Head Basketball Coach
Coach Chaney has won more games (800+) at his age than any coach in the history of prep basketball. Coach Chaney has won several National Championships, won several National Coach of the Year awards and his teams have been ranked number one in the country seven different years.
He has also coached over 140 Division I players and 19 of his previous players either played or got drafted in the NBA. He has also coached over 70 players that have played Professional Internationally. He also has coached several lottery picks and in the 2006 NBA Draft had 3 out of the top 31 picks. He is known as one of the top basketball coaches at any level and is known as molding players to be successful at the next level.
He also coached what many experts call the best pre-college team of all-time (was in Sports Illustrated) , the 40-0 Laurinburg Institute team in 2005. That team had 15 Division I players and 5 players that either played or got drafted in the NBA and they won by an average of 40ppg, including the National Championship game vs Hargrave Military.
He has also done clinics in China, Belgium, Nigeria, Poland, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas and took US All-Star teams to Gold Medal wins in Italy, France and Iceland. He also coached in the USBL with NBA Hall of Famer Robert Parish where they won the Division title and Coach of the Year awards as a expansion team. Chris also took his Newport School teams to 3 straight Maryland Private School State titles and winning several coaches of the year awards. He has also coached some of the top camps in the country including Nike camp, ABCD, Five-Star, Atlantic Cape Camps as a Director and was the General Manager of Basketball Operations with American Top Sports Institute, which included running camps with NBA Hall of Famer Alex English. In his first year of coaching he was featured on ESPN’s Scholastic Sports America.
Director of Player and Recruiter
Hailing from the hoops hotbed of Memphis, Sullivan Brown is the best example of a player who could have reaped the rewards of the post-graduate year.
A late-bloomer on the recruiting market, Brown played just one season of high school at Hillcrest High in Memphis. Possessing a smooth, left-handed stroke from beyond the arc, the 6-foot-2 Brown emerged into a key scorer and hounding defensive presence, helping the program to a berth in the state tournament.
Brown played this lone year of high school hoops merely by accident. Having plied his trade strictly on the AAU circuit with the Memphis Disciples, Brown learned of Hillcrest’s tryout through a friend at the 11th hour.
“I learned there were tryouts that day and I just happened to have all my gear with me at the time,” said Brown, now one of the top player development ace’s in the country.
“I had literally just transferred schools and I hadn’t made up my mind about playing on the team yet. When my friend told me he was going to tryouts, I wound up going along with him.”
Brown not only made the team with ease, he found his way to the starting lineup and soon became a dependable two-way source. A knock-down specialist, Brown posted four games of six treys or more.
From there, Brown earned a scholarship to William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa. An NAIA national tournament contender at the time, William Penn had a prestigious basketball reputation.
After red-shirting his freshman season, Brown became an immediate spark off the bench as a sophomore. He was able to spread out the floor with deep, seemingly limitless 3-point range.
After college, Brown continued to weigh options for his basketball career. Having worked a number of basketball camps and gotten his coaching feet wet, he found his true passion to be in nurturing grass-roots talent. An opportunity emerged at camp Winadu in Massachusetts, where Brown opened up a network of contacts in the coaching world while pursuing his craft.
Though he initially considered weighing his professional stock over the waters, Brown quickly developed national appeal as a coach. Steadfast in developing talent, locating noticeable holes in player’s games and working relentlessly to rectify them, Brown took a job at DME Academy in Daytona Beach, Fla.
While at DME, Brown worked exclusively under Chris Chaney, a three-time National Champion and three-time National Prep Coach of the Year. Alongside Chaney, Brown helped recruit and cultivate Division-I talent from all over the country.
Instrumental in grooming a plethora of Division-I recruits– Tobias Howard, Ted Kapita, Kevaughn Harris, and Connor Farrell to name a few—Chaney and Brown helped DME climb the nation’s prep mountaintops. Mid-way through the year, the previously unheard of program found its way to a No.5 national ranking.
Working on everything from physical development, ball handling, defensive acumen, reads, and shot selection, Brown continued to propel the group’s evolution.
While at DME Academy, coach Chaney learned of an opportunity near his Maryland roots at the sprawling Scotland Campus in Central Pennsylvania. Immediately after inheriting the keys to the kingdom for the basketball program, Brown was the first staff member Chaney hired.
Jumping at the opportunity, Brown helped plant the seeds for a new program to take root. During his first year, he helped recruit and assemble a barrage of underrated, unsung, and mostly unheard of recruits en route to a 21-7 campaign. This group included mid-major recruits such as Rasheed Brown, Jalen Jordan, Tyler Morman, and Chris Parker. The team posted upset victories over nationally-ranked Mt. Zion Academy (Md.) and Montverde Academy of Florida.
Brown’s day-to-day activities include player development, recruiting, overseeing the entire operation, speed and agility, and scouting. Brown plays an integral role in coordinating with Division-I coaches and placing student-athletes at NCAA programs throughout the country.
To continue to coach basketball at the college level and travel the world through the sport of basketball. Pursue a career in sports administration or international player scouting
Specialties: I have coached basketball for 34 years. Have coached 31 years at the college level. Led touring basketball teams to Venezuela, Sweden, Spain, Denmark and Canada with 2012-13 Men’s Basketball Team in October. Guest clinician in Canada, Sweden, Trinidad-Tobago and Venezuela. Active member of the NABC international coaches. Advisory board member of the boys and girls club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg area. Coached and directed camps for 27 years.
Now entering his second year at Scotland Campus, David Gobrogge brings tremendous experience as an assistant, head coach, and player development specialist. Emphasizing accountability and ingraining defensive pressure as a finer point of his coaching trade, Coach Gobrogge was an assistant on the prep national team’s historic 36-2 campaign while serving as head coach to the post graduate team in 2018-19.
After spending his inaugural season at Our Lady of the Elms in Akron, Ohio, Coach Gobrogge immersed himself in the game by working camps and also private and small group basketball training among various age groups.
Coach Gobrogge also coached alongside Chris Chaney while at then national power West Oaks Academy in Orlando, Fla. He spent time coaching at his alma mater, Green HS (Ohio) while additionally running individual workouts and skill-centric training sessions.
Gobrogge played basketball and ran cross country and outdoor track and field for four years at Green High School (Uniontown, Ohio). His thirst for competition and love for mentoring younger athletes eventually translated into his career as a coach.
Gobrogge was a top tier track athlete and long distance runner in cross country, as he ran at Lake Erie College (Painesville, Ohio). He thrived in the middle distance events, most notably the 800-meter race.
DeMarquise Brewster enters his first season at Scotland Campus Sports fresh from 2019 graduation at national sports powerhouse, University of Alabama. He earned his bachelor’s degree in science of education, where he garnered a 3.2 GPA within his major.
Coach Brewster’s area of expertise is working hand in hand with student-athletes and propelling the day to day development of each player throughout the high school, prep national team, and post-graduate teams. His day to day responsibilities entail orchestrating practice, running daily skills/shooting/training sessions, and also serving as an on-campus Residential Advisor.
A product of Pleasant Grove High School in Texarkana, Texas, coach Brewster authored a four-year career under then-coach Billy Brewer. As an undersized forward familiar with the battling bigger guys for rebounds in the trenches and scoring around the rim, Brewster is an instrumental presence in nurturing the production of the programs forwards and bigs.
Inspired by the likes of ace recruiter John Calipari (Kentucky) and other top-shelf, proven commodity caliber coaches, Brewster decided he wanted to pursue coaching as a career. His ability to establish relationships with the players and push them to get 1 percent better every day ultimately aligns with the mentality and winning formula enforced at Scotland Campus.
Derrick Jones JR
Head Video Coordinator
Marsh joined Plymouth Raiders Academy at age 16, while finishing off his High School Education. During pre-season training he sustained a broken ankle. With determination he got back to fitness and did manage to play for Plymouth Raiders Academy under Coach Marriot. The team went unbeaten all season and went on to win the British College and Schools (BCS) National Cup, in which Marsh played a role off the bench.
After this difficult season, Marsh knew that the chance to become a professional player had gone. Coach Marriot became Head Coach of both Plymouth Raiders Academy and the professional team Plymouth Raiders in the BBL (British Basketball League). Coach Marriot invited Marsh to attend pro practices and work as a team manager. This is when his love for coaching began and Marsh believed he could have a career in coaching basketball. Marsh gained his first coaching qualification, Level 2 England Basketball Coach.
Coach Marriot then gave Marsh the position of Assistant Video Coordinator. He was responsible for filming games and making highlight tapes. He also helped with talent identification process – to find British born/British passport holders that were playing in college in America at NCAA Division 1 level. Marsh would produce videos of these players for the Head Coach and General Manager.
In 2015 Marsh joined the University of Plymouth, studying a degree in Sports Rehabilitation and Strength and Conditioning whilst continuing to work with Plymouth Raiders.
Plymouth Raiders basketball team made changes to their coaching staff, bringing Jonny White and Darryl Corletto in as Head Coaches. Impressed with Marsh’s involvement with the professional team, he was promoted to Lead Assistant Coach and Head Video Coordinator. He was one of the youngest Assistant Coaches in the BBL. As Head Video Coordinator Marsh would scout the opposition and produce scout reports for the Head Coach and lead a video analysis session with the players prior to a game. The highlight of the season was Plymouth Raiders making it to the BBL Trophy Final. Unfortunately they were runners up, but still a great achievement after a difficult season.
In the Summer of 2017 Marsh was selected to help coach at Bob McKillop Boys Basketball Camp at Davidson College, Charlotte (NC). He got to work alongside the legendary Coach McKillop and took on board all of his personal advice.
Whilst in his final year at University, Plymouth Raiders had a change of ownership. This meant a complete change of coaching staff. Whilst disappointed to not be working with the pro team anymore, Marsh took up the role of Assistant Coach for Plymouth Raiders Development U16 National League Team. The team had a back to back winning season, narrowly missing out on promotion to the Premiership. During the second season with Plymouth Raiders Development, Marsh was also appointed Head Coach to U16 Regional Team.
Marsh graduated from the University of Plymouth in 2018, with a Bachelor of Science Degree with Third Class Honours in Sports Rehabilitation and Strength and Conditioning. With this degree Marsh was able to apply for an internship in America.
Marsh was accepted for a basketball coaching internship at Scotland Campus Sports in January 2019. Joining Coach Kingsley as Assistant Coach to the High School Team, the highlight of the season was winning the National Boys Signature Series at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Marsh was also on the coaching staff of the Prep Team that went 36-2 and making it to Scotland Campus’s first National Championship game. Working with Coach Sullivan Marsh has taken on the role of Video Coordinator. He covers all the teams to produce highlight/segment tape of the players, to help them get scholarships to College.
Director of Basketball Operations
Joe Hall enters his second year at Scotland Campus Sports with experience and expertise in vital areas such as skill development, training, as well as strength and conditioning.
As an assistant coach, Coach Hall’s first year at Scotland was a memorable one. The basketball program set a school record for wins with 36, earning a first-ever berth in the prep national championship game. Coach Hall additionally coached the high school team and other post-graduate teams, having a hand in the day to day development of countless Division-I and NCAA scholarship players. Beyond his role as an instrumental piece in the development of student-athletes, coach Hall is multi-layered with his workaday responsibilities at Scotland. He assists with academic support/advisement, security, scheduling, road trips, and college placement.
Hall was a four-year letterman at D’Youville College in Buffalo, N.Y., where he played basketballl his first year and soccer the next three years. As a junior he was key contributor in helping D’Youville reach there first playoff berth in school history. Senior year he was named captain of the soccer team, as he attained the leadership traits and qualities transferable to coaching. He set a standard both on the field and in the classroom, boasting a 3.3 GPA as a member of the All-Academic team.
Beyond being well-versed on the strengths and know-how and capabilities of each player, coach Hall is actively involved throughout the process.
Coach Hall played football for four years at Loyola High School in Los Angeles, playing as both a wide receiver and defensive back.