Best Assistant Coaches That Should Be Head Coaches

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    Who is on Cooper’s staff? As good a coach as Sully is, that has to be a great learning experience for whomever he has in staff.
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    I could see Dennie Webb and Brian Britt at Boyle County both becoming a head coach in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    I could see Dennie Webb and Brian Britt at Boyle County both becoming a head coach in the near future.
    I forgot about Dennie being at Boyle he is from up in my neck of the woods at the other Carter Co. School West Carter. He was a good player and a good guy from a really good family.

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    Another could be Danny Edelen from Male. He was at North Oldham and Waggener as a head coach before. Been an assistant the last few years. Has a stud 8th grade son. He could potentially land a job next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    I could see Dennie Webb and Brian Britt at Boyle County both becoming a head coach in the near future.
    I hope Webb gets the Boyle job when Adams decides to step down.

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    I thought about Dennie Webb also. He's a little too quiet but he sure knows his basketball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebelpride64 View Post
    I thought about Dennie Webb also. He's a little too quiet but he sure knows his basketball.
    He’s not as quiet as people think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebelpride64 View Post
    I thought about Dennie Webb also. He's a little too quiet but he sure knows his basketball.
    What does quite have to do with coaching as long as you win, could be a good thing.

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    I don't know enough about assistant coaches to offer much of an opinion, but I second the motions on Brent Sowder & Dennie Webb. Both are good coaches, good role models, & good men.

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    Agree about Sowder. He’s a gym rat. Puts in the time and has already had good success as a head coach for AAU. Great guy too!!

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    Why did Sowder leave Cooper?

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    List of assistants I see that could be head coaches soon enough:

    Nathan Browning - Boone County
    Travis Rasso - Ryle (Not sure if he wants to be one though)
    Andre Riddick - Conner
    Corey Sorrell - Covington Catholic
    Ross Hart - Beechwood
    Brandon Grammer - Holmes
    Bud Wimzie - Holmes (not sure he wants that role)
    Andre McClendon - Holy Cross (taking over for Schrand?)
    Ryan Borkowski - Walton Verona
    Nick Boerning - Newport

    These are just ones that I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KOTU View Post
    Agree with Richard Skinner comment...phenomenal basketball coach
    Nobody looks better in old school coach's shorts either.

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