Kevin Sutton

Assistant Coach, Georgetown Basketball

Coach Sutton is assistant basketball coach for the Georgetown Hoyas. Sutton has 26 years of coaching experience. During those years he has been a college assistant five years at James Madison University, Old Dominion University and George Washington University. In addition, Sutton coached at five nationally ranked high school programs: Flint Hill Preparatory, Harked Preparatory, St. John’s Prospect Hall, Montrose Christian, and Montverde Academy.

Sutton has amassed an overall coaching record of 475-115. He has won two National Championships: 1998 he was the Associate Head Coach on the USA Today Super 25 National Champion team and in 2007 he was the Head Coach of Montverde Academy Hoops.Com National Champion team. He has also coach two different schools to second place national finishes: 1999 his Montrose Christian team finished 2nd in the nation among Christian school at the National Association of Christian Athletes and then in 2010 his Montverde Academy team was runner-up in the ESPN/Rise Magazine National High School Invitational.

Coach Sutton has built the reputation of being an outstanding teacher of the game of basketball. He has help develop and place well over 130 student-athletes into college on scholarships at all levels. Some of his notable players are: George Lynch (UNC), Arron Bain (Villanova), Randolph Chilldress (Wake Forest), Cory Alexander (Virginia), Exree Hipp (Maryland), Serge Zwikker (UNC), Chiech Dia (Georgetown), Cameron Dollar (UCLA), Jason Harris (Fordham), Nate James (Duke), Jason Capel (UNC), Jason Conley (Missouri), Marvin Lewis (Ga. Tech), Charles Cook (Mt. St. Mary’s), Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (UCLA), Vytataus Valulis (Citadel), LD Williams (Wake Forest), Solomon Alabi (Florida State), Joseph Katuka (George Washington University), James Wang (Williams), Dashan Harris (Texas A & M), Marcus Capers (Washington), Jamail Jones (Marquette), Rob Chubb (Auburn), Idong Ibok (Michigan State), Ugo Okam and Steve Missi (Harvard), James Bell (Villanova), Marcus Capers (Washington State), Haukur Palsson (Maryland), and many others.

His reputation as an outstanding teacher affords him the opportunity to work the following prestigious camps: Nike Hoops Jamboree, Nike All-American Camp, Michael Jordan Flight School, LeBron James Skills Academy, Steve Nash Skills Academy, Kobe Bryant Skills Academy, Amare Stoudemire Skills Academy, and Paul Pierce Skills Academy.

Sutton was selected to coach for USA Basketball on three different occasions. He was an assistant coach at the Hoop Festival for the East team. He had a 2-year stint with the Junior Developmental Team U16, which won the Gold Medal in the FIBA Americas Tournament in Mendoza, Argentina. The following year, the same team, now U17, won the Gold Medal in the World Championships in Hamburg, Germany. His third opportunity to work with USA Basketball was as the head coach of Nike/USA Basketball Hoop Summit, a game that showcases the top 10 International players that represent the “World Team” verses the 10 of the top American players in a showcase game. Sutton’s USA team won the game 92-80 over the World Team.

Speaking and conducting clinics in Italy, Japan, China, Germany and Argentina has given Sutton the opportunity to share his knowledge and impact the basketball world globally. He has made 12 DVD’s with Championship Productions and has written several articles that have appeared in the basketball magazines FIBA Assist Magazine, Giganti, Winning Hoops and Coaching/Athletic Director. These accomplishments have provided him the platform to share his knowledge of the game throughout the world.

Sutton has garnered a solid reputation internationally and domestically as a talent evaluator, teacher of the game, program builder and tactician and recruiter, all the while maintaining a high level of character, class and integrity.

Quick Facts:
•26 years of coaching experience
•He has been the architect of 3 programs: Montrose Christian, Bishop McNamara and Montverde Academy
•Crowned National Champions in 1998 by USA Super 25 and 2007 Hoops.Com.
•Associate head coach at 3 Nationally Ranked High School Programs that were ranked 10 straight years by USA Today Super 25 ranking.
•Two time winner of Coach of the Year
•Overall Coaching Record 475-115
•Coached/developed 13 players drafted professionally in the NBA and Europe
•Coached/developed 11 All-Americans
•Coached/developed 3 players who were named “Rookie of the Year”
•Produced 12 Instructional DVD’s for Championship Production
•Published articles in the leading technical basketball magazine

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