Summer Collection

Great Players Are Made... Not Born!

Knollwood Church

1501 Knollwood Drive

(Off Grelot Rd)

Mobile, AL 36609

(251) 509-2700

KNOLLWOOD CHURCH     

 1501 KNOLLWOOD DRIVE

(OFF GRELOT RD)  

MOBILE, AL 36609

(251) 509-2700

Ronnie Arrow's Basketball Skills Camp

Sunday 3:00 - 5:00 (Grades 7-12) $20

Monday 5:30 - 6:30 (Grades 7-9) $20

Monday 6:30 - 8:00 (Grades 10-12) $25

Tues/Thurs 5:30 - 6:30 (Grades 3-6) $20

Tues/Thurs 6:30 - 8:00 (Grades 7-12) $25

ADVANCED CLASS

Ball handling, drop steps, jump shots, combination moves... our older students practice it all.  The goal is to take each player to a new level, a place that distinguishes them from the competition.  This only happens from time spent in the Classroom!

SOLID BEGINNINGS

Too many younger players make the mistake of ignoring the fundamentals.  Don't be one of them! Here, our Rookies (grades 2-6) are working on their quick passes and "change of direction" skills.   

NEVER TOO YOUNG

Hard to believe that this young ballplayer is only 2 years old!  He certainly has a great handle... and an even better work ethic!

A few times each year, we take the Ronnie Arrow Basketball Skills Camp on the road. 

Great turnout recently in Conroe, Texas.

Whether Alabama or Texas, if you attend, we can help develop your basketball skills.


Two of the best, Nya Valentine and Elsie Harris, had the opportunity to represent us - and all of Alabama - at the prestigious John Lucas Basketball Skills Camp.  Great job ladies!

The first scholarship awarded to one of my Classroom students, was to ‘Q’ Wilson. He was headed to a very average junior college in Louisiana. We helped him secure  a scholarship to a top 20 Juco, Moberly JC in Missouri.  Both years there, they finished in the top 20 with one trip to the National Tournament. "Q" then got a full scholarship to McNeese State where he led the Southland Conference in rebounding before heading to Southeast Missouri State. Good things happen to good people that work hard. Great story... and it all started in The Classroom! 

The best local ballplayers in their age group Nya Valentine (10th Grade, McGill HS) and Z Loftin (8th Grade, Faith Academy) know the importance of strengthening their game by working hard in the Classroom! 


School is back in session!


I just got back from spending time in Conroe, Texas and I continue to be impressed with how much talent there is in the area and how hard the students were willing to work.


It's nice to see that there are some really good ballplayers being developed in both Alabama and Texas.


Remember,  great players aren't born... they're made! 

Summer is the best time to be in the Classroom!


I just got back from spending time in Conroe, Texas and I continue to be impressed with how much talent there is in the area and how hard the students were willing to work.


It's nice to see that there are some really good ballplayers being developed in both Alabama and Texas.


Remember,  great players aren't born... they're made! 


A typical night in the Classroom...