Mastering Your Shot Selections with Kayla Wellsby Kayla Wells
Do you receive the ball in good situations but struggle to gain separation from defenders? Are you inconsistent with your shooting from medium to long range? Then you need to check out my course.
I demonstrate drills and techniques to allow you to become a consistent sharpshooter from all areas of the court. I will walk you through what I do from the moment the ball is in play, to the moment it leaves my hands.
This will be done by focusing on:
- Creativity to gain a yard of space from a defender to get your shot off
- Shooting and technique from different areas
- Understanding screens and how to maximize their outcomes
- How to incorporate time pressure into your practice shooting
If you want to start leading your team for points then you need to book my course. Let’s get to work!
Kayla Wells began her career at South Grand Prairie High School in Texas where she was noted as an “on the rise player” by Dan Olson of espnW HoopGurlz. As a 4 Star recruit ranked No. 26 at guard she chose to attend Texas A&M and during her freshman year earned the team’s Sixth Man Award after playing in 33 games, starting two, leading the Aggie bench in scoring and rebounds. In her sophomore campaign, Wells progressed her game to average and started all 34 games, averaging 15.1 points and 3.3 rebounds per game. Started all 30 games of her junior season... Led the team in three point field goal percentage (41.5%) and free throw percentage (78.4%)… Scored in double digits in five straight games from Dec. 1 to Dec. 15. In her senior year with the Aggies, she was named in the Cheryl Miller Award preseason watch list… Selected in a vote of SEC coaches as a member of the preseason All-SEC Second-Team.Joined the 1,000-point club on Nov. 25, 2020 against Lamar, and now has 1,321 career points
- Joined the 1,000-point club on Nov. 25, 2020 against Lamar, and now has 1,321 career points
- Is the all-time leader in career 3-point field goal percentage (36.9%) at A&M
- Selected to the preseason All-SEC second team in the 2020-21 season, also appearing on the Cheryl Miller Award watch list
- Was the most-improved scorer in the Southeastern Conference, raising her average from 2.8 in 2017-18 to 15.1 points per game in 2018-19
- Hit the game-winning shot with 5.3 seconds left against Auburn, sending A&M to the SEC Tournament Semifinals
- Her 28 points against Auburn in 2019 are the most by a Texas A&M player in an SEC Tournament game since joining the league in 2012-13
- Four-star recruit who ranked as the No. 26 guard and No. 86 prospect in the 2017 signing class