NBA Pre-Draft Prep

The most successful system ever for players preparing for the NBA Draft.

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  • Fully-integrated training system in one location
  • Helped produce 125+ NBA Draft selections since 2006
  • On-site exposure to every NBA team
  • Direct communication by Impact staff to all NBA teams
  • Exposure workouts for national media outlets
  • 4.7% average body-fat loss over 10 week program

"It’s great to have the opportunity to work with these young guys and get them started on their NBA careers. They put in a lot of work and had tremendous focus to get through this process. We are thrilled we had a chance to prepare them and know they will all have successful careers as a result of their continued hard work and training.

After 20 years of doing this, it never gets old to be able to help someone achieve his dream."

Joe Abunassar



Josh Huestis

2014, OKC Thunder


Starring at Stanford for 4 years prepared Josh for the rigors of training for the next level.  But despite a very productive career, he was still overlooked early in the NBA draft process.  He had to improve in many ways to prove that he could contribute in the NBA.  He did this and much more at Impact, as he went from projected to be undrafted to selected 29th in the first round by the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2014.


Isaiah Thomas

2011, Sacramento Kings


His story is now well-known, but coming out of college in 2011 he was not expected by many to have the NBA All-Star career that he now is on the path toward.  Being undersized and underappreciated fueled his grueling daily (and nightly) training sessions at Impact that ended up with his selection as the final pick in the draft by the Sacramento Kings. 

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Kyle O’Quinn

2012, Orlando Magic


                Unheralded during his stellar career at Norfolk State, Kyle spent his summers at Impact training and improving his game against veteran NBA players.  After a vast improvement over multiple summers of training, Kyle’s college career culminated with a historical victory in the NCAA Tournament as a 15-seed.  He then raised his level even further during the Impact Pre-Draft program and people took notice; he was selected 49th in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic.

Indiana Pacers forward Rakeem Christmas (25) poses for a portrait during the team's NBA basketball media day  in Indianapolis, Monday, Sept. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/AJ Mast)

Rakeem Christmas

2015, Indiana Pacers


After a junior season in which he averaged 6pts and 5rebs, Rakeem spent a tireless summer training at Impact and returned to school to average 17.5pts & 9rebs, earning himself All-ACC honors.  His climb up the draft boards ensued, ending with him being drafted 36th overall by the Indiana Pacers in the 2015 NBA Draft.


Myles Turner

2105, Indiana Pacers


Sporadic playing time in college didn’t allow Myles to fully showcase the talents that are so evident now.  Therefore, he had much work to do to train for the 2015 NBA Draft.  At Impact, with an absolutely relentless work-ethic, Myles reconfigured his body and proved he can do everything necessary to excel in the NBA, resulting in him being selected 10th overall by the Indiana Pacers. 


Jeremy Lin

2010, Undrafted


                While at Impact training for the 2010 NBA Draft, Jeremy competed and succeeded every day against other more heralded point guards from bigger colleges, most of whom were projected ahead of him and eventually selected in the draft while he watched.  By earning his way into the NBA with a determined and unwavering belief in himself, Jeremy’s career has taken off. 


Skill Development

Individualized skill programs. Live action 1-on-1, 2-on-2, and 3-on-3. Direct replication of NBA workouts.

Strength & Conditioning

Complete biomechanical evaluation. NBA Combine athletic testing training. Body composition analysis and reconstruction. Injury prevention.

Food & Nutrition

Individual nutrition consultation and analysis. Meal Plan Guidance. precision supplementation program for each player.

Media Training

Media and interview training. NBA situational analysis. Draft process preparation.

Draftees Over The Years

The Impact Training staff is proud to have worked with all of these draftees, as well as hundreds more Free Agent signers, over the years. For the full list, open up our Brochure here.


12% of 2016 Draftees*

*NCAA rules changed permitted potential draftees to train on campus for the first time.

#3 Jaylen Brown Boston Celtics
#21 DeAndre Bembry Atlantic Hawks
#22 Malachi Richardson Sacramento Kings
#25 Brice Johnson LA Clippers
#41 Stephen Zimmerman Orlando Magic
#42 Isaiah Whitehead Brooklyn Nets
#59 Isaiah Cousins Sacramento Kings


24% of 2014 Draftees

#10 Elfrid Payton Orlando Magic
#14 TJ Warren Phoenix Suns
#17 James Young Boston Celtics
#19 Gary Harris Denver Nuggets
#28 CJ Wilcox LA Clippers
#29 Josh Huestis Oklahoma City Thunder
#32 KJ McDaniels Philadelphia 76ers
#40 Glenn Robinson Jr Minnesota Timberwolves
#44 Markel Brown Minnesota Timberwolves
#45 Dwight Powell Charlotte Hornets
#47 Russ Smith New Orleans Pelicans
#48 Lamar Patterson Atlanta Hawks
#49 Cameron Bairstow Chicago Bulls
#59 Xavier Thames Toronto Raptors

25% of 2015 Draftees

#1 Karl-Anthony Towns Minnesota Timberwolves
#2 D’Angelo Russell LA Lakers
#4 Kristaps Porzingis NY Knicks
#6 Willie Cauley-Stein Sacramento Kings
#7 Emmanuel Mudiay Denver Nuggets
#11 Myles Turner Indiana Pacers
#17 Rashad Vaughn Milwaukee Bucks
#21 Justin Anderson Dallas Mavericks
#23 R. Hollis-Jefferson Brooklyn Nets
#25 Jarell Martin Memphis Grizzlies
#35 G. Hernangomez Philadelphia 76ers
#36 Rakeem Christmas Cleveland Cavaliers
#48 Dakari Johnson OKC Thunder
#50 Marcus Eriksson Atlanta Hawks
#55 Cady Lalanne San Antonia Spurs

25% of 2013 Draftees

#1 Anthony Bennet Cleveland Cavaliers
#16 Lucas Nogueira Boston Celtics
#19 Sergey Karasev Cleveland Cavaliers
#26 Andre Roberson Minnesota Timberwolves
#36 Ray McCallum Sacramento Kings
#41 Jamaal Franklin Memphis Grizzlies
#45 Pierre Jackson Philadelphia 76ers
#47 Raul Neto Atlanta Hawks
#48 Ryan Kelly Los Angeles Lakers
#49 Erik Murphy Chicago Bulls
#52 Lorenzo Brown Minnesota Timberwolves
#53 Colton Iverson Indiana Pacers
#56 Peyton Siva Detroit Pistons
#58 DeShaun Thomas San Antonio Spurs
#60 Janis Timma Memphis Grizzlies