Hi, my name is Terrance Medcafe. I was born and raised in Denton, Texas. I graduated from Ryan High School (Home of the Champions) in 2006. While there, I played varsity basketball my junior and senior year.
I’ve now been training at Hoop Hunter for 10 years, started October 2013. I’ve been fortunate enough to train players that have made it to all levels of NCAA basketball from JUCO to D1, as well as the professional level of basketball.
I am a basketball teacher and educator with a high basketball I.Q. that understands the roles & skill sets needed to play each position as well as the mental and physical make up needed to excel in the game of basketball.
Although I didn’t pursue a basketball career in college, I have a passion to teach and inspire those who are interested in learning the game.
Getting an opportunity to become a trainer at HHB has been a privilege. I take pride in the personal responsibility, character & integrity, and high degree of expectations that the organization has set for all of their team members. It is an honor to be affiliated and associated with a group of professionals who love the lord and who cares about the personal growth and development of kids through the game.
Fun Fact: I'm a Dragon Ball Z nerd.
Favorite Player of All Time: Kobe Bryant
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
-Grapevine High School
-Played professional basketball in Spain at the Europe Basketball Academy. Got my first experience playing professional basketball at the age of 19.
-Played professional basketball in Ireland/Northern Ireland.
-Played 1st season at North Atlantic Basketball Academy(N.A.B.A) and played for Templeogue Basketball Club professional basketball team in the Ireland Super League. Top professional league in Ireland.
-Played at North Star Basketball Club in Northern Ireland. Broke the team record for most 3’s in a game by an individual with 10 made 3’s in a game.
-Invited to tryout for the Grand Rapids Drive of the NBA G-League in 2016.
HOOP HUNTER BASKETBALL
-Current basketball skills trainer at Hoop Hunter Basketball for over 8 years now and going strong!
I love playing video games, especially co-op video games with my wife in our free time at home and I’m a huge fan of anime. Dragonball is my favorite.
Favorite Player of All Time: Allen Iverson
Len Medcafe has been playing basketball for as long as he can remember. He grew up playing basketball and attended Hoop Hunter Basketball's camps as a young player. In 2003, he attended and graduated from Denton Ryan High School. A few of his accomplishments are as follows: 3-year letterman on Varsity; 2nd team All-District as a Junior; then improved to 1st team All-District his senior year. After graduating, Len went on to play at North Lake Community College for 2 seasons and helped lead his team in back-to-back regular season conference championships.
Following his passion for the game of basketball, Len began training and coaching with Hoop Hunter in 2006. Since then he has been able to take part in assisting many young athletes earn all types of accolades and have success through the game of basketball at various levels. Len's biggest focus is to get better each day- appreciate yesterday's lessons and embrace tomorrow's opportunities, but live in the moment. He believes there is no substitute for hard work.
During his spare time he enjoys spending quality time with his wife (Laura) and son (Micah). He also likes to support his players by attending games and supporting other interests outside of the game of basketball.
Fun Fact: My favorite teams are the Dallas Cowboys, Kansas Jayhawks, & Los Angeles Lakers
Favorite Player of All Time: Michael Jordan
I’ve now been a trainer at Hoop Hunter for over a year developing and mentoring players of all ages. My
mission is to continue to grow the game of basketball, in doing so I will also have a hand in growing the
next generation of players as well. The game teaches so many valuable life lessons, and I am privileged
to be on a path that allows me to see players grow and flourish on their athletic and personal journeys.
Myself, like the rest of our amazing trainers specialize in skill development but also mentorship. I’ve
played at every level (High School-Professional) and I’ve been coached by many different coaches. I have
been fortunate enough to learn from all of them and apply it to my career every day. I believe the
process of getting better is a marathon and not a sprint, and becoming great can sometimes feel like a
lonely path but when you walk through the doors of Hoop Hunter you instantly feel like FAMILY and we
will prepare you for any and all adversities you may face.
Fun Fact: My favorite team is the Los Angeles Lakers
Favorite Player of All Time: Kobe Bryant & Kyrie Irving
Hello my name is Taylor Luster and I have been training and a trainer/coach here since 2012. I first came to HoopHunter as a sophomore to workout with Deon Hunter. Deon came across one of my games and
reached out to me on Facebook to ask if I would work a PG camp in 2011. Once the camp was finished, he offered me an opportunity to join the HoopHunter family as a college freshman at Hill College. I played at Hill College from 2012-14. I graduated from Hill College in 2014 after helping lead the team to the Region 5 Championship, with a berth in the national tournament for the first time since 1972. I then went onto lead Missouri Southern to a pair of top-three conference finishes during his playing career from 2014-16. I graduated with my business marketing degree and came to join the HoopHunter staff full time from 2016-2019. I then went to pursue my coaching career at UTSA as a graduate assistant from 2019-2021. My training background and knowledge that I gained helped produce the top two scorers in UTSA history and the NCAA for the two seasons I was there. That opportunity opened the doors for me to train a couple of up and coming professionals in the San Antonio Spurs organization. I graduated from UTSA with my masters in education. This year I accepted my first head coaching job at Mineral Wells High School. HoopHunter has my heart and has helped springboard me to something I never thought I would be at so quickly.