2022 Nassau Pride - Diaz



Nassau Pride Hoops is a Long Island-based AAU basketball organization for boys and girls in 3rd grade up to the Varsity level, The beginner teams participate in local programs geared towards development, the older, more experienced teams will compete in many of the top tournaments in the Tri-state area. Anthony Diaz is coaching the following varsity level players below this spring and summer:


Jayden Diaz (2024) 5’10 point guard, Bethpage High School - Diaz is recognized as one of the top varsity sophomores in Nassau County where he led Bethpage in scoring.  A long and quick defender who can get to the basket and finish with either hand.


Giuliano Camporini (2024) 5’8 point guard, Massapequa High School - Camporini is a crafty floor general who is excellent at running the pick and roll.  Give him space and he’ll make you pay from the outside.


Joe Knaus (2024) 6’5 forward, Chaminade High School - Knaus is a a big body that can mix it up inside, but has extraordinary range where he is more than comfortable with letting it fly from deep.


Trevor Amalfitano (2024) 6’1 wing, Port Washington High School - Amalfitano is another member of the team who was recognized as one of the top varsity sophomores in Nassau County where he led Port Washington in scoring.  The true definition of a slasher who can finish strong at the rim.


Kyle Joe (2024) 5’8 point guard, St. Mary’s High School - Joe is a fearless competitor with a lightning quick release and an uncanny ability to knock down long range shots with ease.

Kamron Elliott (2024) 5’9 guard, Chaminade High School - Elliott is a smooth and well-rounded game where he is comfortable taking his man to the hoop or knocking it down from the outside.

Randz Rionda (2024) 6’1 small forward, Massapequa High School - Rionda is rugged rebounder who does the dirty work to help the team win and has a good mid-range game.


Chris Faggiano (2023) 5’8 guard, Bethpage High School - Faggiano is a strong and active defender who can guard multiple positions on the court.


PJ Kellachan (2023) 6’8 center, Chaminade High School - Kellachan is the anchor of the defense who is also adept at making the right play from the high post.