Posted by OC Hoops on February 09, 2018 at 12:43:45:
In Reply to: Re: Servite - Highly Disciplined? posted by Coaches on February 09, 2018 at 12:01:34:
: : : : What do you expect, for some reason, a lot of
: : : : the Servite students are very immature, ever
: : : : been to a Loyola game,the boys are very mature
: : : : acting for high schoolers, but give Servite
: : : : a break I think it's the last game for them
: : : : as they don't have a .500 record?
: : : Go get Reynolds from VP
: : : Boyce at Edison
: : : Harrison @ Canyon
: : Reynolds has had a ton of success and does attract talent. Based on evaluating his team's effort this year with multiple transfers I don't think he has the energy to rebuild the Servite program.
: : I think it is highly unlikely that a current AD/Coach in Boyce or teacher/coach in Harrison would leave the security of their public school income and retirement to take over at Servite. Both successful coaches, but there is no advantage for them to leave and take on the monumental task of rebuilding the Servite program.
: Who has been able to attract transfers like those three who might be able to do well?
Attracting transfers is what the league will do for a quality coach. What the school needs is a coach that can build a program, develop talent, hire and/or train good coaches, understand how to communicate with parents, and understand how to promote the program in the basketball community. IF you are going to play the transfer game, it won't work. See the Derrick Taylor example at Bosco. A quality coach will get transfers because good players want to play in this league against the best competition. Parents want their kids to have the best opportunity to play at the next level. The league will attract talent. It is up to the Trinity League coach to build a program worth playing for. Boyce and Harrison are these type of guys, but I don't see them leaving their present situation.
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