About The Founder
From the top payer in Washington state, player of the year in 1996, being touted as one the best basketball players to ever play high school in the state Washington. Quincy earned a college scholarship to play basketball at the University of Southern California. From an NBA projected player to serving a 13 year prison sentence, Quincy was faced with an up hill battle. "Believe it or not my mental development from basketball training over the years helped me adapt to the situation to be able to persevere when being at an all time low in my life." Q-time basketball was built on perseverance, confidence, grit and the never give up mentality.
After learning the importance of tenacity and persistence, Quincy realized Q-Time Basketball needed to become more than just a training service. This idea of creating versatile winners, by developing students as people as well as players, led Quincy to create Stay in the Zone classes. Focused on setting and achieving personal goals, these triweekly classes allow him to help students grow outside of the game of basketball.
1. Tacoma News Tribune Top 100 Washington Player of the Century
2. 1994-95 Seattle Times 1st Team Selection
3. 1995 Best in the West Selection
4. Lead Decatur High School Basketball Team to 2nd place finish at state (best finish in school history)
5. First Team All State and MVP at the 1996 Washington State Championship Tournament
6. 1996 McDonald's All American Nominee
7. Played at the prestigious Nike Camp in Indianapolis 1996
8. 1996 Tacoma News Tribune Player of the Year
9. Mr. Washington Basketball 1996
10. Rated #5 1997 JUCO Guard in the Nation