Access GRANTed is a memoir of a Division 1A college basketball player on one of the hottest teams in the nation for the 2009-2010 season. This book gives an in-depth look of the day to day lifestyle for future student athletes who have desired to play college basketball on the next level. There are many who are curious to know the lifestyle of a collegiate athlete and this book gives a firsthand experience as you are taken through workouts, preseason sessions, team meetings, and the rigorous training schedule that is required of a team competing for a national championship.
This is a uniquely written memoir in a sense that gives fans and readers alike this much ACCESS. It could also be an attribute to those who might want to be coaches and who would be involved with players of various age groups; helping them to understand what their players might be experiencing and how they could be helpful. Often times, coaches aren’t aware of the emotional and physical toll of a season and getting an education can have on their student athletes and this book is just what they need. Access GRANTed is perfect for basketball fans who want to know what goes on with a team on the court and behind the scenes. It takes fans through the highs of winning a Conference Championship to the lows of being within games of winning a national championship.