RADD basketball is proud to announce we are offering a (Fifth Year) Post Graduate Men’s Basketball Program that provides student-athletes with an additional “gap” year to boost their recruiting opportunities by competing against other top Prep, NJCAA, NAIA, and NCAA JV opponents without affecting their eligibility to play college basketball. As the landscape of basketball recruiting continues to be affected due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this season’s prep players stand to benefit more than any other year in prep history. Without the opportunity to play AAU basketball, attend exposure events, and/or be seen by college coaches, an additional year of development and playing against top competition in the country can only benefit a player looking to achieve his personal athletic goals. The post-grad program runs for 8 months, with a full 35-45 game schedule, and will play in the Florida Sun basketball conference, along with several showcases and tournaments.
Accepting classes 2018 to 2021
PROGRAM COACH - SHAWN FLOYD
The RADD Post-Grad team will be coached by Shawn Floyd, Floyd is a retired Army Combat Veteran with 21+ years of military service. Coach Floyd’s playing experience includes one year of college basketball at Fort Valley State University prior to joining the US Army in 1995. During his time in the Army, Coach Floyd played military basketball at various military installations for seven years. While stationed in Seoul, Korea Coach Floyd also played two years of club (semi-pro) basketball for the Seoul Knights.
Coach Floyd’s coaching experience spans over 12 years. In which he has served as a personal trainer and assistant football and basketball coach at multiple levels that include I-9, Upward, Middle School, High School, and AAU basketball for seven years in Kansas, Missouri, and Florida. Since 2016, Coach Floyd has served as the Head Coach of the MacDill Air Force Base Patriots Military Basketball Team and the Director and Head Coach of the Tampa Patriots Post Graduate Basketball Team in the Tampa Bay Area.