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• By fax: 407-916-2971
• By mail: Magic Basketball Camps, 8701 Maitland Summit Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32810


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In participating in an Orlando Magic Youth Basketball program, rest assured that you or your child will be working with some of the area’s best coaches. Below are just a few of the men and women who are eager to share their expertise with you.

Abena Bosia Plays semi-professionally in Orlando; Asst. Coach at West Oaks Academy; Played collegiately at University of West Florida
Adam Waldo Plays professionally overseas; Played collegiately at Belmont University
Andrew Teal Trainer at the National Basketball Academy; Head JV Coach at Lake Brantley High School
Diane Clark Head Coach at The Masters Academy; Played collegiately at University of Central Florida
Donnie Arey NBA Clinician; Asst. Coach at Warner University; Played collegiately at Georgia Southern University
Donovan Redden Trainer at the National Basketball Academy; Played semi-pro in the ABA/CBA and collegiately at Nova Southeastern University
Jack Lutzeier Florida Region Director at the National Basketball Academy; Played collegiately at Lake Erie College and McCook Community College
Maurice Young Arena Football League; played collegiately at Middle Tennessee State; State of Florida Slam Dunk Champion


Check out just some of the players who have passed through our camps and have gone on to succeed at the highest levels.

Austin Rivers New Orleans Hornets; Played collegiately at Duke University; 2011 McDonald’s All-American
Chandler Parsons Dallas Mavericks; Played collegiately at University of Florida; 2011 SEC Player of the Year
Chris Johnson NFL Pro Bowl running back for the Tennessee Titans; 2009 Offensive Player of the Year; East Carolina University
Darius Washington Chicago Bulls; San Antonio Spurs, Austin Torros (NBDL); University of Memphis (Freshman All-American)
Jeremiah Rivers Played collegiately at University of Indiana and Georgetown University
Marquis Daniels Milwaukee Bucks; Boston Celtics; Indiana Pacers; Dallas Mavericks; Played collegiately at Auburn
Mike Williams Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans, Oakland Raiders and Detroit Lions (WR); University of South California (All-American)
Nick Calethas Memphis Grizzles; Played professionally overseas; 2009 Minnesota Timberwolves Draft Pick; University of Florida (SEC Freshman of the Year)
Tarence Kinsey Cleveland Cavaliers; Memphis Grizzles; University of South Carolina (two-time NIT Champion)
Misc. Scores of D1, D2, D3, JUCO and NAIA college basketball players