Undrae Walker

Undrae Walker
Undrae Walker

B.A. Physical Education

Director Basketball Skill Developer Ė Coach - Mentor

Turlock House of Hoops is a proud sponsor of the STANCO Stampede - an AAU Youth Basketball Program designed to provide skill development for youngsters and exposure opportunities for elite basketball players.

While the reality of elite status is a lofty goal, all players will improve their basketball skills, develop character and compete against the best Boys and Girls programs in Northern California.

We train athletes with Ironwear products to increase speed, endurance, strength and quickness. The use of the speed vest helps our players outperform other athletes while the wrist weights helps our guards to maintain a powerful dribble and ensure they are in complete control of the basketball. There are many products similar to Ironwear products however very few match the quality, durability, or customer service. If you want increase your strength, quickness, and endurance you need to incorporate resistance training using products like the Ironware vest and wrist weights.



About the Skill Trainer Undrae Walker 2 time Athlete of the Year and NCAA Division II 1994 Outdoor National Champion in the high jump while at California State University Stanislaus. He also was a four-time All-American outdoors in the event. In addition, Walker was a four-time Northern California Athletic Conference champion and conference championship record holder, still holding a school record jump of 7-13⁄4 (2.14m). In 2000, the two-time Stanislaus Athlete of the Year was inducted into NCAA hall of fame. Walker competed professionally for Team Patriots USA before deciding to retire.

In addition to track and field Undrae played basketball at Lakewood High School in Long Beach where as a senior he led the Lancers to the 5AA Southern Section Semi-final vs. Long Beach Poly. He then continued his basketball career as a reserve on the CSUS menís basketball team coached by John Jones. Walker currently teaches physical and special education at Turlock High School. He is one of three founders of Stanco Stampede, which is one of the fastest growing AAU program in Northern California.