Coach Brush has served as the head coach for Arizona Gremlins basketball program since inception in 2014. He views his time with the Gremlins as a rewarding and humbling experience. Coach Brush has coached youth sports for over 10 years and believes strongly in focus, energy and teamwork. As lead assistant coach with McClintock High School's boys varsity basketball program from 2013 - 2017 and now as the head freshman coach at Hamilton High School in Chandler, he has learned how to prepare his players for what to expect as they grow as athletes. Go Gremlins!
Coach Tapia is beginning his third year as a coach for Arizona Gremlins basketball, bringing with him over 15 years of experience in youth coaching. Having played sports all his life, Coach Tapia's passion for sports led to coaching youth soccer, baseball, and basketball. He is enthusiastic about developing young athletes through teaching, demonstrating and practice. He believes that encouragement in sports allows young boys and girls to develop into successful and respectful young adults. He appreciates the support of the Gremlin families and looks forward to an exciting journey with the kids.
Coach BowerBio coming soon...
Coach JoJo joined the coaching staff in late 2016, bringing with him many years of experience with the game of basketball. He has watched his sons grow with the sport, finding joy supporting them with his wife. Coach JoJo is a master play designer and loves putting together highlight videos. Always full of smiles and advice, his positive attitude is contagious. Not to mention his golf game isn't too bad either. Coach looks forward to working with the kids at practice, and the Gremlins look forward to his continued support both on and off the court.
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Coach Osorio has two real passions in life: family and basketball. He's played basketball all of his life and still plays competitive basketball weekly. As a coach for the past ten years, Coach 'O' finds his real love is 'coaching up' athletes. Coach Osorio's philosophy is pretty simple; if he can help his players become better individuals and athletes, the rest will take care of itself. He grew up in Rhode Island and was raised by a single mother of three. His coaches served as positive male role models in his youth. Coach Osorio takes any coaching role with the same responsibility - to be a strong positive male figure to the kids on his team. He's loud, outside the box, strives to inspire each player, and makes his love for basketball contagious.