PSB Denver Leadership Team
Director of PSB Denver
Alex Schnaidt - Assistant Director of PSB Denver
Alex Schnaidt grew up in Southeast Aurora, Colorado and was a 2003 graduate of Grandview High School. He was a 3 year letterman in basketball and a 2 year letterman in soccer. Alex was the starting point guard on Grandview’s first Final Four team in 2003.
Alex had opportunities to play both soccer and basketball in college. Ultimately he accepted a scholarship to play basketball at Western State University in Gunnison, Colorado. After two years, Alex decided to return to Denver where he finished college at Metro State University while majoring in Math and Physical Education.
When back in Denver, Alex began his coaching career at Grandview High School under longtime high school coach, Gary Childress. Alex spent 3 years as a Varsity Assistant before taking over the Freshman team for 5 seasons. In his final year at Grandview he served as the Head Varsity Assistant coach. Alex then went to accept the same position at Smoky Hill High School. He spent one season there before switching over to Regis Jesuit High School where he served as the Head JV coach for one season under legendary coach, Ken Shaw. Currently, Alex serves as the Head Varsity Assistant coach for Cherry Creek High School.
In addition to his time coaching high school basketball, Alex has spent over 8 years working with young players on skill and shooting development. He has worked with players of all levels from beginners all the way through players that currently play Division 1 college basketball. He has a passion for coaching the game of basketball and it shows in his easy ability to connect with kids and teach them the finer points of the game.
Alex began working with Pro Skills Basketball in the spring of 2016. He has served as a PSB Select Coach and a Skills Trainer.
Jordan Kelley - Girls Director of PSB Denver
Jordan graduated from Campbell County High School in Gillette, Wyoming in 2011. Over the course of her high school career she was a two-time Wyoming State Champion, three-time All-State honoree, & four-time All-Conference honoree. In addition, she was selected as the Wyoming 4A Player of the Year and Gatorade Player of the Year in both 2010 and 2011…during her senior year, she was also named a Top-40 Parade All-American and a McDonald’s All-American.
Following high school, Jordan joined Washington State University in the PAC-12 conference on a full ride athletic scholarship. She appeared in 25 games her freshman year before injuring both shoulders. She sat out 2012-13 due to injury. During that time she decided to transfer back to her home state and play at the University of Wyoming in the Mountain West Conference. Due to NCAA rules Jordan sat out the 2013-2014 basketball season.
Jordan played in all 30 games her junior year (2014-15) and had a career high of 22 points against Colorado State. She was also named Mountain West Newcomer of the Year. Jordan started in 11 games her senior year before suffering a career ending knee injury against San Diego State. At that time she was averaging 10.5 points and 9.3 rebounds, and had already recorded 4 double-doubles on the season.
Over the course of Jordan’s basketball career, she spent a lot of time reflecting and realized that she wanted to further her career by coaching. She gained lots of knowledge on and off the court and different perspectives to take on to coaching women’s basketball. Jordan graduated in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotions and also was on the Mountain West All-Academic team.
After graduating Jordan moved to Denver to pursue basketball coaching. In September, she became the varsity assistant for Regis Jesuit High School. During that time RJ made it to the final four of 5A Colorado State tournament. Jordan also received the WBCA High School Assistant Coach of the Year award and was recognized at the 2016 NCAA Women’s Final Four.
Jordan started coaching a 6th grade girls team with Pro Skills in Spring of 2017. Throughout the Spring and Summer she helped run various camps, clinics, and helped grow the girls division of Pro Skills. Currently she still coaches at Regis Jesuit & coaches 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls with Pro Skills.
Jordan has been loved and supported by her parents, Bruce and Carmin Kelley. She was born and raised in Gillette, WY along side her brother, Cody, and her sister, Jayce. Cody is a redshirt sophomore on the men’s basketball team at the University of Wyoming and Jayce is a senior in high school.