Lead Basketball Trainer, Terrance Jones

Coach Jones has over 22 years of basketball experience as a player, coach and player development instructor. Coach Jones has always been a student of the game. As a child, he didn’t start playing basketball until the age of 14. With little help from coaches or relatives (Coach Jones’ Uncle played for the New York Knicks), he taught himself how to play the game of basketball by watching games on television and tapes on basketball teachings of various coaches. In high school he was one of the top players in his high school history (ranked 14th in the state). He later went to UTSA to become at team captain as a sophomore. After UTSA coach Jones still had the desire to play the game of basketball. After playing in Europe and a short stint in Mexico, he decided that playing basketball wasn’t a passion, developing players.

Coach Jones went on to pursue his passion for developing players and became director of basketball operations at Home Court America in San Antonio. As Director of Basketball Operations, Coach Jones was responsible for developing new programs along with maintaining and increasing the quality of the existing basketball structure. Later he had the opportunity of becoming an assistant coach at a Division 1 university. At as a college coach, he was extremely instrumental in player development.

Coach Jones is very unique in the aspect of working with different age groups. For some coaches, it is very difficult for them to coach and develop youth and also have the same success with developing college level players and professional players. He works well with all age groups and is very successful with them.

Currently, Coach Jones is the founder and lead skills director of Ultimate Champions Basketball Academy and National Camp Director for Nike Sports Camps.

Camp Director, Basketball – Everett White

Coach White has helped coach the San Antonio Spurs basketball camps and the Antonio Daniel’s Basketball Camps in San Antonio, Texas.

As part of Hoop Camp ministries, Coach White directed camps in San Antonio, Texas for 10 years. He also directed Hoop Camps in Nairobi, Kenya and Luanda,  Angola Africa. For the past 2 years, Coach White has directed Nike camps in the San Antonio area and coached at the University of Texas at Austin basketball camps during the summers.  This year, as Assistant Coach for Varsity Girls’ basketball at Madison High School in Houston, Texas, Coach White helped coach the team to their first District Championship since 2008.

Camp Director, Basketball – Tommy Hines

Coach Hines has been a high school coach for more than 20 years. He has coached more than ten Division 1 athletes throughout his coaching career. He led his high school to a championship in 2004.



Camp Director, Basketball – Raymond Briggs

Coach Briggs has been active at all levels in the San Antonio basketball community for over a decade. As a native of the state of Kansas Coach Briggs moved to San Antonio in 2001 to play basketball for the University of Texas San Antonio on a full athletic scholarship.

“I was blessed to have been on and around a lot of great coaches and teams who were #1 in the state during high school, to playing college ball at every level; Junior College, Division II, and Division I; and a year of Pro Ball in Mexico.  Being a great teammate, competitor,  and hard worker is what I enjoyed the most and always knew that I wanted to give back all of the things that I learned from playing that helped make me a better player and person.”

He has always had a passion in working with youth through sports and upon graduating in 2004 with a degree in Sociology he has continued to pursue his passion in using basketball as a vehicle to develop young people for success.

Having experience in all levels of player and team development from beginners all the way to scholarship athletes and pro’s his message of using basketball to develop youth has been recognized by hundreds of players and families over the years.

Camp Director, Volleyball – Lisa Lancaster

After a successful high school career in volleyball, basketball, track & field, and cross country, Coach Lancaster turned her eye toward the physical education and coaching world. Lancaster received her degree in Kinesiology from Texas A&M International University in 2013 while playing volleyball for the Division II Texas A&M International Dustdevils. Since graduating she has coached volleyball at Progreso High School, Lyford High School, LRD Elite Volleyball Club, and South Texas Juniors Volleyball Club.

Camp Director, Baseball – Juan Estevan Vasquez

Coach Vasquez is a dedicated, results-oriented educator and athletic coach committed to providing a well-balanced, supportive and engaging learning environment. He has advanced understanding of organizational and student needs with diligent attention to detail. Coach Vasquez is an effective problem solver able to develop and implement unique processes and solutions. Coach Vasquez is the current Athletic Director/Physical Education Teacher/Head Football Coach/Head Baseball Coach at The Atonement Academy. Coach Vasquez has a Doctorate of Education and Master of Science in Secondary Education from Texas A&M University.

Camp Director, Soccer – Diego Garcia

Coach Garcia has extensive experience as a soccer player and as a coach. He studied and coached in Holland, England, and Spain while observing multiple top youth clubs in both training and tournament play. Coach Garcia is dedicated to teaching techniques, tactics, physical, and psychological components of soccer. He also pushes his players to be observant, imaginative, communicative, and to persevere. Coach Diego continues to learn from the best in soccer in order to pass this knowledge along to his students.