Ryan attended Ashwaubenon High School where he was a 2x Conference Player of the Year and All-State in basketball and football. He was recruited by Wisconsin legend, Dick Bennett, to play at Green Bay where he was part of two NCAA Tournament Teams. In Ryan's senior season he was ranked #4 in the nation for Div. 1 3pt shooting percentage (49.1%). Professionally, Ryan played on several Athletes In Action teams that competed against top ranked Div.1 teams and against National and Professional teams overseas. He also played in the SBL in Australia where he led his team in scoring at 24 ppg and led his team to the championship game and was selected to the league's all-star team. Ryan is one of the most sought after shooting coaches in the state and has worked with over 30,000 kids in the past 15 years.
Individual Shooting Instruction with Coach Ryan
Duration: 30 minutes
Days/Times: Starting 11/2
Monday's at 5:30, 6:00, 6:30, and 7:00
These 30 minute sessions are shooting analysis and instruction sessions in which we will use video to break down your mechanics and identify areas of improvement with drills to work on specific things. It is recommended that if you are a Driveway member, that you book a shooting cage for right after your session to work on the things identified during the session. If you are not a member, you can purchase a 30 minute shooting cage session separately. This is not required, just recommended so you can work on things while they are fresh in your mind. When You Register make sure to select “Shooting Instruction 1 on 1 with Ryan”
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Taulvish McCray is a Neenah High School graduate, and he was a member of the football team and basketball team, which made it to the State Championship game in 2014. After graduating, he attended UW-La Crosse and played on the basketball team for four years. He earned Honorable Mention All-Conference and was a two-time selection to the All-Defensive team. Taulvish has one Conference Championship in the WIAC, and he led his team to the DIII National Tournament for just the second time in school history.
Kyle Monroe is a graduate of Ashwaubenon High School, where he was a 2x conference player of the year, 2x all state, and the all time leading scorer, as well as an all state football player. After graduating, Kyle attended Michigan Tech and was a four year starter for the basketball team. He was a 4 year All-Conference player, 2x division two All-American, Conference Player of the Year, and holds scoring records for most points in a game, season, and career at Michigan Tech as well as the GLIAC conference. Kyle lead his team to a GLIAC conference championship his senior year, as well as an NCAA DII tournament appearance.
Cody attended West De Pere High School where he earned Bay Conference Player of Year and All-State honors in Basketball. He lead Phantoms to back to back state appearances in 2014 and 2015 and finished his career as West De Peres All-Time leading scorer. After high school Cody attended San Jose State for 2 years and was part of a true freshmen group which contributed 43.5 percent of SJSU’s scoring, which finished second in the country to Kentucky. Cody then transferred to UW-Green Bay to finish his career. He helped contribute to a post season CIT tournament run in 2019 where the Phoenix finished runner-up in the tournament. In his final season he helped the Phoenix finish 3rd in the Horizon League Conference and the Phoenix made it to the semi-finals of the conference tournament.