Founded in 1966, Five-Star was the brainchild of two New York City basketball junkies, Howard Garfinkel and Will Klein, who shared a common passion and purpose: To create a top-notch teaching camp and help kids improve their games
Even though the 1994-1995 season didn't end the way Pat Kennedy's Seminoles would have hoped after going 12-15 and missing the tournament for the 2nd straight season it was still memorable for one reason, Bob Sura.
One of Florida State's most beloved basketball players of all time ended his career averaging 19 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists per game. That was good enough to earn a spot on the All-ACC team for the 3rd consecutive year.
"It took me a couple years. I would say not until my junior year. I just went at it full throttle, I didn't even realize myself how good I was until my junior year when people started talking about the NBA. That's when I realized I was one of the better players. I really just put it all out there and didn't realize how good I was until looking back now." -Bob Sura