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Stanley Scott

Stanley Scott

Recruiting Director: Houston, Texas

35 years of coaching experience in high school, junior college, and a short stint in Europe, I feel that I am more than qualified to help young athletes realize their future in college athletics.

I have been in some very good programs and helped others build winning programs. Along the way I have coached some very talented athletes.

Some of these athletes went on to play pro football and baseball, but the one thing that always got me were the ones no one recruited.

College coaches are under a lot of stress and, unlike the days of old, the NCAA has cut scholarships and the cut to the number of coaches a program can have, the recruiting process has become very selective and they tend to ignore the player who is not in someone’s top 100 lists, thus passing on some great talent.

I feel that my job as a college recruiter is to get every athlete that can compete at the college level the chance to do so. This position allows me to do while as a coach I was unable to do, with teaching 6 to 7 classes a day, grading papers and coaching, it did not allow us time to talk to all the college coaches we needed to.

Time available to a high school coach is very limited and thus the process of recruiting lacks the attention it needs. If the college coach does not come to the high school then they will not be contacted most of the time. This is where I can help fill in the void that is left.

Location also plays a great role in recruiting by colleges. The smaller schools outside cities are ignored for the most part. Schools that do not make the play-offs constantly are left off the board.

I coached at one school on the border in Mexico and the colleges basically said because of this ethnic group they could not play college sports. While I was there and in charge of recruiting we sent football players to the University of Texas, University of Nebraska, University of Tennessee, Mayville State (North Dakota), and several other colleges. We sent numerous baseball players to colleges all over the state of Texas. Even got a couple of basketball players scholarships. The point is that location is part of the recruiting process. As a college recruiter I can get the athletes that can compete at the next level recognized and showcase their abilities.

Gemma-Marie Alhambra

Gemma Alhambra
Point Guard
5’6″ 125 lbs
Class of 2017 at  C.E. Ellison High School in Killeen, TX
Academics: GPA: 3.4 SAT: 950 ACT: 16
Potential Major: Chemistry

It is very important to have a “coach on the floor.” You have found her! Coaches are you ready? Gemma is a true point guard that is very fun to watch. Watching her is worth the price of admission. Gemma has great court vision and shines in full and half court action. She is as equally exciting on the defensive side of the floor.  She does not back down and does not worry about sacrificing her offensive abilities when her best defensive game is needed to stop an opponent.

Why should you be interested in Gemma?  You should be interested in Gemma because she is the definition of a point guard. Point guards are said to have the most comprehensive set of basketball skills on the team, sets up the offense, can pass, dribble, shoot, move efficiently, and defend or stay in front of most players. On the court, Gemma is a dynamic player and positive influence on the team. She is a floor general and a true point guard. She has the ability to break defenders down off the dribble. She has good lateral movement and goes hard to the basket. She can keep defenses honest as she can hit the open jumper if needed.  She is definitely a threat on both ends of the floor.

She is a member of the National Society Of High School Scholars and is ranked in the top 15% of her class. Gemma also volunteers at Killeen Family in Crisis Homeless Shelter as a scorekeeper for Killeen Parks and Recreation games, and an assistant coach for kids sports.

Recruiting Intangibles:     Coachability Intelligence Instincts Court Awareness Mental Toughness

Final Thoughts:    
Gemma leads by example in the classroom and on and off the court. She is a Distinguished Academic All-District 2013 to present, 1st Team All-District 2016-2017, and 2nd Team All-District 2015-2016.  She carries herself with honor and respect for her coaches, teammates, and her school.  As shown by her giving nature as a volunteer, she will bring great credit to the college/university that she attends.

James Reyes

James Reyes: High School Football Recruit 2019. Height 5’10, Weight 195lbs.

Sophomore :  Bonduel High School Bonduel, WI. Academics: GPA: N/A ACT: N/A SAT: N/A

This young man is a student of the game. He’s constantly studying the game of football, looking for ways to get better. His dream has always been to play college football at the highest level.

We believe he has the talent and the physical athletic ability to compete at the college level. If this young man was to get into the right football program and receive outstanding coaching, we believe his athletic ability would greatly improve.

Because of James’ willingness to accept coaching and the work he puts in year-round, we believe strongly that he has the potential to start as a college freshman.

Having the opportunity to meet James your coaching staff will be very impressed with this young man. James is very goal-oriented and we believe your coaching staff should take a serious look at James Reyes. James has the skills to change an entire game with his athletic ability, his incredible work ethic, and his passion to succeed.

Recruiting Intangibles:

1. Coachable

2. He’s a student of the game

3. Loves football

4. Has attended many camps and showcases

5. James has been on Varsity Since his freshman year

Final Thoughts:

James is passionate about football.

He is a student of the game and has the one things coaches can’t teach: Desire!

Take a serious look today at James Reyes, he will not let you down. His brother Derek McCartney is a current member of the University of Colorado football team.

Ashley Ford

Ashley Ford, Position: Guard 5’9″, 165 lbs

Class of 2017 at Eastern Oklahoma State College in Wilburton, Oklahoma

Academics:  GPA: 2.8

Potential Major: Animal Science

Recruiting Intangibles:  

1. Toughness

2. Decision-making

3. Physicality

4. Decisiveness

5. Determination

Ashley slices, dices, and carves up defenses with her ability to get to the basket anytime she wants. Ashley has the body of a forward with the skills of a guard. She can be a matchup nightmare for teams as she can take bigger players off the dribble and also back down smaller players. She understands how to draw additional defenders and then find an open teammate.

Ashley has the playmaking ability that all good teams need to sustain or build a winning program.  She would be a welcomed addition to any program that she signs with.

Ashley’s coaches see her as a very strong athlete that gets to the basket with ease.  She can wreak havoc on zones from the elbow to short corner.  She has a decent mid-range jumper and can keep defenses honest.

Final Thoughts:

A different path does not mean that it is the wrong path.  The JUCO path is not easy for most as some “give up”.  These are two words that you will not hear from Ashley Ford.  It’s simply not allowed.

Jason Geter

Jason Geter
Scouting Director: Lincolnton, NC

Jason is a husband and father of two children. Jason has been involved in sports since 1987 when he started playing youth football and basketball. Jason turned out to pretty good football player, being able to make to the 1998 Shrine Bowl his senior year which features the top 50 players from North Carolina against South Carolina.

Jason attended Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, TN. In Jason’s senior year, he was a nominee for the Cactus Bowl Division II All-Star game. Jason graduated from Carson-Newman with a degree in Psychology. After college Jason signed a contract to play in the Arena Football League. Jason was able to play for three different teams during his career.

After Jason’s playing career ended he began helping in his community mentoring youth as well as coaching little league sports. Jason believes that this is where it truly starts. Jason found pleasure in being able to shape and mold young athletes and being able to teach the fundamentals of the game.

Jason has worked with many high school athletes and he has a great relationship with parents and athletes within his community.

Jason has a great deal of experience from sports and going through the recruiting process himself. With Jason’s experience he will be able to lead student athletes and their parents down the right path.

Dwuana Lee

Dwuana “Dafne” Lee

Recruiting Director: Winchester, VA; Hagerstown, Frederedrick, and Baltimore, MD


University of Maryland, BS Coppin State University Graduate School (Active)

Professional Summary: quite simply I am a person with the leadership, knowledge and organizational skills to get the job done with excellence. Planning to make an impact on student-athletes, the university and the local, national and international communities

High School Coaching Experience

Western High School

(2011-2014) MPSSA 4A Regionals

MPSSAA Regional Semi-finals (2011, 2013, 2014)

Coppin Academy High School (2008-2011)

**BCPSS Charter School League Champions (2008-2010)

2009 Undefeated Season 14-0

2010 Record 15-2

2011 Record 16-3

Overall Record 45-5!

Forest Park High School (2007-08)

First .500 winning season ever!!! Record (8-8)

South Side Academy High School (1999-2007)

BCPSS 1st Inaugural Undefeated Season 2001-02 Record 15-0!

** MPSSAA Championship-2005, MPSSAA Finalist-(2004, 2006), MPSSAA Semi-Finals- (2004-2006)

College Coaching Experience

Hagerstown Community College (Assistant Coach) 2014-2016

2014-15 Regional Finalists, 2014-15 Maryland JUCCO Tournament Finalist

2015-16 Regional Champions!, 2015-16 Maryland JUCCO Tournament Champions!

2015-16 NJCAA D2 Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament participants

Baltimore City Community College- (Assistant Coach) 1999-2000

Baltimore Community College of Catonsville- (Associate Head Coach) 1994-96 & (1998-1999)

Amateur Playing Experience

University of Maryland 1988-92

1988-89 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Final Four

Final Four, ACC Regular Season Champions and ACC Tournament Champions

1990- NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Sweet 16

1990- United States Sports Festival Olympic

Gold Medalist- Minneapolis, Minnesota

Grabbed School Scoring Record in ACC League Play (39pts) vs. WakeForest

1991- NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Sweet Sixteen

1992- Team Ranked #1 in AP Women’s Division I Collegiate Basketball,

NCAA Women’s Basketball Division I Elite “8”

Professional Playing Experience


1993- Switzerland-(Nike-Pully) Division 1 League

1994- Belgium-(Eos Deist) Division 1 League Champions

1995- Israel D1-ASA Jerusalem

1996- Greece D1League

1997- Israel- Elite Shur Holon: Rhonchetti Cup Division 1 Champions, Israeli Division 1 League

1998-99- China Elite Exhibition Team

Educational Experience:

Coppin State University: 2011-current

Graduate School of Education> concentration: (Special Education)

University of Maryland College Park: 1988-93 concentration: (Family and Consumer Science)

Walbrook High School: 1984-1988: concentration: (College Preparatory)

Dwuana “Dafne” Lee is a Baltimore native and basketball connoisseur.  Raised in the Cherry Hill community, Lee’s love for basketball and her precise skill in the game was nurtured first by family, friends and community leaders from her Cherry Hill neighborhood.  When her family relocated to the Walbrook Junction community, Lee continued her involvement in sports and became a star player at Walbrook Senior High School.

After graduating from Walbrook Senior High School, Lee enrolled at the University of Maryland, College Park and became a star NCAA Division I Women’s basketball player. Her many accolades as a collegiate ball player includes the opportunity to be part of a 1988-89 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Final Four player; Final Four, ACC Regular Season Champions and ACC Tournament Champions player; 1990- NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Sweet 16 player; 1990- United States Sports Festival Olympic Gold Medalist- Minneapolis, Minnesota; 1991- NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Sweet Sixteen player; 1992- Team Ranked #1 in AP Women’s Division I Collegiate Basketball player; and NCAA Women’s Basketball Division I Elite “8” player.

Upon graduating from the University of Maryland, College Park, Lee became a highly sought after overseas, professional basketball player. Her professional basketball career began in 1993 on a Division I (Nike-Pully) League in Switzerland. In 1994, Lee was part of the Division I League Champions in Belgium, In 1995, she played Division I basketball in Israel.  In 1996, Lee was part of a Division I League in Greece.  In 1997, she played for the Israeli Division I League, and her team won the Elite Shur Holon: Rhonchetti Cup Division I championship. From 1998-99, Lee played on the China Elite Exhibition Team.

After retiring from playing pro basketball, Lee started coaching college and high school basketball.  From 1994 –1996 and from 1998-1999, she served as the Associate Head Basketball Coach at Baltimore City Community College.  From 1999 – 2000, Lee served as the Assistant Basketball Coach at Baltimore City Community College.  From 2014 – 2016, she coached winning teams in the NJCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament, the 2015-16 JUCCO Tournament Championship (regional champions), and the 2014 – 2015 Maryland JUCCO Tournament championship (finalists). From 2014 – 2016, Lee served as the Assistant Coach at Hagerstown Community College.  Currently, she assists with recruitment at Frederick Community College.

As a high school basketball coach, Lee has led several local high school teams to championships including Western High School (2011-2014 MPSSA 4A Regionals & MPSSAA Regional Semi-finals in 2011, 2013 & 2014); Coppin Academy High School (2008-2011); BCPSS Charter School League Champions (2008-2010); Forest Park High School (2007-08); and South Side Academy High School (1999-2007). Lee’s most important job has been raising her teen son, R.J. Blakney. She is grooming him to continue their family’s basketball legacy.

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