"He's the best I've ever seen"

A dribbler with a big dream

Corey was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.  He attended high school at Kennedy-Kenrick Catholic School, where he earned “All-Catholic” honors his senior season.  Despite playing small college basketball, Corey still had a desire to pursue his dream of playing professional basketball.
Standing only six foot one inches tall, Corey quickly realized he would have to maximize his ball handling abilities to succeed at the professional level.  Thus his obsession with ball handling began!  He began training strictly on his ball handling day and night every day with one goal in mind – To become The Greatest Dribbler in the World!

After posting videos of his ball handling skills on Youtube, he caught the attention of the World Famous Harlem Globetrotters!  Corey eventually played with the Globetrotters and many other professional basketball teams during his pro career!  He also got the rare opportunity to play professional basketball overseas in China with Former NBA stars Tracy McGrady, Jason “White Chocolate” Williams, and Bonzi Wells with the United States Legends Team!

While on his journey to master the art of ball handling, Corey set 7 Guinness World Records, and became a 4-Time Guinness World Record Holder!  As word spread about his dribbling exploits, various TV shows began requesting his appearance!  Corey was featured on Fox News, Comcast SportsNet, ESPN, The Late Show with David Letterman and the NBA on TNT!  His ball handling skills even became a topic of discussion between NBA Hall of Famers Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley, and Kenny Smith all while airing on TNT! After watching a number of Corey’s NBA Halftime Shows, Legendary Philadelphia 76ers TV Announcer Marc Zumoff called him “The World’s Best Ball Handler” and “The Best I’ve Ever Seen!”

Currently, Corey travels year-round to schools across the country to motivate and inspire kids of all ages to reach for their dreams!  While showcasing his amazing ball handling tricks, Corey teaches the students to treat each other with “Respect” and to make “Positive Choices.”  His Super Fun and Interactive Assembly Programs have received Rave Reviews!