Sat. 9/16 - Sun. 9/17
7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Community Event
Join everyone at Canton McKinley Downtown Campus
521 Tuscarawas St W
Canton, OH
44702
USA
Questions? 5615417674

The 1st annual PostWork™ post skills boys seminar was created in favor of post players to learn the lost fundamentals of being an inside player. inspired by the "Pete Newell Big Man Camp"

This is the beginning of many other factions of specialty clinics.

ABOUT:


ADRIAN HILL

A former Canton Mckinley All-Ohio standout who eventually played 5 years for Rutgers University in the then Big East. Although undergoing 4 reconstructive knee surgeries during his college tenure, Adrian played professional basketball overseas in 6 different countries for 9 years until retiring in 2016. Having returned to Ohio he has decided to use his knowledge of basketball to focus on the development of young athletes thus G.A.W.D BODY was created.

Owner | Creator | Trainer | Power Forward/Center at Rutgers University & Professionally Overseas


FRANK RUSSELL

A North Carolina native, Frank started his college career at Hampton University before transferring to Rutgers University his junior year. Subsequently, he ventured on to play 5 years of professional basketball in Europe in countries such as Spain, Germany, Romania and the Czech Republic. Now living in Florida, he is a pharmaceutical medicine and equipment distributor.

Staff | Power Forward/Center at Rutgers University & Professionally Overseas

WILL CAUDLE

Will Caudle was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana and was an Indiana Basketball All-Star. After FOUR elite 8 championship titles with Xavier University, he played for the Atlanta Hawks summer league and played 8 years for various countries including Japan, Turkey, and Argentina. After moving to Columbus Ohio, he started mentoring youth with felonies and misdemeanours and recently started his own business with ItWorks Global promoting green and healthy products.

Staff | Center at Xavier University & Professionally Overseas

NATE GERWIG

Originally from Pittsburgh PA, Nate played at Kent State for 5 years, followed by a short stint with the Mad Ants in the D-League. After his time in the D-League he ventured over to Europe where he played a few seasons in Germany, where he seriously injured his knee. After his knee injury he played a few more seasons in Germany before he eventually retired.

Staff | Power Forward/Center at Kent State & Professionally Overseas

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