Ball Beyond's Aaron Johnson travels to Arizona to get in some good work with Arizona Wildcat guard, Brandon Randolph.
All-American and former Duke Blue Devil, Cam Reddish, puts in work with Ball Beyond trainer Aaron Johnson.
Our preseason skill clinics will work on your overall fundamentals as well as mentally prepare you for your tryouts by changing the way you think, train and prepare! Each week we will have a training session, as well as, a competitive 3-on-3 session. We will focus on a different aspect of skill development and concept each week to really give each athlete an opportunity to progress over our 6-8 week program.
Who? Boys & girls, ages 9-16
When? September 11 - November 1
How? (registration cost)
8 Weeks (16 sessions): $400
6 Weeks (12 sessions): $350
Congrats to Aaron Johnson on winning the 2018 Rumph Classic Championship. There are lots of men and women teaching basketball to the youth, but you continue to back up your training methods with on-court successes. Ball Beyond is proud of the hard work you put in. #workhardstayhumble #ballbeyond
The Rumph Classic provides education and funding to fight heart disease with the goal to #SavetheNextBrightStar.
Shipley star, Anna Camden has committed to play college ball at Penn State. We couldn't be more proud of you, Anna.
Penn State is an amazing place and you are going to elevate that program to a new level. #weare
Tonight was an exciting night for 60 young men. Lives were changed. Young men became celebrities overnight.
But what you won't see — as these men walk up on that stage to shake Adam Silver's hand — are the countless hours they put in behind the scenes.
These young men are blessed with abnormal size. Uncanny strength. And elite athleticism. But they are also programmed with a drive to be great.
Tonight, we celebrate the rare success achieved by Mohamed Bamba and Mikal Bridges.
Ball Beyond has worked with McDonald's All-Americans, NBA players, and European superstars. Mo and Mikal are two of the more special athletes we have met. Because they are great people. They are joining the most talented league on the planet, and they will be successful because of their ambition.
We can't take credit for their achievements. There are countless other family members, coaches, teachers, and trainers that helped Mo and Mikal make it to this point. But we are proud to be a part of that success story.
When we started this organization, our goal was to help young men grow. A lot of the boys and girls we work with come from humble beginnings. Seeing them elevate their lives — and the lives of their loved ones — is what it's all about.
The basketball industry can be extremely tough on these kids. Agents, brands, and AAU teams do their best to turn kids into businesses at a very young age. There are a lot of people pulling them in different directions, filled with bad intentions. We are proud of the work we do to make a difference in their lives on and off the court.
Seeing the smiles on the faces of Mo, Mikal, and their family members tonight reminds us why we put in all the long hours. We push these athletes to their limits, but they push us back. We make each other better with every workout, every conversation, and every achievement.
Congrats, Mo. Congrats, Mikal. You represent all the unseen hard work that young athletes across this country are putting in every day.
You are why we do it.
Mikal has already accomplished so much in his basketball career, but today is another special day. The Suns are getting a humble, hard-working, and exceptionally skilled young man. Couldn't be happier for you, Mikal!
Couldn't be happier to hear Mo's name called on Thursday night. The Magic are getting a great guy, a fierce competitor, and a rare talent. Can't wait to continue watching your dreams come true, Mo.
Top talent, Trey Patterson, puts in work with Ball Beyond trainer Aaron Johnson.
Top high school talents, Khalif Battle and Trey Patterson, put in work with Ball Beyond trainer Aaron Johnson.
Stepping off the hardwood for a minute, Ball Beyond was recently honored with two Telly Awards for out "Sixers Night" video.
We are proud of the hard work we do and are honored to be recognized with —not one — but two prestigious video awards:
- Silver Telly Award for Branded Content - General Sports
- Silver Telly Award for Branded Content - Craft Editing
Shout out to our Creative Director, Kyle Kostesich, who oversaw the shoot, and Sharpshot Media, who captured and edited the event beautifully.
Top talent, Cliff Omoruyi, trains with Ball Beyond trainer Aaron Johnson.
Duke commit, Cameron Reddish, continues to push himself with Ball Beyond trainer Aaron Johnson.
Ball Beyond's Aaron Johnson works out with top prospect and LSU commit, Naz Reid.
Take part in the most competitive league around. Ball Beyond Summer League registration is now open for all athletes, ages 9-15.
Two National Championships in three years is pretty damn good. We're excited to see how Mikal continues to grow in the next phase of his basketball journey. Congrats, Mikal!
Thanks to all who participated! We had a great time, and watched an amazing basketball game.