Becoming a Dominant Hybrid Player with Tre Mitchellby Tre Mitchell
In basketball, new trends emerge that give advantages to players and teams. Being a hybrid forward that can tick every box is definitely one. In this course, I will teach you how you can equip yourself with the skills to DOMINATE the court as a hybrid forward.
To do this, we will cover:
- Optimal warmup to target all aspects of our workout
- Techniques to drive in from the posts
- Concepts to allow you to dominate screens
- Ball handling drills
- Creating separation to get off shots
A hybrid forward is dangerous as we can hurt our opposition in several ways. This all starts in practice. If you want to start taking over games then you need to check out my course!
Tre Mitchell began his career at Elizabeth Forward High School in Pennsylvania before transferring to Woodstock Academy in Connecticut his junior year. Mitchell led his team to the National Prep Quarterfinals his senior year of high school while averaging 166 points per game and 13.5 rebounds. As a 4 Star recruit he chose to attend UMASS and during his freshman year averaged 17.7 points per game and 7.2 rebounds. In his sophomore campaign, Mitchell progressed his game to average 18.8 points per game while maintaining his 7.2 rebound average.
After being selected to the All Atlantic 10 First Team, Mitchell decided last offseason to transfer to the University of Texas for his junior year where he expected to be a key contributor as a hybrid forward.
Awards and Honors
- 2019-2020 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year
- Atlantic 10 Second Team
- Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team
- Six-time Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week
- Finished 56th in the NCAA with 206 field goals
- In High School earned Connecticut Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year in 2019 and was a Four-star recruit according to Rivals and ESPN
- 2 Time Hoophall Classic Most Valuable Player