Juwan Staten played for the WVU basketball program from 2012 through 2014 and will hold his second-consecutive skills camp in Morgantown in late July.
Staten’s camp will be held on July 29 and 30 at Morgantown High School, with a full schedule planned for the two-day event. From fast-break drills and 3-on-3, to guest speakers and student-athlete development, Staten will hit on all aspects of being a basketball player.
While playing for Bob Huggins, the Dayton, Ohio native averaged 13.4 points, 4.6 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game. His best campaign came as a junior, leading the team in points per game (18.1), assists per game (5.8) and steals per game (1.2); his 5.6 rebounds were second on the team to only Devin Williams.
This is the type of production and approach to the game Staten would like to pass along to the youth.
“I’ve had the pleasure of training and playing alongside some of the best players to ever play this game and I would like to extend my knowledge of the game to you!”
What’s Staten been up to since graduating from West Virginia University? This past season he was shaking defenders in Finland for the Salon Vilpas squad. Check out his highlight tape below!
For an entire overview of Staten’s skills camp, go here. I’ll leave you with a quote from the former Mountaineers page, written in bold letters it reads, “Amateurs practice until they get it right. Pros practice until they can’t get it wrong!”