Shamet graduated from Park Hill in 2015 and was a DiRenna Finalist for the top Kansas City high school player. Shamet grew up and developed with the AAU program through graduation.
Shamet went on to star at Wichita State, averaging 15 ppg and 5.2 assists before being selected as the 26th overall pick in the first round of the 2018 NBA Draft by Philadelphia.
Shamet averaged nearly 11 ppg in his rookie season, finishing with the Los Angeles Clippers. Shamet was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.
"The staff and coaches invest in the culture and development of good young men who become successful in more than just basketball. They don't allow guys to be able to play unless their grades are up to par, and uphold good character off the court. The organization care about the successes of each individual and maximizing their potential."
"The staff helps each individual get scholarships, regardless if Division I or a walk-on. They help each player get opportunities to schools they want to go to, and are ultimately able to pursue their career of choice."
"Anyone can be an AAU coach, but it takes a special culture and group of coaches and staff to develop young people and prepare them for life beyond basketball."