Kadar Waller has been playing competitive basketball since the age of 3 and AAU basketball since age 5. He considers himself a Veteran at the age of 13. A student athlete committed to preparing himself to play at a competitive level while developing confidence, self esteem and leadership skills.
Kadar has been trained by his dad since he could first dribble the ball. Doc Waller, Director of Basketball for CSUB Bakersfield Men said, “Kadar is a student of the game, he loves to compete, but grades are first in our house”. Playing basketball on this level provides Kadar opportunities to receive exposure to position him to be recruited by top Universities.
Coming to Bakersfield from Texas three years ago, Kadar is a standout point guard. He broke his school 1988 record for most passes, last year, not a selfish point. His team brought a championship to his school, another thing that hadn’t happen since the 80’s. BUA consider him a rising star. He’s won multiple championships with his BEB AAU team and is often recruited by top AAU traveling teams, from LA, Oakland, Utah and Texas.
Pangos Camp Showcase will take place Saturday-Sunday February 22–23 at Cabrillo High School, Long Beach CA. The top middle schoolers in the nation are invited to attend. Coverage from media and scouts from ESPN, Scouthoops, 247Sports, Rivals, BurlisonOnBasketball & Sports Illustrated. Players are evaluated by the Nation’s Top Scouts. Last year, kids traveled as far as China, Canada and most all 50 states.
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