Jon Hildebrandt is from the small town of Dayton, Oregon. While at Dayton High School, he led his team to two consecutive 2A Oregon State Basketball Championships in 2001 and 2002. He was named a BCI All-American his junior year, and was named the Oregon 2A Player of the Year his junior and senior years. At Clackamas Community College, Jon led the Northwest in assists, averaging 9.4 assists with less than 2 turnovers per game. Jon later played at Linfield College and graduated from Western Oregon University. Many coaches and players who have watched and played against Jon consider him to be one of the best, if not the best, ball-handler in the country today.
Supe says, “God has given me many gifts, and I’m just trying to make the most of the gifts that He’s given me. My passion is to impact people in a positive way, and I’m thankful for the opportunity to do that.”
G attended Southridge High School from 1999-2001 and starred on the Varsity Basketball Team. Upon graduation, G took his athletic and academic career to Clark Community College, Clackamas Community College, and Western Oregon University. At WOU, he was a member of the Basketball Team and majored in Health Education. Upon receiving a B.S. in 2008, Garrett immediately became involved with Superhandles, Inc. while at the same time coaching at Southridge High School. Starting in August of 2009, Garrett spent one year in South Korea teaching English. Since his return, he has jumped into a big role with Superhandles. He also coaches youth basketball for All In One in Beaverton, OR.
Garrett Johnson aka G. Johnson