John Bynum

John Bynum (Signal The Light Basketball) of Visalia, California has been involved in basketball over 20 years. Bynum started his college career at College of the Sequoias (Visalia, California) in 1996. In two seasons at Sequoias, Bynum scored over 1000 points. He was a two time All Central Valley Conference selection. In 1998, as a sophomore, Bynum was named to the All State team.

John Bynum continued his career at Metro State College in Denver, Colorado. In two seasons at Metro State, the RMAC school posted a 61-10 record. The Roadrunners played in two straight national championships (1999 and 2000). Metro compiled a 28-6 record his junior season. Metro lost the championship in the 1998-1999 season. In his senior season, the Roadrunners won a school record 33 games. Metro was the preseason number 1 team in the country. The 2000 championship team went 33-4. Bynum was named to the North Central Reigon All tournament team. He was also named to Elite 8 all tournament team.

Following his collegiate career, John Bynum went on to play professionally for 12 seasons. Bynum played in three different countries (England, Norway, and Germany).In 2010, Bynum co founded B3 Elite. The program had a youth league, provided individual lessons, and held youth camps during the summer months. Bynum was head coach of B3 Elites under 17 team. Bynum retired from professional basketball in February of 2014 and started Signal The Light Basketball two months later.