PSB CHARLOTTE LEADERSHIP TEAM
PSB Charlotte Leadership Team
Brendan oversees and directs all of Pro Skills Basketball in Charlotte. He graduated from J.K. Mullen High School in Denver, Colorado in 2001 after winning the 5A State Championship and being named 1st team All-Tournament. He then attended Worcester Academy Prep School in Massachusetts as a post-graduate student.
After a successful prep school year, Brendan accepted a scholarship to play for the Davidson College Wildcats in 2002. After a successful 4 season and graduating in 2006 with a degree in English, Brendan decided to pursue his lifelong dream of playing in the NBA. Read More
Lena is a native of Nashville, Tennessee where she attended Hume Fogg Academic Magnet high school.
Since receiving her degree in economics from the University of South Carolina, she’s worked in a variety of fields including medical sales and non-profit finance. Her favorite hobbies are running and attending live music shows.
She currently lives with her husband and two children in Hunterville, North Carolina.
Jason works with Brendan Winters to run all of Pro Skills Basketball in the north Charlotte area. He graduated from Canton McKinley Senior High School in Canton, Ohio in 2005 after reaching two state Final Fours and winning the Division 1 State Championship. He was then offered multiple Division 1 scholarships, but unfortunately, two ACL tears back to back interfered with his transition from high school to college.
Jason went on to play in college at Highland Community College in Freeport, IL. After a coaching change, Jason transferred to Northeast Community College in Norfolk, NE. There Jason average 16 ppg, 7 apg, and 3 spg and was named 1st Team All-Conference and JUCO All-American Honorable Mention. Due to his outstanding play, Jason received a scholarship to Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA. At Mercyhurst Jason once again had an injury filled season and wound up playing 14 mpg while averaging 6 ppg, 4 rpg, and 4 apg.
After graduating in 2012 with a degree in Business Communications, Jason was offered a job with with the Mexican basketball club “Coras De Tepic” in Tepic, Nayarit as a part of the “Cibacopa League”. After playing with the club and averaging 8 ppg and 5 apg, Jason left the team due to a contract dispute and never played professionally again.
After his short span in Mexico, Jason moved to Houston, TX and while working a full time job began coaching and training youth basketball players. Jason moved to Charlotte in 2015 and immediately began coaching with Pro Skills Basketball. After 2 years of being an outstanding coach and trainer, PSB hired Jason full-time to be their North Charlotte Manager, handling all PSB activities, including teams, camps, clinics, and training in the Lake Norman area of Charlotte, NC.
Jason comes from a large family of athletes, including NBA retiree uncles, Eric Snow and Michael Hawkins. Jason is now happily married and lives in Charlotte, NC.
Colin works with Brendan Winters to run all of Pro Skills Basketball in the south Charlotte area. He grew up in Old Bridge, New Jersey, and attended Timothy Christian School where he was a 3-sport letter winner in soccer, basketball, and baseball. Out of high school, Colin was recruited for basketball by University of Valley Forge, Lancaster Bible College, and Lock Haven University, and visited Valley Forge and Lancaster. However, rather than play small school college basketball, Colin chose to go to a bigger Division I school as a student.
After high school, Colin attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. He graduated from Liberty with a Bachelor’s degree in Sport Management and a minor in Coaching.
After college, Colin interned with ProCamps Worldwide as the marketing and operations intern for the greater New York area. He ran marketing and operations for sports camps for pro athletes such as C.C. Sabathia, Justin Tuck, Kyrie Irving, Carmelo Anthony, and many others. Colin was then hired as the head JV boys basketball coach and assistant varsity boys basketball coach at Timothy Christian School in Piscataway, NJ. In 2014 he was also hired as the Athletic Coordinator at Timothy Christian School and remained in those positions until October 2015. In November of 2015, Colin moved to Charlotte and became the assistant JV boys basketball coach at Charlotte Christian School where he currently holds that position. Colin started with Pro Skills Basketball in the spring of 2016 as a PSB Select 10th grade coach and did such a great job that in September of 2016 he was hired full-time as the South Charlotte Manager, responsible for all teams, camps, clinics, and training in the South Charlotte area.
Colin’s mother, Lauren, and father, Don, live in Old Bridge, New Jersey. He also has two brothers, Matt and Jared, who live in New York City, NY.
Elite Teams Asst. Director
Sim became the PSB 17U Elite team head coach in 2016 and was promoted to Assistant Director in 2017. He is a Boston, MA native that has lived in Charlotte since high school. He attended Hickory Grove Christian where he starred as a point guard and was an All-Conference player.
Sim went on to play at Wilkes Community College and later earned his degree in Sports Management from Pfieffer University.
Since that time Sim has been a fixture in Charlotte’s youth coaching scene. He has coached middle school, high school and AAU teams over the past 10 plus years. Sim has coached some of the areas best players and has a reputation of helping connect players to colleges.
Since joining PSB as the 17U Elite coach Sim has been instrumental in the growth and development of the Elite program and its continued success. In 2017 Sim’s team captured the championship at the prestigious Nike Memorial Classic.
Coach Frazier lives in Charlotte with his fiancee and daughter, Riley, and son, Trey.
Lake Norman Camp Director & Team Manager
B.J. works with Jason Snow to manage teams and direct camps in Lake Norman. He was a standout player his junior and senior year (2000-2002) at Starkville High School in Starkville, Mississippi. During his senior year he was selected Dandy Dozen, one of the top twelve high school players for the state of Mississippi. B.J. was a all-state selection his junior and senior year in high school, and district 5-5A all first team for his area.
After high school B.J. attended Okaloosa -Walton Community College in Niceville, FL where his team won the Florida Junior College championship (2002-2003). After Junior college B.J. accepted a scholarship to Jacksonville State University (2003-2006). For the Gamecocks his junior season, B.J. averaged 11.9 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 1.8 assists, while leading his team with 53 three point shots made for the season. B.J. had a break out senior season with a team leading 15.3 points per game, 3.6 rebounds, 1.9 assists. The 2005-2006 season B.J broke JSU records for 3 pointers made in a season (84), 3 pointers made in a game (8), and 3 point field goal shooting percentage for a season (45.8%). B.J. was also named in Street and Smith ranking 9th in the nation for three point shooting percentage for the season.
After Jacksonville State, B.J. went on to play professionally for six years in Europe. B.J. played two years in Spain Leb Silver (Balnerio de Archena and Matchmind Carrefour). One year in Iceland (KFI). One year in Poland (Gornik Walbrazych). One year in Portugal (Ovarense). One year in Lebanon (Antranik).
B.J. is currently a teacher and basketball coach at Davidson Day School in Davidson, NC.
Waxhaw Camp Director & Team Manager
Adam oversees all Pro Skills Basketball programs, including clinics, camps, and teams, that are run out of the Waxhaw area, specifically Marvin Ridge High School and Middle School. He grew up in Northern Virginia in the Fairfax area, and he attended Bethlehem Baptist Christian Academy. He was named a senior all-star of the Tri-State athletic conference his final year there after averaging 15 points and 7 assists a game. He went on to play at Clearwater Christian College for four years under Coach Del Wubbena and earned his degrees in Accounting and Business Administration. A few years later he would go on to earn his Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of South Florida.
Out of college, Adam took a job teaching and coaching in a private school in Pennsylvania. He moved back to the Clearwater area in Florida after three years to work on his Master’s and coached again for three years. In 2007, he moved to the Charlotte area and helped to open Marvin Ridge High School and was able to work with Gosnell White for 7 years. He is currently in his 4th season as head coach and the team has improved their win totals each year.
For 9 summers, Adam has worked for one of the premier summer camps in the Northeast starting as the basketball director and ending his time there overseeing all daytime activities. It was a great opportunity for his family to also spend time with his wife’s family who live in Pennsylvania within a short drive of the camp.
Adam has 3 brothers, 2 of which live in the Charlotte area and a younger brother that lives near Charlottesville, Virginia. His mother lives on the Outer Banks and now considers herself an “islander.” Adam lives in the town of Waxhaw, N.C. with his wife and two children.
Antonio grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina and graduated from Wakefield High School in 2009. He went on to attend Queens University of Charlotte on a full ride to play basketball from 2009-2013.
During his senior season at Queens University, he led the Royals in points per game with 20.1 and 7 rebounds, in free throw percentage with 78% and 52% shooting from the field. Antonio was named as Daktronics All-Region Second Team, NABC Southeast Region First Team, Conference Carolinas All-Conference First Team, and Southeast All-District First Team. With all the Awards and Honors, He was honored to play in the Division II All-Star game in Louisville, Kentucky. Antonio earned a degree in Communication and minor in Leadership.
After graduating from Queens, Antonio spent a year playing professionally overseas in Bamberg, Germany from 2013-2014. He retired playing after a year, and Antonio then became a Video Coordinator for the men’s basketball program at the University Of Tennessee at Chattanooga for then head coach, Will Wade.
In 2017, Antonio accepted a position as an assistant basketball coach at Myers Park for the Varsity Boys Program and also joined the PSB family as a coach.
Mike runs all Pro Skills Basketball camps in the Ballantyne area, specifically the ones out of Ardrey Kell High School and Community House Middle School. He played college basketball at Wingate University where he was a four year letter winner. Upon graduation from Wingate, Craft earned his master’s degree in history from ASU, where he got his start in college coaching.
Mike is currently in his 24th year of coaching basketball. Craft has spent the last seven years as the head coach of Ardrey Kell High School. Before his appointment as the coach at AK, Craft spent 16 years on the collegiate level with stops at Appalachian State University (four years), Wingate University (six years), Western Carolina University (five years), and Davidson College (one year). While at Davidson, Craft worked for one of the most respected coaches in the country, Bob McKillop.
Craft has built the Knights into a contender each and every year. In 2012-2013, the Knights won a school record 23 games while starting out the season winning twelve straight games. AK has won at least 20 games in three out of the last five years. In the school’s third and fourth years of existence, the Knights made magical runs in the state playoffs and reached the Elite Eight. During his first year, Craft led the first-year school to many exciting victories while garnering “Coach of the Year” honors.
Craft has coached several players who have gone on to play professional basketball, including NBA players Kevin Martin and Lorinza Harrington.
Jody runs all Pro Skills Basketball camps in the Concord area, specifically at Cox Mill High School. He grew up in Mt. Pleasant, NC and played high school basketball at Mr. Pleasant High School. Coach Barbee was 16 points shy of scoring 1,000 points there and holds the record for 3’s in a game (9). He then moved on and played his college ball at Belmont Abbey in Belmont, NC.
Coach Barbee began his coaching career at Concord High under his high school coach but is currently in his 5th season as the head coach of the Cox Mill Chargers in Concord. During the 2016-17 season, Jody led the Chargers to a NCHSAA 3A State Championship over Eastern Guilford. Over the past four seasons, Coach Barbee and the Charger basketball program have compiled a record of (91-27) winning the South Piedmont Conference in 2015 & 2017 along with two conference tournaments.
Coach Barbee is married to his beautiful wife Felisha and they have three children.