NC Central

NC Central Dirt…

I can confirm that North Carolina Central will add Thomas Carr and Brian Graves to their men’s basketball staff as assistant coaches. They will replace Eric Wilson (assistant coach College of Charleston), and Luke D’Alessio (head coach Fayetteville State). Carr had spent the past two seasons on Kevin Keatts staff at NC State as the

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Daily Dirt – 5/15/19

A few things that I’ve heard… James Madison assistant Tim Johnson has accepted a spot on Bob Richey’s staff at Furman. Last season was his second at JMU – he also spent four seasons on the staff at his alma mater Wofford. It sounds like NC Central assistant Eric Wilson is the leader to replace

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Daily Dirt- 8/28/16

Catching-up on a few things that I’ve heard… Last week, I blogged about the hirings of Reggie Sharp and Luke D’Alessio as assistant coaches at NC Central (North Carolina Central Dirt). I neglected to mention that Dan Tharpe has also been hired as the Director of Basketball Operations. He has been an assistant coach at

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North Carolina Central Dirt…

HoopDirt.com has learned that North Carolina Central University head coach LeVelle Moton will add Reggie Sharp and Luke D’Alessio to his staff as assistant coaches. Sharp had been as assistant at Jacksonville State since 2011. He has also worked at Florida A&M and Mississippi Valley State. D’Alessio has served as a DI assistant at both

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NC Central Staff Update

North Carolina Central University’s men’s basketball program has added two assistant coaches to the staff for the upcoming season, Chuck Taylor and Eric Wilson. NCCU men’s basketball head coach LeVelle Moton is excited about the coaching additions, and what experience they bring to the program. “Chuck is highly respected in the landscape of college basketball,”

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Sunshine State Dirt…

Some things that I heard from the great state of Florida… It sounds like new Florida head coach Michael White will bring assistants Darris Nichols and Jordan Mincy with him from Louisiana Tech.  I have also heard that Associate head coach Dusty May will have a spot on the Gators staff if he does not

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