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Living Trophies

Brad Beal

Washington Wizards




​Randolph Childress Wake Forest University -Assistant Coach
Cameron Dollar University of Washington-Assistant Coach  
Vytataus Valiulis – Zenit – St. Petersburg Russia – Skill Development Coach

Kimmie English – University of Tennessee - Assistant Coach 

Antwon Jackson East Carolina University - Assistant Coach

Nate James Duke University - Associate Head Coach

Joshua Merkel Randolph-Macon College - Head Coach

Curtis Staples - Lakeway Christian Academy – Head Coach 

Jason Harris - North Carolina Central – Assistant Coach WBB 

Marty Keithline - Bishop McNamara High School – Head Coach 
G.J. Kissal – Good Counsel High School – Head Coach 

Joe McDonald – Landon School – Assistant Coach
Reggie Cameron – St. Joseph – Assistant Coach 
Chris Jones – Video Coordinator – Utah Jazz
Pierre Bakinde – General Manager at Sports For Life Shanghei
Joseph Katuka – Montverde Academy – Assistant Coach 
​​Nick Diatta – Montverde Academy – Middle School Head Coach
Dmitry Zimin – Russian National 3x3 Basketball Head Coach


Cory Alexander - ESPN announcer 

Ron Thompson - Comcast announcer

Tarik Turner - Fox Sports 1/Big East

LD Williams - Video Coordinator, Brooklyn Nets


​Gabby Belardo - Brijos de Guayama, Puerto Rico 

James Bell – Brindisi BC, Italy
Justin Jackson - Atomeromu SE, Hungary 

Landry Nnoko - Alba Berlin, Germany 
Roger Moute - G League, Rio Grande Vipers

Luc Mbah A Moute - NBA Houston Rockets

Ruslan Pateev - MBA Moscow, Russia

Marcus Capers - London Lightning, Canada
Kasey Hill - Wilki Morskie Szczecin, Poland
Haukur Palsson - Andorra, Spanish 
Isaiah Armwood - G League – Lakeland Magic
Lasan Kroman - Cholet Basketball, France
Kethan Savage - G League, OKC Blue
Paris Maragkos - Larisa Basketball, Greece

Patricio Garino - Zalgriris, Kaunas, Lithuania

Kevin Larsen - Breogan Club Baloncesto, Spain
Markel Starks - Selmart Zielona Góra, Poland 
Makhel Hopkins - Cedevite Olimpija BC, Solvenia
Marcus Derrickson - Busan KT Sonicboom, Korea
LJ Peak - Utsunomiya Brex, Japan
Paul White - G League, Salt Lake City Stars
Tre Campbell – KK Bogosca, Bosnia
Isaac Copeland - G.S. Lavrio BC, Greece
Trey Morning - G League, Sioux Falls Sky Hawks
Jesse Govan - Samsung Thunder, Korea
Sheldon Jeter - G League, Maine Red Claws

Jamil Artis - BC Juventus, Lithuania 
Mike Young - Al Nasr, Dubai
Cameron Johnson - NBA - Phoenix Suns
Jared Wilson-Frame - G League – 905, Canada 
Rozelle Nix - Illiabum Clube, Portugal
Ryan Luther - Darussafaka Tekfen, Turkey
Cyril Langevine – KFUM Jamtland Basket, Sweden

Jeff Dowtin - Orlando Magic 



Kevin Sutton enters his third season with Rhode Island in 2020-2021. Sutton has been a part of Coach Cox’s staff that has amass two very successful seasons with 39 wins, several players earning Individual awards on the court and in the class room.

Sutton comes to Rhode Island after spending the last two seasons at Pitt. He has 13 seasons of coaching at the collegiate level, including stops at Georgetown, George Washington, James Madison and Old Dominion. A coaching veteran with 35 years of experience, Sutton has spent three different stints coaching for USA Basketball. He was an assistant coach for two years at the Hoop Festival for the East, helping the Junior Developmental Team (U16) win gold at the FIBA Americas Tournament in Argentina. He also was the head coach for the Nike/USA Basketball Hoop Summit, which showcased the top 10 international players against the top 10 U.S. players.

During his time with Georgetown, Sutton helped the team to a 55-44 record with a pair of postseason appearances during his tenure with the Hoyas. In his second year with the program, Georgetown went 22-11 overall and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Sutton arrived at Georgetown following two seasons as an assistant coach at George Washington. He also had a pair of two-year stints as an assistant coach at both James Madison and Old Dominion.

In addition to his collegiate coaching experience, Sutton coached at five nationally-ranked high school programs – Flint Hill Prep (1988-90), Harker Prep (1990-92), St. John’s Prospect Hall (1992-98), Montrose Christian and Montverde Academy (2004-11) – amassing a 489-102 record and winning two national championships. In 1998, he was the associate head coach on the USA Today Super 25 National Championship team and in 2007, he was the head coach of the Montverde Academy Hoops.Com National Championship team.

At Montverde Academy, Sutton coached seven nationally ranked teams and compiled a 186-33 record, while turning out 55 Division I scholarship athletes and three All-America selections.

Sutton has built a reputation of being an outstanding teacher of the game of basketball, helping more than 130 student-athletes earn college scholarships at all levels. Some of the notable players that Sutton has helped develop include: Cory Alexander (Virginia), Soloman Alibi (Florida State), Arron Bain (Villanova), Jason Capel (North Carolina), Randolph Childress (Wake Forest), Cameron Dollar (UCLA), Kim English (Missouri), Dash Harris (Texas A&M), Patricio Garino (George Washington), Exree Hipp (Maryland), Nate James (Duke), Joseph Katuka (George Washington), George Lynch (North Carolina), Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (UCLA), Steve Moundou-Missi (Harvard), L.D. Williams (Wake Forest) and Serge Zwikker (North Carolina).

Sutton also has more than 20 years of coaching experience at every level of basketball camps and clinics, including the Nike Hoops Jamboree, Nike All-American Camp, Michael Jordan Flight School and the LeBron James Skills Academy, among others.

A 1988 graduate of James Madison, Sutton was a three-year letterwinner for the Dukes.

Sutton and his wife, Beth, have four children, Aaron, Kayleigh, Isaiah and Rileigh.




Tel: 703-855-8533

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