Butch Carter is the co-founder of SuperCamps and President of the Canadian Basketball League. He has a long history of coaching and developing players on and off the court. As the Head Coach of the Toronto Raptors he coached and developed NBA super stars Tracy McGrady and Vince Carter. As an Assistant Coach with the Milwaukee Bucks he coached and developed NBA All-Stars Vin Baker and Glen Robinson. Coach Carter worked as an Assistant Coach in the NCAA at Long Beach State University in California and at Dayton University in Ohio. Prior to his time in the NCAA, Carter was the Head Coach at his alma mater Middletown High School in Middletown, Ohio where he is the only person to win both Player and Coach of the Year honors for the state. As a player in high school, Carter was the Ohio Player of the Year and a McDonalds All-American. He played at Indiana University and led his team to the NCAA Tournament Elite 8 in 1980 before being drafted by Pat Riley and Jerry West of the Los Angeles Lakers. Butch went on to play for the Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks before starting his coaching career.
Garrett Kelly is a co-founder of SuperCamps along with Butch Carter. Prior to SuperCamps, Kelly served as the Director of Basketball Operations at Siena College in New York from 2013-2015 helping the staff resurrect the Saints program capturing the school and conferences first ever post-season tournament championship as the 2014 CBI Champions. Prior to Siena he served as the Director of Basketball Operations at Radford University in Virginia during the 2012-13 season, and the Video Coordinator there in 2011-12. He began his coaching career as an Assistant Coach at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. in 2010-11.
Garrett attended Loyola University Maryland and helped the team win a then school-record 19 wins in the 2007-2008 season before earning a full athletic scholarship as a senior. Kelly graduated from Loyola in 2010 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications and a focus in public relations. A native of Asheville, North Carolina, Kelly was an All-Conference and All-Area performer for T.C. Roberson High School under Coach Richie Sizemore.
In addition to his coaching stints at Siena College, Radford University, and Catholic University of America, Kelly has a wide range of camp and clinic coaching experience as well as directing weekly skill development lessons.Basketball Camp Director 2011-2015:
- Siena Basketball Camps (Sessions I, II, and Team Camp)
- Mike Jones Radford University Basketball Camps (Session I, II, Elite Camp)
Basketball Camp Coaching Experience 2007-2015:
- HoopGroup Elite Camp featuring Kevin Boyle the National High School Coach of the Year and NBA Player Development Specialist; Mike Procopio
- Phil Martelli’s St. Joseph’s University Camp
- Bob Huggins West Virginia University Camp
- Gary Williams Maryland University Basketball Camps
- Rusty LaRue Triad Summer Camps
- OnCourt Player Development Camp with former Georgia Tech Assistant Coach and Appalachian State Head Coach; Kevin Cantwell
- NeverTooLate Basketball Camps with former NBA Scout and Princeton Assistant Coach; Steve Bzomowski
During his playing days, Bill Crowdis was a National Champion, All-Canadian and All-Star performer. As a graduate of the Sports Management Program at Durham College, Coach Crowdis naturally transitioned into coaching at the college level with Fleming College (Peterborough) and Seneca College (Toronto). Coach believes that the sport of basketball is a way for youth to develop confidence and strong work ethic, helping individuals become well-rounded leaders, both on and off the court.
Coach Damon was a multi-sport athlete in high school, playing varsity football and basketball. Damon has remained an active member of his sports communities, volunteering his time within the school boards, community organizations and club programs. Coach Browne creates a positive environment for all skills levels to compete, using the game of basketball to improve physical literacy, skill-sets and mindsets.