Immaculate Training’s mission is to inspire athletes  to focus on the fundamentals of not just basketball but LIFE. Our goal is to provide training that gives the trainee a stronger foundation that will help them succeed at the next level of their playing career.


Brandis and Ashley Raley-Ross established Immaculate Training in 2014 as a training platform geared to help professional athletes establish careers and high school players develop fundamentals and skills needed to take their game to the next level.

Immaculate Training has provided 6 Men’s Professional Exposure Camps, 2 Women’s Professional Exposure Camps, and 2 High School International Development Camps. We have also constructed 2 Tour Teams and sent them overseas to play exhibition games (Estonia and Latvia) over the course of two weeks. Immaculate Training has organized over 10 exposure scrimmages for all levels, along with exposure workouts and training sessions in front of scouts, coaches and General Managers of International Clubs.


Immaculate Training offers fundamental skill development and physical fitness conditioning training. We provide routines and regiments that are based off of our experiences playing at all levels ranging from high school to professionally and working closely with college coaches.



Coach Brandis Raley-Ross is from Charlotte, NC. He attended high school at Myers Park and Gaston Day School. During his high school years, he was named a consensus Top 100 Player and McDonald’s All American Nominee. Brandis also broke Gaston County’s single season scoring record that was previously held by NBA Hall of Fame player James Worthy.  He graduated and lettered in basketball all four years at the University of South Carolina. During his time at South Carolina, Brandis was a three-year starter, three-time SEC Freshman of the week, made All Freshman Team, set a record for the highest 3-point field goal percentage (58%) during his Sophomore year and won SEC 6th man of the year award his Junior year.

Currently, Brandis just finished his eighth season playing professionally. He has played in Slovakia, Estonia, Greece, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Montenegro and the NBA G-League. Brandis has earned numerous awards in his professional career including: All Team selections (Estonian League, Bulgarian League, Adriatic League), Guard of the Year (Estonian League, Bulgarian League), Import Player of the Year (Bulgaria), Member of Import Team of the Year (Adriatic League), BBL Baltic League Player of the Year, BBL Baltic League Import Player of the Year (2015) and MVP (Estonia, Bulgaria, Balkan League). In Estonia, Brandis’ number 24 jersey has been retired by Rakvere Tarvas and currently hangs in the gym.

Brandis has been involved in coaching since 2012 being an assistant on the Charlotte Lady Warriors and Lady Team Charlotte Elite Showcase Travel Teams. He has directed two high school camps, eight Pro-Exposure camps and two European Tour Teams. He has helped over 100 players begin and extend their professional careers.



Coach Ashley Raley-Ross has been involved in basketball since the age of four. She attended and played basketball during her high school years at the highly touted Providence Day School winning two NCISAA State Championships and being named a CISAA All Conference player her Junior and Senior seasons. Ashley continued her academics and playing career at Queens University of Charlotte. She was a four-year starter and was named Conference Carolina's Most Improved Player her Senior year.

Coach Ashley Raley-Ross' current high school career coaching record is 97-36. In 5 years she has helped assist over 50 girl basketball players in achieving their dream in playing college basketball (Division 1-Division 3). Ashley has had 20 players nominated to All Conference teams and 12 players named to NCISAA All State teams. Ashley has been named Coach of the Year by the Charlotte Observer in 2014, 2017 Matthews- Mint Hill Weekly Coach of the Year, and has been nominated to coach in several high level showcase events.

During the 2017 Summer, Coach Raley-Ross led her Elite Travel Showcase team to 2 National Championships (Run for the Roses and USJN in D.C.). The team finished the season 38-5 and will be sending 9 players to play collegiate basketball.

Coach Raley-Ross currently trains and coaches players in Europe through Immaculate Training. She is assisting them in coming to the United States to further their athletic and academic careers at Universities.