Coach Demetrius A. Harrison
• 2012 NC A&T Sports Hall of Fame Inductee
• NC A&T MVP
• Associated Press Football All American
• Mel Blount Award for National Defensive Player of the Year
• MEAC First Team All Conference
• 2012 IFPA Certified Sports and Strengthening Specialist
• 2006-2014 GCAA Basketball Coach
Coach Gen-Nette' Pulley
Gen-Nette' Pulley brings a fresh and exciting spark to our organization and training staff. Pulley is not only dedicated to training excellent basketball players, but in return wants to develop great "Character" in student-athletes effectively and responsibly.
Pulley, a three year letter winner who had a brilliant collegiate career at USC demonstrated her versatility and team-first attitude by contributing; 17.0 pts(per game), 8.0 assists, 6.5 steals, 5.0 rebounds and averaged 38.7 mins. per game. As a student-athlete Pulley received many accolades; Freshman of the Year, D1 Bullentin Freshman All-American Team, NCAA Tournament Outstanding Defensive Player, 7th in conference scoring, 3rd in steals, All-Conference first team.
Pulley prepped at Fike High School as an outstanding player with great scoring ability and earned 2 MVPs, 2 Defensive Player of the Year, 2x State Runner Ups in NCHSAA, 3x All-Conference & All Area First Team. Along with an All-American candidacy an an invite to the NC North & South All- State games.
Gen-Nette' Pulley's experience as a student-athlete combined with her readiness and dedication will help contribute a great deal to Showcase Professional Training.
Robert (Moses) Chamblee
Robert (Moses) Chamblee is originally from Queens, NY. After moving to VA to focus on basketball, he was highly ranked coming out of high school and after being recruited by Cincinnati and UVA, he decided on Virginia State University. He played there and during his freshmen year decided to join the Marines after Sep. 11 attacks.
Moses played in the Marines for Camp Lejeune base team and was able to travel the country. After getting out, he went overseas and had a short playing career in Italy before the birth of his son prompted him to return. While back in the state, Moses has been involved in several leagues in Jacksonville, NC and surrounding areas and has trained several young adults in both post moves and dynamic athleticism as well as shooting. Now in Clayton, he is looking to take the best athletes in the triangle and make them shine.