To be established as the most trusted global leader in educational, professional and personal development by athletes who encounter the ELEVATED experience.
A.A.U SPONSORED ORGANIZATION PROVIDING BASKETBALL SKILLS TRAINING 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
To elevate all athletes to a higher level through MIND, BODY and SKILL development; utilizing innovative technology and proven principles that pioneer success.
The experiences provided through a high quality program gives the athletes an opportunity to compete at a higher level and keeps them motivated to work hard in all areas of their life.
MAURICE A. GREENE, FOUNDER & PRESIDENT OF ELEVATED SPORTS ACADEMY
Maurice A Greene coached Varsity and Junior Varsity boys and girls teams for various high schools from 2005 to 2012 in the state of Virginia. One of the schools, Thomas Jefferson High School, won district title in 2011. Coach Moe also coached Stackhouse Elite AAU team, sponsored by Adidas, for the 14U, 15U and 17U teams respectfully.
Coach Moe has trained professional athletes over the years such as Ben Wallace (Detroit Pistons), Demarre Carroll (Atlanta Hawks & Toronto Raptors Ed Davis (Memphis, Lakers), Junior Burroghs (Celtics), James Johnson (Chicago, Memphis, Toronto) and Shannon Brown (Lakers & Phoenix). There have also been a number of overseas professional training series with players, such as, Kendrick Warren (Korea & CBA), Milton Bell (Argentina & Venezuela), Darius Hargrove (Romania), Chris Moss (China & Korea) and Wayne Wallace (Israel).
Most recently, Coach Moe has trained athletes from Stackhouse Elite: Brandon Ingram (Duke, 2015-16 Freshman), Ahmad Caver (ODU, 2015-16 Freshman), Tobias Howard, Jr (West Oaks Prep School, signed with Western Kentucky University 2016-17), Romello White (Peachtree Ridge, IMG, Wheeler and Signed with GA TECH), Quentin Jackson, Jr (Commit to UNC Charlotte), Eric Hamilton (Wichita State University), Darnell Dunn (Queens University of Charlotte) and Juwan Henderson (Alcorn State University).
Coach Moe was ranked in the state of Ohio in 1991 and received top ten honors in the city of Cleveland, OH. During Coach Moe's senior year in high school he averaged 20 points per game rarely playing in the 4th quarter. Coached Moe played in the North/South All-Star Game in Columbus. After high school Coach Moe started as a freshman at UT Pan American and transferred to Division II powerhouse Virginia Union University. Coach Moe has 3 CIAA championships and played in the Elite Eight in 1996 for Division II schools. After college Coach Moe played basketball professionally in Brazil.
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