Fred Crowell is the founder and president of NBC Camps (Northwest Basketball Camps), the largest basketball camp in the world founded in 1971a Spokane (WA), USA. He played basketball (but also baseball) at ‘University of Idaho, where he graduated in Science of Education with a scholarship for sporting merit. He was the youngest coach of the 1st Division of the United States with the University of Alaska in Fairbanks. In 1972 he was selected as one of the youngest eccelent men of America. It was the first coach of Athletes in Action, one of the strongest performances of teams ever. He was head coach of Samford University in Alabama. He is the author of many motivational and instructional dvds and some books.