Lockport Township HS
1323 East 7th Street
Lockport, IL 60441
To be determined.
Lunch and Snacks
Picture with Richaun
Richaun Holmes is an American professional basketball player for the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA. He played college basketball for the Bowling Green Falcons where he was named to multiple All-Mid-American Conference teams. Holmes is the son of two Doctors of Divinity who run a Chicago-area church. In high school, Holmes grew from a 6’2″ guard into a 6’9″ forward, but did not receive any Division I college basketball scholarship offers until he had already committed to playing for Moraine Valley Community College. In his only season at Moraine Valley, Holmes averaged 19.3 points, 9.3 rebounds and 5.2 blocks per game. After earning junior college All-American honors, Holmes transferred to Bowling Green University. After three successful seasons at Bowling Green, Richaun was drafted with the 37th overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers.
Clinton grew up playing basketball in London, Ontario where he was regarded as one of the top players in his area and quickly gained recognition as one of the top players in the province. After high school he attended Brock University (CIS) and Gannon University (NCAA DII) for a year each. He then attended Carleton University (CIS) where he won three (3) CIS National Championships as a player. He has been a professional player for the past three (3) seasons. Clinton has been training with No Limit Performance for the past three (3) years and has been a No Limit Performance trainer for the past year.
David Dortch grew up on the west side of Chicago and has been in and around Basketball since 1987. He goes by the Nickname Coach D, is a certified trainer that has coached park district Basketball and has a very prestigious AAU Basketball organization in Illinois. He also has been working as a personal basketball trainer to many high level athletes since 2011.