Koa Prep (12th-13th)
Koa Prep Basketball
Koa Prep is a basketball school that helps kids get into a better college and extend their playing career. We accomplish this through transformational teaching, total college basketball player preparation and best in class fitness training.
Professional Coaching & Basketball Staff
Head Coach – Maurice Whitehurst
Before we called him “Coach Moe” he attended Frederick Douglass High School where he played Varsity Basketball. His talents and mostly hard work stood out and earned him a spot at PG Community College. He later went onto play at CW Post in New York and helped his squad reach a D II NCAA appearance.
Assistant Coach – Rob Roman
Robert is a DC native that graduated from Walt Whitman High School and grew up in a basketball household. He attended Towson University, and was highly involved on campus in the community and served as the vice president for the Boxing club. Robert began his basketball coaching career in 2011 as head coach at High Road High School and in 2012 served as an assistant JV coach at Bethesda Chevy Chase High School (BCC). During the off-season, Robert took head coaching roles in various summer leagues. In 2013, he began coaching AAU for Adidas Uprising and trained multiple high major student-athletes. He is currently the head basketball coach at Herbert Hoover middle school. To read more, click here.
Assistant Coach – Vincent Mims
Coach Vinny is a Basketball Trainer, Personal Trainer, Basketball Coach and former player. He brings a positive mindset to Koa Prep and an expectation of dedication and discipline. Born in raised in Baltimore, MD (Saint Frances Academy) and went onto graduate from Full Sail University in Orlando, Fl., Coach Vinny always dreamed of being a Basketball Coach, so he started his own AAU Basketball Program in 2015. His niche is helping High School athletes that “fly under the radar” and give them a chance of placement. Coach Vinny brings his knowledge, passion and leadership to Koa with the same goal of placement. I want to not only help these kids reach the next level but help them grow from boys to men while using basketball as a vehicle for success. Coach Vinny joins Koa with 10+ years of experience coaching/training and a lifetime of knowledge of the game of basketball.
Executive Recruiting & Basketball Operations Consultant – Justin Brantley
There was never a season that wasn’t spent on a court, field, etc. As a high school athlete at St. Martin DePorres H.S. (Detroit, MI); I had the pleasure of learning what it took to be a champion and have since applied those principles to every phase of my life. I utilized the sport of football to earn my education (University of Illinois & Howard University) and took the lessons of teamwork, perseverance, and leadership learned between the lines on the field and turned them into standards that I live my life by. After a brief stint in professional football, I transitioned to Coaching & Student Athlete Development and began working with athletes from youth to the professional levels. To read more, click here.
Head of School – Tony Korson
Tony grew up loving and playing sports. His first memory of competitive sports was a 10U club soccer team, he wasn’t the worst player, but definitely bottom third on the team. Fast forward eight years (and a sport change later) there were a dozen division 1 players including the Maryland Gatorade State Player on that squad. He was a late bloomer, Tony did not have any scholarship offers for baseball until late June after he already graduated high school. He accepted an offer to play baseball at UMBC, and transferred to Florida Gulf Coast University after his first year in college. To read more, click here.
Director of Basketball Operations – Evan Sirkey
Evan Sirkey’s basketball experience is robust, a local product, he played for Quince Orchard High School’s team and accumulated an impressive winning percentage as the starting point guard for their varsity squad. Upon graduation in 2010, he attended Towson University studying sports management with a minor in business administration. Evan decided to play and star on the club team at Towson, instead of pursuing full-time college athletics. Upon graduating from Towson he began his coaching career at his alma mater, Quince Orchard High School. He was the assistant coach for the junior varsity and varsity level for two seasons. To read more, click here.
Our Training Facility
Koa’s state of the art indoor training facility opened its doors to the public on January 28th, 2017. It boasts 3 batting cages (which includes- pitching lanes, pitching machine, Hittrax), a full-sized basketball court (including Dr.Dish machine), a full weightroom, and a parent viewing area.
Power Train Sports and Fitness
Power Train Sports & Fitness™ is focused on individual achievement through personalized, results-driven sports performance & fitness training programs. Power Train Sports and Fitness occupies about 3,000 square feet of our brand new Boiling Brook Facility. Offering group classes, boot camps, and personal training for athletes of all levels, Power Train is an excellent resource for Koa athletes. Visit or contact Power Train today.