Billy Hubly, a graduate assistant on the Georgia Tech men’s basketball staff the last two years, has been named to the post of video coordinator, head coach Brian Gregory announced Friday.
Hubly, 25, has spent the last two years contributing to the Yellow Jackets’ on-court individual instruction and team practices, helping organize and administer Tech’s annual summer basketball camps, analyzing game film for recruiting and player development, organizing scouting materials and statistical analysis reports and handling the organization and inventory of all player performance gear.
“Billy has been a tremendous asset to our program the last two years and will continue to excel in his new role,” said Gregory. “His work ethic, knowledge of our system, and expertise with our video technology are exceptional. I know he is excited about the new challenge in front of him.”
While serving his graduate assistantship at Tech, Hubly worked toward his Master’s degree in Management from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Ill., which he received in May of 2015. The Elk Grove, Ill., native earned his Bachelor’s degree in Recreation Administration in August of 2012 from St. Francis, where he played basketball on scholarship for the Fighting Saints and earned All-Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (NAIA) honors three times.
Hubly replaces Trent Angelucci, who accepted the director of men’s basketball operations position at Eastern Kentucky in June.