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De La Salle's Troy Nisby Chosen New Orleans metro area
small schools male Player of the Week I The Times Picayune January 2015


Troy Nisby has been training with Unlimited Skills' Coach Ivan Jasper since the age of 7 and into his high school years.


Both Nisby's father and Jasper are extremely proud of Nisby's major skill gains. Nisby's father says his son is becoming "unstoppable". "Troy surely shattered his glass ceiling. He's no longer passive. Troy is free of fear and thats why he is player of the week," says Jasper.

Asken Stamm nets 15 points as Rummel downs Lutcher, 57-51 I The Times Picayune December 2014


Archbishop Rummel High School's small forward Asken Stamm was a key player in Tuesday night's victory over Lutcher High School. Asken Stamm has been working with Unlimited Skills trainers for two years. He also played on the Louisianna Primetime Select AAU team.  Asken is currently finishing his sophmore year at Rummel. 


"What I can say about Asken is that he has raw talent that gets better and better every year!" -Ivan Jasper

Loyola offers 2017 Country Day point-guard Romin Williams I The Times Picayune August 2014


At age 7, Romin Williams began training with Unlimited Skills Co-Founder and trainer Ivan Jasper.


"It was obvious early on that his tremendous dedication paired with his natural abilities would make him a standout player" says Jasper.


The 15 year old 5-foot-9 sophmore recieved his very first offer to play college basketball at Loyola University New Orleans. Williams and his family were thrilled to hear about the offer from the presigious jesuit insitution located in his hometown.