The name Ryan Razooky is getting more and more prominent these days with his growing network and number of successful NBA players that are being trained at his Basketball Gym. Ryan developed an understanding of Basketball at an intellectual level from a quite young age of 16. He made his career out of Basketball as an NBA skills trainer. He started with a unique mindset of providing opportunities to the interested youth.
“I started training basketball because I care about the game and I care about the youth. I wanted to give the next generation opportunities I never had and push the game forward,” says Razooky.
At first, Ryan set the goal of training at least 1 player daily. His network grew faster than everyone’s expectations and the main reason for that was Ryan himself. His dedication, motivation, and focus on the individuals made them into Great successful players. Players like Jahzare Jackson and Bryce Griggs got their training from Ryan and got their Professional contracts at the age of 17.
Right now, Ryan is considered one of the best skills trainers in the NBA circle with the ever-growing network. Ryan not only trains professionals in his gym but also has an online academy that teaches thousands of people around the globe. In an effort to provide more for his city Ryan hosted multiple basketball camps with NBA skills trainers Drew Hanlen, Jordan Lawley, Devin Williams, Ganon Baker, Cody Toppert in San Diego.
One of our biggest successes for Ryan Razooky was helping Mark Ogden Jr sign an NBA contract after he wasn’t good enough to play high school ball. He played Junior college, D2, and went overseas before he ended up signing an NBA contract and eventually playing with the Atlanta Hawks. Mikey Williams and Johnny O’Bryant also praise Ryan and often train with him.
Ryan Razooky trains athletes not only physically but also trains them mentally to play well in the tensest situations. He won’t be stopping here, he has bigger plans moving forward.
“My short-term goal is that I want to see all my students succeed. However, in the long term, I want to be able to host camps and teach athletes all over the world.”