Willis Wilson Texas A&M – Corpus Christi Offense

Willis Wilson Texas A&M – Corpus Christi Offense by Wes Kosel

Attached in this playbook are two set plays from Texas A&M – Corpus Christi Head Coach Willis Wilson. Wilson is in his 5th season as Head Coach of the Islanders. Since taking over the program in 2011, he has gone from 6 wins in 2011-2012 to 20 wins last season. This season, the Islanders are 22-6 and 13-1 at home.  Before coming to Corpus Christi, Wilson was an assistant for Josh Pastner at Memphis from 2009-2011. Before that, Wilson was the Head Coach at Rice from 1992-2008. He played at Rice from 1978-1982 and became an assistant in 1985 for the Owls. He then took a high school job in Houston at Strake Jesuit before going back to Rice in 1987. He then was an assistant at Stanford for a season before becoming a head coach.

Willis Wilson Texas A&M – Corpus Christi Offense – High Pinch Post PNR

In this play, 1 passes to 3 on the left wing as 4 cuts to the ball-side corner. 5 sets a screen for 2 who cuts to the ball-side low post. If neither option is open, 3 passes back to 1. 1 then dribbles right off of a ball-screen from 5 at the pinch post. 1 dribbles right looking to turn the corner or pass to 5 rolling to the basket. 2 replaces up the lane line to clear out his defender as 5 is rolling.

Willis Wilson Texas A&M – Corpus Christi Offense – Stagger Post ISO

1 dribbles right as 5 cuts up the lane line and gets a pass from 1. 4 sets a screen for 2 on the right wing. 2 cuts to the ball-side low post. If 2 isn’t open, 5 passes to 1 who dribbles to the right wing. After screening for 2, 4 cuts to the block and looks to post up. 1 looks to pass inside to 4. If he isn’t open, 3 and 5 set a staggered down-screen for 2. 2 cuts up to the top of the key for a shot.

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