top of page

Taylor Luster

I was born into basketball. My dad has been coaching ever since I was born, so I've seen coaching from all different levels. I attended North Crowley High School in Fort Worth, where I played 3 years on varsity and helped lead our team to regionals each year, where we fell short to my best friends at Flower Mound Marcus High School.
During my sophomore year, I received honorable mention; my junior year, I moved up to 2nd team all district; and for my senior year I was MVP of the district, 1st team all district, and made all regional team. In addition to my basketball awards, I also received 1st team, all academics during my sophomore, junior and senior years. 


In college, I completed my freshman & sophmore years as a student-athlete at Hill Jr. College, I have transfered to Missouri Southern to finish my studies to become a physical therapist while continuing to play basketball.

My goal is to teach your child the knowledge and basics of the game, which I have learned from my dad as well as other big time coaches I have met and learned from during the past several years. I hope that your child will learn not to take things for granted and to be thankful and confident in the path where God is leading.


What deon says...

As a student of the game, Taylor has a passion and love for basketball. He's the ultimate leader on & off the court. Taylor currently plays point and off-guard in college. His wide range of duties and responsibilities keeps him humble but actively pursuing excellence. I personally chose Taylor as I do with everyone who works for HHB/BBI because of his passion and love for the game along with his on and off the court character and high basketball I.Q. While watching him play in high school, I became a fan. He's a special person who loves the Lord and has a heart for kids. During the summer months, Taylor and I work together during my Point Guard Camps.
If I had a son or daughter who had little or lots of talent, athletic abilities or a drive to improve, I would give Taylor an opportunity to sow some seeds into his/her basketball career. He is a good communicator, teaches with depth and pays attention to details. Oh, and last but not least, he's a gym rat.

bottom of page