Kenny has been a high school basketball coach for over 15 years. Kenny grew up in Provo where he played and coached under the Legendary Craig Drury. After high School, Kenny served a full time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Johannesburg, South Africa.  After his mission he got into coaching at Provo High School. Kenny has spent time coaching at the boys varsity level for Provo High, Uintah, and Salem Hills High Schools. He also spent a short time coaching for the girls’ varsity programs at Payson and Salem Hills where he helped oversee and coach the defense. Kenny has been a part of 4 basketball state championships during his years coaching; 2 at Provo High, and 1 at Salem Hills where he was over the defense for the Skyhawks. Kenny was Kyle’s personal defensive coach over Kyle’s professional basketball career and has also trained other professional and collegiate players. Kenny is currently an assistant basketball coach in Salem at Salem Hills High school where he currently lives with his family. When not doing Defensive Love clinics and camps, Kenny works as a real estate attorney and broker and real estate developer. He is currently married to his wife Melissa, and together they have 5 kids (3 boys and 2 girls): Gavin, Brinley, Grant, Jace, and Halle. Kenny loves spending time with his wife and kids, working in real estate, reading, playing frisbee, coaching basketball and D. Love camps, and loves doing family history and salvation work for his ancestors.  Kenny received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Utah Valley University; a Master’s Degree in Sport Management from West Virginia University; a Juris Doctorate (Law Degree) from the University of Wyoming; and a L.L.M (Master of Law) in Real Property Development from the University of Miami. 


Kyle is from Provo, UT where he grew up to become a BYU Basketball Legend. Kyle attended Provo High School where he won 2 State Championships, Mr. Basketball & Gatorade Player of the Year for the State of Utah. After high school, Kyle served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Vladivostok, Russia. After he returned, he resumed play at BYU and eventually became the NCAA All-Time leader for Triple Doubles, hence the nickname: "Mr. Triple Double." Kyle graduated from BYU with a a Bachelors in Sociology. Kyle went on to play professionally in the NBA for the Dallas Mavericks and Toronto Raptors along with their G-League teams. He eventually ended up playing oversees in Japan the last 3 years. Kyle is married to Shea Martinez, who ran track & field at BYU. She went on to run professionally for Team Nike. They have a 2 year old son named Julian and they are expecting their second child in June 2023. Kyle is holding Defensive Love Camps, Clinics & Training for High Schools across the country. He is also the founder of Worth Fitness which encourages people to become their best selves physically "One Habit at a Time."


Lauren Gustin