams for grades 3rd through 8th, with our elite level tournament teams being offered for grades 6th through 12th. We are all about development and teaching! Our main goal is not to see how many youth championships we can win, but to develop & teach players how to play the game of basketball properly while helping put players in the best position possible for the next step towards their futures. Most importantly we strive to use the game of basketball as a vehicle to teach the game of life while building high character people that can make a positive impact on & off the court.

COACHING

At Team Progress we pride ourselves on being able to offer high-quality instruction from coaches with high-level playing experience and/or elite coaching experience. Our focus is to teach, inspire & help players reach their highest potential. We ask the same of our coaches' as we do of our players, which is to constantly strive to learn and grow daily in the game of basketball—and to be high character people striving to make a positive impact in the lives of others as well as being leaders in the community. All of our coaches are both NCAA Certified and USA Basketball Certified Licensed coaches and have passed extensive background checks.

ACADEMICS

We feel that it is our responsibility to help prepare our players for the next level of their lives both on and off the court. Sports imitate life, and aside from being a necessity for playing basketball at the high school and collegiate levels, we believe that academics are essential in helping create a strong foundation for our futures. So, in order to set the standard early, we have academic requirements in our program for all ages. In order to be a part of our program, we require that all players carry a minimum GPA of 2.5 or higher. Failure to do so will result in the player losing playing time and/or missing games until there is a proper plan in place for the player to get back on track academically. We will be doing frequent grade checks throughout each season to make sure players stay on top of their school work.

COLLEGE RECRUITMENT CONSULTING

Alongside player development, college recruitment exposure is one of our main focuses for our older players. Coaches can't recruit what they don't see! For players who aspire to play beyond high school, a big part of getting recruited by Colleges & Universities is playing in elite-level exposure tournaments and succeeding. However, we don't rely solely on success in exposure tournaments as being the only way for our players to be scouted by coaches. We provide resources to help with the college recruiting process & market our players to schools of all levels year-round. By no means can we guarantee a scholarship or placement, but our goal is to help as many players as possible find opportunities at the college level.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

We believe that it is our duty to be a strong positive staple in the community. It is a privilege to be able to play the game of basketball & not everyone is fortunate enough to have the opportunities that we have within our program. We want everyone in our program to be able to fully understand that privilege, so with that, we will be having different events during each season where we will be giving back to the less fortunate within our community, that our players will be required to attend.

PLAYING TIME

As a competitive program, playing time is not always guaranteed to be equal. Our goal as a program is to be able to provide every player with meaningful minutes, however, that is not always possible due to circumstances within the game, and ultimately the coaches will decide which minutes the player will (or will not) receive. We will not have conversations with parents about playing time, however, we can discuss how and what your child can improve on.

CODE OF ETHICS

In order for us to keep a positive environment and culture, all players, coaches & parents will be required to adhere to a strict code of conduct. Both parents & players will also be required to sign a code of conduct contract. Failure to sign and/or comply with the contract can result in removal from participation in team activities immediately. Review the full code of ethics contract here.

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 TEAM COACHES

 

Donnie Harrison-Davis

  • College: University of Pacific (NCAA D3)

  • Professional: U.S.

  • Coaching Ex: AAU Club

Jesus Exiquio

  • College: San Diego Mesa College (JUCO)

  • Coaching Ex: AAU Club, High School

Justin Lott

  • College: University of California Riverside (NCAA D1)

  • Professional: U.S., Mexico

  • Coaching Ex: AAU Club, High School, Junior College,

Orlando Williams

  • College: University of Oregon (NCAA D1)

  • Professional: U.S., Australia

  • Coaching Ex: AAU Club, NBA

Reed Brown

  • College: Whitworth University (NCAA D3)

  • Coaching Ex: AAU Club

Ty Macon

  • College: University of South Alabama (NCAA D1)

  • Professional: U.S., Europe, Africa, Australia, Latin America

  • Coaching Ex: AAU Club, High School, Australia

 

 TEAM PROGRESS CALENDAR 

SPRING | SUMMER

Grades: 9U, 10U/11U

  • April 23-24: The Spring Madness Session 3 - Location: Portland, OR

  • April 30-May 1: The Spring Madness Uprising - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 14-15: West Coast Spring Showcase - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 21-22: Beat The Heat - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 28-30: Memorial Day Championships - Location: Portland, OR

Grade: 12U

  • April 23-24: The Spring Madness Session 3 - Location: Portland, OR

  • April 30-May 1: The Spring Madness Uprising - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 14-15: Hoop Spring Classic - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 21-22: Beat The Heat - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 28-30: Memorial Day Championships - Location: Portland, OR

Grade: 13U

  • April 23-24: The Spring Madness Session 3 - Location: Portland, OR

  • April 30-May 1: The Spring Madness Uprising - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 14-15: Hoop Spring Classic - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 21-22: Beat The Heat - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 28-30: Memorial Day Championships - Location: Portland, OR

  • June 10-12: Rose City Showcase - Location: Portland, OR

Grade: 14U

  • April 8-10: Hoop Circuit Spring Regionals - Location: Seattle, WA

  • April 23-24: The Spring Madness Session 3 - Location: Portland, OR

  • April 30-May 1: The Spring Madness Uprising - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 14-15: Hoop Spring Classic - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 21-22: Beat The Heat - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 28-30: Memorial Day Championships - Location: Portland, OR

Grade: 14U - Travel

Prep Hoops Circuit Member​

  • April 8-10: Hoop Circuit Spring Regionals - Location: Seattle, WA

  • April 15-17: Lonestar State Showdown - Location: Dallas, TX (Prep Hoops)

  • April 30-May 1: The Spring Madness Uprising - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 6-8: Battle at The Lakes - Location: Minneapolis, MN (Prep Hoops)

  • May 14-15: West Coast Spring Showcase - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 28-30: Memorial Day Championships - Location: Portland, OR

  • June 3-5: JNGC Northwest Regionals - Location: Portland, OR (Jr. NBA Qualifier)

  • July 1-3: Prep Hoops Next National Championships - Location: Kansas City, MO (Prep Hoops)

High School: 15U & 16U

  • April 23-24: The Spring Madness Session 3 - Location: Portland, OR

  • April 30-May 1: The Spring Madness Uprising - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 14-15: Hoop Spring Classic - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 21-22: Beat The Heat - Location: Portland, OR

  • May 28-30: Memorial Day Championships - Location: Portland, OR

High School: 16U - Travel

Prep Hoops & West Coast Elite Grassroots XL Circuit Member​

  • April 8-10: Hoop Circuit Spring Regionals - Location: Seattle, WA (Hoop Circuit - Live)

  • April 22-24: West Coast Elite Spring Classic - Location: Los Angeles, CA (Grassroots XL - Live)

  • May 13-15: West Coast Clash - Location: Centralia, WA (Prep Hoops)

  • May 27-29: Hustle Region Memorial Clasic - Location: Portland, OR (Prep Hoops)

  • July 1-2: Pangos All-West Exposure Camp - Location: Long Beach, CA

  • July 7-10: West Coast Elite Summer Classic - Location: Los Angeles, CA (Grassroots XL - Live)

  • July 15-17: Hustle Region Finals - Location: Los Angeles, CA (Prep Hoops)

  • July 21-24: Las Vegas Classic - Location: Las Vegas, NV (Grassroots XL - Live)

High School: 17U/18U - Travel

Prep Hoops & West Coast Elite Grassroots XL Circuit Member​

  • April 8-10: Hoop Circuit Spring Regionals - Location: Seattle, WA (Hoop Circuit - Live)

  • April 22-24: West Coast Elite Spring Classic - Location: Los Angeles, CA (Grassroots XL - Live)

  • May 13-15: West Coast Clash - Location: Centralia, WA (Prep Hoops)

  • May 27-29: Hustle Region Memorial Clasic - Location: Portland, OR (Prep Hoops)

  • July 1-2: Pangos All-West Exposure Camp - Location: Long Beach, CA

  • July 7-10: West Coast Elite Summer Classic - Location: Los Angeles, CA (Grassroots XL - Live)

  • July 15-17: Hustle Region Finals - Location: Los Angeles, CA (Prep Hoops)

  • July 21-24: Las Vegas Classic - Location: Las Vegas, NV (Grassroots XL - Live)


Dates highlighted in Red = Possible scheduling options
*Schedule changes may be made depending on circumstance or roster talent level*

 

 TRYOUT INFORMATION 

SUMMER '22

Middle School: Grades 8th (Travel Teams Only)

  • Date: June 1st

  • Time: 4:30 - 6:00p

  • Location: 14523 SW Millikan Way # 110, Beaverton, OR 97005

High School: Grades: 9-12th (Travel Teams Only)

  • Date: June 1st

  • Time: 6:00 - 7:30p

  • Location: 14523 SW Millikan Way # 110, Beaverton, OR 97005