"Hi LaVon, I’m Joe and I noticed your playing & coaching background and wanted to talk to you about your experience! I actually run a service in the Atlanta area that connects local youths with ex-college/pro basketball players for private…"
LaVon C. Mercer, a Georgia native. LaVon was born in Collins Georgia and choose sports at very young age. LaVon was recruited by numerous colleges and universities though he choose to attend the University of Georgia and played there during the years of 1976 until 1980 for the University of Georgia Bulldogs. LaVon was ranked in the top of his class academically as well as athletically. After his collegiate career LaVon spent one season in Italy and fourteen years in Israel. LaVon is recognized as a SEC “South Eastern Conference” and Israeli legend.
Through the years of 1980to the present, he has served on several youth committees in the city of Atlanta, Georgia and internationally. The most noted presently is the Friendship games. LaVon was and still is one of the most noted sports figures throughout Europe.
You can LaVon’s entire Bio at www.lavonmercer.org or Google: LaVon Mercer.
I’m Joe and I noticed your playing & coaching background and wanted to talk to you about your experience! I actually run a service in the Atlanta area that connects local youths with ex-college/pro basketball players for private lessons and was wondering if you would be interested in the opportunity. It’s a premium service which allows us to compensate our coaches very well and it’s a great way to give back to the community.
If not, could you help me connect with basketball players in the Atlanta area who played in college/professionally? Hope to hear back from you, thanks! Joe
Hello Coach,I would like your professional opinion, I have been coaching high school girl’s varsity the pass 3yrs and I have 3 underclassmen that are being highly recruited. But recently, I was offered a volunteer position at a D3 school to be assistant women’s coach. My goal is to become a college coach, would it be a better move to college now or stay in high school until these players finish up?