3D Basketball strives to improve the mental, physical, and spiritual aspects of our developing athletes through mentoring and training to reach the highest physical aptitude in their pursuit of athletic achievement.  Our goal is to assist dedicated athletes to fulfill their aspirations on and off the court consistently through DISCIPLINE, DEDICATION, and DETERMINATION. We are committed to improving the skills required to take their talents from an amateur to professional level of competition as they succeed in becoming positive leaders within the community. 3D Basketball guarantees to “just do it the right way.”
   Jason "Coach Jay" Coleman
  1. Coach/Head Trainer/Athlete Advocate
    Coach/Head Trainer/Athlete Advocate
    Coach Jay graduated from Sanderson High School in 2002. While playing varsity basketball he was voted to the CAP 8 All-Conference Team his junior and senior year while averaging 18 ppg and 19 ppg, respectively. Additionally, he participated in one of the most competitive 4A conferences in North Carolina. Coach Jay later attended and played basketball at Shaw University. While playing for Shaw University he was named to the 2004-2005 CIAA All-Freshman Team. He was also invited to play on the USA Team Select in Charlotte, NC. Coach Jay went on to coach a 15U upstart AAU team and discovered his passion for teaching and mentoring youth. He strives to provide the fundamental skills of basketball, build strong ties within the community and encourages athletes to always give their best in every area of life. Since 2011 Coach Jay has coached in various capacities. He has coached in youth basketball leagues for Raleigh Parks and Recreation, and helped coach Triangle Elite AAU junior team. He is currently a National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA) member. Coach Jay is sought out in the basketball community to train athletes 1-on-1 and in small group settings. As an advocate for athletes, coach and trainer Jay takes his commitment serious in developing a well-rounded player. He does not stop once his participants leaves the court, he ensures academic success, encourages community involvement, and assists with the transition to middle/high school and onto college. Coach Jay’s focus is to give back what the game gave to him to the youth he interacts with on the basketball court daily. Coach Jay is well respected in the community and amongst his players for his basketball knowledge and ability to achieve noticeable results in player’s skill development. His motto is “we just do it the right way” and his passion is evident in every session. “My job is to not only help players improve their basketball skill, but also mentor them on all aspects of life. I teach my athletes to always do things the right way by incorporating discipline, dedication, and determination. I tell my kids to get better every time they step on the court, and HAVE FUN!”