A bunch of things going on as summer recruiting heats up…
- Shaheen Holloway’s new staff at St. Peter’s is starting to take shape. Earlier this week, I mentioned that Erik Goldbach would be hired in an administrative role (Daily Dirt – 7/10/18). The is now reporting that the full-time assistants will be former Seton Hall standout John Morton, former Seton Hall DBO Ryan Whalen, and former Rutgers Director of Basketball Administration Matt Eisele. An official staff announcement is expected shortly.
- I can confirm that University of Nebraska Omaha director of basketball operations Brett Putz will depart the staff to become and assistant at NJCAA DI Highland CC (IL). Putz had been at Omaha for the past two seasons. He previously served as an assistant at both Wayne State and St. Cloud State.
- I have heard that VMI DBO Vince Thibodeau will be hired as an assistant at NJCAA DI Richard Bland College (VA). Thibodeau had spent the past three seasons on the Keydets staff. RBC will also hire former Greensboro College player Raheem Martin. An official announcement here is expected shortly.
- It sounds like former High Point assistant Ahmad Dorsett is the leader for the vacant assistant spot at North Carolina A&T. Dorsett has been at HPU since 2011, and also worked as an assistant at Mount Saint Mary’s and Bowie State.
- I have heard that Temple University will promote graduate manager Mark Huber to Video Coordinator. He has been on the Temple staff for the past two seasons after wrapping up his playing career at Immaculata University (PA).
- I have heard from a great source that Jason Johnson is no longer the head basketball coach at Johnston CC (NC). Johnson had been the head coach at the school for the past two seasons. It sounds like a change in administration has forced him out.
- A full-time NAIA job in Tennessee has opened. More on this one shortly…
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