I was a four-year varsity starter at Woodlawn High School, Baton Rouge, LA. I became the first Louisiana Athlete to score over 2,700 points and to be selected to 1st Team All-District, 1st Team All-City and 1st Team All-Parish all 4 years.
Going on to play for the Louisiana State University Tigers, where I was a member of the 1986 NCAA Final Four Team and the 1985 SEC Championship team. While a member of LSU, I learned the importance of basketball fundamental understanding from Head Coach Dale Brown and former LA Lakers assistant coach, “Tex” Winter.
I went on to television broadcasting for Raycom Sports and Jefferson Pilot Sports network. I was also an assistant coach at Chaffey Junior College, where the program enjoyed back-to-back league championships in 1991-1993. I have coached high school varsity level travel basketball, both boys and girls teams, for the past 15 years. I am a Certified Speed, Agility and Quickness professional, training over 100 athletes (in Basketball, Football, Baseball, Softball, Water Polo, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, and Cheer)
The most rewarding part of working for NCSA is that I get to educate and guide families through this recruiting process, setting them up for maximum success once they make the commitment to achieve the goal of college athletics. I reside in Southern California with my wife, daughter, and two sons.