Meet Our Coaches

Ahmed Kabba

Ahmed Kabba (Coach K) was a standout 6A basketball and football player as well as a track star at WestMoore High School in Oklahoma City.
Though he was usually undersized at the center & forward position, as a junior forward, he averaged 12 points, & 8 rebounds. As an undersized Senior Center (6’3) he still managed to average 15 points and 10 rebounds per game. GRAVLEE—Ahmed earned his name on the court for being an athletic high flyer who led with energy and passion on the court.
In football, Ahmed was an All-State, All City, and All Conference Player. He was the top 2 WR in the state of Oklahoma and was the top 50 high school recruit in the United States.
He received numerous small school basketball offers but declined in order to play Division 1 Football for the Sooner Nation at the University of Oklahoma where he was a starting Wide Receiver. As a junior in college, Ahmed decided to make a leap and transfer to TCU in Fort Worth, Tx. After only one season, Ahmed decided it was time to hang up his cleats for a year, taking some time to find himself as a young man. In 2001, Ahmed decided to give football one last shot and finished his playing career at the Northwestern Oklahoma State University (Go Rangers!).
He remains to say that basketball was always with him throughout his entire career & nothing made him happier than the game of basketball.
Ahmed was also a State runner up in track and field where he ran the 400(46.4), 200(21.6), & 100yards dash(10.4).

He has worked with and learned from some of the most elite coaches and has coached at top camps around the country that have been ranked as one of the top 2 camps in the country by SportsIllustrated Kids. Ahmed prides himself on giving back every way that he can through coaching and his philanthropic work with Pros For Africa and Inner Circle Academy.

Favorite quote:
“You may not get everything you work for, but you will certainly work for everything you get.”

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