Del Harris - Former Head Coach Vassar College
Jamion Christian - Head Coach Mount Saint Marys University
Ryan Butler - Director of Basketball Operations University of Richmond
Jake Eastmen - Basketball Operations Boston Celtics
Kevin Eastmen - Vice President Basketball Operations - Los Angles Clippers
Casey Johnson - Former Assistant Emory & Henry / Lychburg College
Vance Harmon - Head Henrico High School Boys Varsity Coach / Two time State Champions
17U Choice Head Coach Andrew Lacey also serves as Varina High School's head boys basketball coach. He has led the Blue Devils to Conference Championships (2014-2015 and 2015-16), three straight regional tournament appearances, and a VHSL State Tournament appearance in his first four seasons. Coach Lacey was named 2015 Conference 2 Coach of the Year. He has amassed more than 130 career wins in a very short 12-year coaching career. He played college basketball at Bridgewater College where he was a four-year letter winner. In addition to coaching, Lacey is a USA Youth Basketball Development Certified Coach, Professional Clinic Speaker and Fast Model Sports Basketball Writer.
17U Elite Head Coach Del Harris has been involved in the Richmond basketball circuit since he was a AAU -All American at age 12 in 1992. He later on went on to be a All-State and All-Region player at Fork Union Military Academy. He has been the face of Team Richmond AAU for a decade and on the sidelines at a number of prominent colleges and universities such as Assistant at University of Richmond, Virginia Military Institute (VMI), Morgan State University and Head Coach at Vassar College. He has coached and helped to develop dozens of players who played with Team Richmond AAU and went on to successful college careers. Some continue to enjoy professional basketball careers. Last season, Harris' team finished with a 23-10 record and finished in the Top-15 at the 2015 AAU Nationals in Louisville, KY, and in the Top 25 AAU Power Rankings. At the Nationals, the team went undefeated in pool play and advanced to the medal rounds and Sweet 16. Harris heads the Del Harris Basketball Academy focusing on fundamental skill development and community outreach. He also is the host of the “Del Harris Show” on Fox Sports Radio 1340 AM covering high school basketball in the Greater Richmond area.
16U Head Coach Daryl Robinson is entering his second year with Team Richmond-Garner Road. Daryl is a native of Farmville, VA where he finished his senior season as a First Team All-Conference basketball and football player. Daryl played his college basketball at Hagerstown Community College. After completing his basketball career at Hagerstown, he earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Virginia State University in Business Management. Daryl’s basketball coaching career includes five years coaching at Stafford and Brooke Point High Schools and seven years coaching AAU basketball. Daryl and his wife Zoneia reside in Fredericksburg with their three children.
13U Head Coach Kerry Williams is a native of New Jersey who moved to Richmond in 1996. He attended Hermitage High school and earned two letters before continuing his playing career at Division III Southern Virginia University. Williams has more than a decade of coaching experience, starting his career at Hopkins Elementary School in the Chesterfield Recreation League. In 2009, he became an assistant junior varsity boys basketball coach at Meadowbrook High School, helping lead the team to a perfect 20-0 season. In the 2014-15 season Williams became the head junior varsity boys coach and served as an assistant with the varsity. Williams has four previous seasons coaching AAU basketball, where he has secured several tournament championships as well as two state runner-up trophies ion the 14U and 16U age group. In the 2015-16 season, his 16U team advanced to the AAU Sweet 16 Nationals in Orlando, Fl.
17U Elite Head Coach
14U Head Coach Gardner L. KeaIon began coaching in 1990 at the Boys and Girls Brigade Club in North Carolina, remaining in that position until relocating to Virginia in 2008. Since moving to Virginia coach Kealon has mentor young men in church and inner City environments, providing mentorship and live skills tutoring. Kealon has previous experience coaching AAU basketball.