Coach Forrest is a small-business owner (Max Performance Fitness & Personal Training) here in Georgetown, Texas. He has coached with the Georgetown Jammers for the past few years. Teams have played both recreational as well as select summer leagues.
Over the years he has served as a coach for Pop Warner and flag football teams in Georgetown. As part of his regular work he designs workout plans and practice sessions for athletes and non-athletes, both boys and girls. Each summer he host a speed and agility camp for 2nd – 12th grade and a weight lifting program for 8th -12th grade boys. During the fall season, he runs basketball camp clinics in advance of the season to prepare the kids with fundamentals.
Charles has his education as well as experience playing high school and college sports. He played college football at East Central in Ada, Oklahoma as well as high school football, ran track and was a competitive weightlifter at Stroud High School (Stroud, Oklahoma).
Coach Forrest believes playing aggressive defense and working hard on the fundamentals of basketball. The base for player development.
Coach Tre is in his second season with Jammers after a successful first year coaching our 14u team.
DeOntre obtained his B.S. in Health Promotion while working as a personal trainer as an undergraduate at Emporia State University. Emporia State then hired him as the Head Strength and Conditioning coach for mens basketball and skills development for freshmen players and guards.
In 2015 coach Tre took a position with the University of Kansas as Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach for football and track.
He is currently the Assistant Fitness Director for Ultra Fitness at Lake Creek Fitness Connection.
After a successful 2017 year with the organization, Coach Tre is excited about this season and looks forward to developing his young guys into great basketball players and even better young men.
Coach James Rogers is in his second year with Jammers as a leader of the JV and Varsity teams.
Coach James garnered All State/Conference honors as part of the Bryan High School "Blue Majic" team while averaging 19 points and 11 boards a game. He continued his basketball career at Mesabi Community College and Mount Scenario College averaging 29 and 35 points and winning an NAIA National Championship.
After college Coach James played for Round Rock Jaguars and Austin Cyclones leading the team with a 41 point average.
Coach James is married to his best friend Tamara and has 4 children Bria, Amelia, Elijah-James and Zion. His goal is to teach kids the game of basketball and watch them blossom into great players and and human beings.
"I don't teach position players, I teach basketball players who play positions."