Kent Culuko has been involved with basketball his whole life. He graduated from Mahwah HS (’91), where he won two state championships and is the 2nd All-Time Leading Scorer in Bergen County history with 2780 career points. Kent played and graduated from Division 1 James Madison University where he had 1702 career points and 320 career made three point shots. He has participated in three NBA camps, once with the Cleveland Cavaliers and twice with the New Jersey Nets. In 1997 he was the last cut of the Nets. Kent most recently played in Argentina in 1999, and has played in Finland, Bulgaria, South Africa, and Germany's pro leagues. His most recent accomplishment was being selected to The Bergen Record newspaper's 1st Team "All Century". Kent currently has the top basketball skills training business in Northern New Jersey and trains some of the top Grade School, Middle School, High School, College, and Overseas/NBA players in the country.
Stephen heo (future)
Future played basketball for Wayne Valley High School, and currently is attending college at William Paterson College. Kent recruited Future after meeting him at the Wayne PAL, and was impressed by his hard work ethic, and dedication to improving his overall basketball game. Future is a tenacious all around worker on the court, through his defense, intensity and hustle.
Ben Allen was named All Country in basketball and baseball from Paramus Catholic High School. He attended Bloomfield College on a basketball and baseball scholarship, and later transferred to Ramapo College where he was captain of the first basketball team in Ramapo history to win a NJAC Championship. Ben has been a trainer with IYB for 5 years, and is one of the most versatile players on the court for his size. He is the prototypical Power Point Forward. Be it passing, dribbling, rebounding, defending, or scoring, Ben has all the corners covered in his game, and can help you develop them in yours.