Elite 24-NEWS- Top AAU program in the region.

Elite 24 Basketball is excited to announce that we have merged with FAST Basketball. We are excited to have the only 17u team in the region playing on a shoe circuit and having teams at the 15u and 16u teams also playing out on the shoe circuit. We will also have another 17u travel team and local teams on the 15u, 16u and 17u levels. We will also have youth teams from 10U to 14U !

TRY-OUT DATES- MARCH 9th and MARCH 10th in Clackamas area in early evening.

Under the new aau rules, it is imperative for your athlete to be with a proven organization like Elite 24 who has the MOST players playing in college and who have played in college over the last 8 years of ANYBODY in the region.

Email-gregdundon@hotmail.com for information or call Greg Dundon at 503-806-2510.

Founder/Coach Greg Dundon

Greg Dundon-Founder of TRD Player Development & Elite 24 Basketball. Greg has coached for 15 years at both high school and collegiate level, starting out at La Salle High School, the University of San Diego, and at Mt. Hood Community College. Greg focused on player development, recruiting, film breakdown and scouting. Greg, has coached and trained numerous NBA and other professional basketball players every off-season and has attended numerous NBA training camps.

Greg has a passion for teaching the game of basketball. His passion, high energy level, and desire to help athletes improve their game is why he has become so involved in the game of basketball. Greg is known nationally as one of the best skill and player development coaches around, which is why the best players in the world want to work with him.

Contact Coach Dundon via email

BEN SULLIVAN- Consultant

Ben Sullivan- A 2002 graduate from Lake Oswego High School who earned himself an athletic scholarship to Cal.State Northridge by averaging 20 points and 12 rebounds per game. After his freshman year Ben transferred to University of Portland where he finished his career. He earned the All-Academic Performance award in every year of college and was voted by the team, a Team Captain his senior year. After college, Ben played professional basketball overseas with stops in China, Germany, as well as Chile. He began his coaching career in the fall of 2009, where he coached in the Lake Oswego Youth Basketball Association. Ben then moved to the University of Portland in 2010 and in 2011 was the assistant coach at Lewis & Clark College. He worked in the NBA doing Player Development and video work for the San Antonio Spurs. Coach Sullivan is now an Assistant Coach for the Atlanta Hawks.


Coach David Jackson

David Jackson- Begins his collegiate basketball coaching career at Lewis & Clark College. Jackson enters the collegiate coaching ranks after a successful and diverse professional playing career. A veteran of NBA camps (Portland, Cleveland), and NBA summer league teams (Portland, San Antonio, Orlando, Seattle), Jackson averaged 15.2 points per game playing for the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League. Jackson played extensively overseas in Italy, China, Spain, Korea, Bosnia and Turkey. He averaged 21 points per game in his season in the Chinese League, earning Import Player of the Year honors. He won titles in both Bosnia and Korea, scoring 44 points in the championship-clinching game for his Korean team.

Jackson also spent one year working at Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton as a liaison between Nike Field Representatives and Nike-contracted NBA players. Jackson spent two seasons at University of Utah and then finished his career at the University of Oregon.

Coach Jason Lunhow
Jason Lunhow- A graduate of Lake Oswego High School and Lewis & Clark College. Jason was selected to the 1st team all Three Rivers League and helped the Lakers reach the state championship game. Jason has been with Elite 24 basketball since the beginning and can speak on behalf of the all the coaches abilities to develop players. Coach just finished playing college basketball at Lewis and Clark College. Jason is only one of a few players at Lewis & Clark to score over 1000 career points. Jason has had a interest in coaching for many years and has began coaching at some of the best basketball camps in the region and works with young players as an individuals coach, teaching offensive skills, footwork and emphasizing shooting. Coach Lunhow is truly one of the great teachers of the game and is pursuing a pro basketball career overseas.
Coach Omar Leary

Omar Leary-As the 2X All-State and 3X All-City Selectee from Lincoln High School in Portland, Omar Leary went on to play at Northeastern Junior College in Colorado. Here, he was the Region 9 Player of the Year and 1st Team All-American Selectee, winning the Region 9 Conference Championship and participating in the National Junior College Championships. From there, he went on to play at the University of Oklahoma with NBA Superstar Blake Griffin, participating in the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament in 2008 and appearing in the Elite 8 in 2009. While there, Leary was selected to the 2nd Team BIG 12 Conference All-Academic. During the 2009-2010 academic year, Leary served as student-assistant coach for the Sooners, coaching 2 players who are now on NBA rosters. 

After graduating with a Bachelors Degree in Multidisciplinary Studies, he coached basketball at Cleveland High School in Seattle, Washington, along with working out individual players like the 2011 Washington State "Mr. Basketball" Gary Bell, who now plays for Gonzaga University. Over the summers, Leary helps conduct youth camps through NBA teams around the country such as the Oklahoma City Thunder, Los Angeles Clippers and the Portland Trailblazers. 

In 2011, he moved to his hometown where he coaches Lincoln basketball and conducts individual and small group trainings through Ultimate Precision Basketball, created by Leary himself. Leary has a passion for working with youth and dedicates his time and efforts to help them achieve their goals and looks forward to enhancing the Elite 24 program in the coming spring and summer.

Coach Leary spent the 2015-2016 season as an assistant coach at Western Oregon University and helped lead the program to one of the best seasons in program history, reaching the Final Four. Coach Leary was instrumental in recruiting, player development and game planning in helping to lead Western Oregon University to the best season in program history.



Coach Yusuf Leary

Coach Yusuf Leary-

Coach Yusuf Leary is in his second year with the Elite 24 program. He is a Portland native and graduate of Rutgers University-Camden in New Jersey where he majored in History and minored in African American History.

Coach Leary, was a former standout at Lincoln High School in 2008 where he received all city honors. After high school Leary attended Middlesex County College 09’-11’; where he received the honor of Honorable Mention All GSAC in his freshmen year and 2nd team All GSAC his sophomore year leading his team to the Region XIX quarterfinals. After his sophomore season Leary transferred and finished his career at Rutgers University-Camden receiving the honor of Team Captain his senior campaign in 2013. After Graduating Leary was a volunteer assistant under Coach Jason Curbison at Rutgers University-Camden until 2015. Since returning to Portland in the fall of 15’ he has coached at Roosevelt High School as the JV coach, a position of which he still currently holds.

Coach Leary is dedicated to building a strong relationship between athletes and their communities. Leary has established his brand of community service under the moniker #VoicesEmpower which focuses on mentoring and preparing young men for positive futures.