Coaching Staff Bios


Head Coach: Donnie Bullock

Coach Bullock is a native of Portsmouth,VA and has been coaching basketball for over 20years.  He has experience at high school as well as AAU levels with 2 National Championship Teams.  He is an active coach with USA basketball and volunteers regularly with USA basketball Youth clinics.  He has worked with CTAB for the last 3 years and is extremely supportive of the organizations philosophy. Coach Bullock has an MBA from the University of Texas and has a degree in Chemistry from University of Maryland.  He is married with 2 boys.

Assistant Coach: Linn Kanon

Coach Linn has over nine years of coaching competitive basketball (Asst. Varsity Coach at Wheaton high school 2009-2011, middle-high school travel AAU, adult men’s league, individual skills training,) and soccer with a total record percentage over .800 win ratio. Some of his players have continued to play Division I and II basketball and some at the professional level including the NBA. Coach Linn is also the a special education teacher and an athletic director at a middle school in Maryland.  He has earned a bachelor’s degree is in Psychology from University of MD Baltimore County (where he also played club level in his junior and senior year,) and a master’s degree is in Transition into Secondary Education/Teaching students with Emotional Behavioral Disabilities). Coach Linn is in his second with CTAB. He coached our 14u team and now our 15u team.  

When you see him, be sure to shout out one of his many nicknames!


Coach K


Shao-Linn Fantastic


Head Coach: Mike Lewis 

Coach Lewis' love for the game of basketball started as a player and now is shown through coaching and as a player development personal trainer. He is in his second year as Mount Vernon High School assistant Varsity boys basketball coach.  In addition has coached Boys AAU Cardinal Basketball for the past two years. 


He was a three year varsity basketball player winning a District Championship all three years. Coach Lewis graduated from Lynchburg College with a communication major and minor in coaching. Coach Lewis was a Men’s Basketball Student Assistant 2015-2016 season. Winning an ODAC Championship with the Lynchburg College Hornets. 




Assistant Coach: Tim Lewis


Head Coach: Kendra Haskins

Coach Kendra Haskins is entering her 6th year as a Basketball coach. Her coaching experience includes playing basketball at the middle, high, and collegiate levels. Coach Haskins previously was the assistant varsity coach at Manassas Park High School for four years and currently is in her 3rd year coaching boys and girls basketball at Fred Lynn Middle school. Coach Haskins holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Education and a Masters in Special Education. She teaches 8th grade Math at Fred Lynn Middle School.

Assistant Coach: Courtney Coffer


Head Coach: Daryl Towe

Assistant Coach: Lonnie McDonald

Always a student of the game of basketball, I have taught both men and women, along with young kids (boys and girls).  My experiences with coaching started back in Mt Vernon, NY.  The perennial NY high school powerhouse instilled the basis for learning fundamentals and the meaning of teamwork.  Through this upbringing and the Boys and Girls Club, I've always used lessons learned to motivate me in coaching and playing.

During my career within the USAF, I have either played or coach at the varsity level or volunteered to coach at the local AYA.  The experiences gained from coaching at AYA and seeing how the kids relate to each other about teamwork and camaraderie is priceless.  From learning the game, building friendships and pride of teamwork has only strengthened my love of coaching.  The ups and downs of participating, winning and losing, are the building blocks for life.  I have coached youth coed teams and the men's and women’s varsity and saw what each level of accomplishment means to players.  Some players just want to play, some want to learn more about game and depending on age, some want to get the exercise, which also is beneficial. 


The support of the local community and also teaching a game that so many youngsters enjoy is a passion that cannot be denied.  I look forward to assisting Coach Watts in her efforts to teach and prepare these young girls the game of basketball. 


Head Coach: Daryl Towe

Assistant Coach: Julius Crawford

Assistant Coach: Toney Mooney

Head Coach: Le Towe 

Assistant Coach: Nikki Woody

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Head Coach: Jason Kirby

Jason Kirby is entering his second season as a coach for the CTAB Elite AAU program, coaching 16U in 2019. He is also an Assistant Coach of the Hayfield Secondary School Girls Varsity Basketball team. 


Jason is a native Washington DC, with most of his childhood spent in Fort Washington, Maryland. He would begin his journey through sports at the age at 10, playing multiple sports for the Oxon Hill Boys & Girls Club. This would lead to standout high school career at Riverdale Baptist School, graduating in 1996.  


Prior to joining the CTAB ELITE organization, Jason coached 17U Girls for the B.L.A.S.T. AAU program during the 2017 and 2018 seasons. As a member of the SYC Youth Organization, he coached the 2016 10U Boys county team and the 2015 14U Girls summer team. Between 2011 – 2014, Jason coached multiple teams for the Maryland Lady Heat and Team Takeover girls AAU organizations. In 2003, he founded the Fort Washington FORTRESS, a sports and learning organization focused on at-risk male youth throughout the DMV region. Jason began his coaching career as a volunteer for the Oxon Hill Boys & Girls Club from 2000 – 2008, coaching multiple boys and girls youth teams.  








Assistant Coach: Pamela Y. Payne

Pamela Payne began her love for basketball career at the age of 10. She continued feeding her passion in high school, leading her school to state and national championships. Pamela graduated high school as a conference MVP, tournament MVP, school scoring leader, and as a Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention player. After high school, Pamela decided not to continue a career in basketball.

Pamela received a B.S. in Telecommunication from Morgan State University and earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Baltimore. During her college career, Pamela played for various intramural leagues and coached boys-n-girls club teams. In 2018, Pamela was inducted into Riverdale Baptist School’s Basketball Hall of Fame for her contributions to the schools’ basketball program.

Pamela joined the Hayfield Secondary School (Alexandria, VA) girls’ basketball program during the 2019-2020 as the Assistant JV Coach; where the team had a winning season.Pamela has over 17 years of experience in youth programming, mentoring, and coaching. She also has 13 years of service with the Federal Government. Pamela has a passion for mentoring and coaching youth. She has served as an AmeriCorps Member in Baltimore City Police Athletic Leagues Centers, Baltimore City Public Schools, and as a Youth Coordinator for local faith-based ministries. For the last seven years, Pamela has served as a Program Coordinator for College Bound, a program that prepares middle and high school students to enter college or vocational programs.

Pamela has a passion for coaching youth and through her previous experiences has the unique ability to tap into the players and help them develop and reach their goals. This is her second year with CTAB and she enjoys coaching with the organization because she is able to teach players more than the game of


Head Coach: James Taylor

Coach Taylor was born and raised in King George, VA and introduced to the game of basketball at the age of 7. He comes from a basketball family which boasts two Virginia State High School Championships, and multiple talented and professional players & coaches. A graduate of KGHS, he excelled in football and basketball being recognized by FLS All Area Selection Team. Attended Norfolk State University while proudly serving in the Army National Guard. Currently employed in Business Management. He is now in his 3rd year as a basketball referee under the BBOA organization. He has ten successful years in coaching youth basketball for boys and girls. Coach Taylor not only possesses in-depth knowledge and expertise in the area of sports, skill development training, teaching technical and life skills, but he is also passionate about helping players develop into respectful, responsible young men and women. He takes his role as coach, skill development specialist, mentor, and role model very serious and brings a great deal of enthusiasm to his craft. In his spare time Coach Taylor enjoys spending time with his wife CJ Taylor and their four children, drag racing motorcycles, and still playing the game he loves so much - BASKETBALL.

Coaching Accomplishments:

- Finished 1st place @ Virginia Tech Invitational Tournament 7th grade girls 2018

- Finished 1st place in Virginia D2 AAU State Championship for girls 2018

- Held #2 ranking in the country for Zero Gravity basketball tournaments 2016

- Finished 3rd place in Virginia D1 AAU State championship for girls in 2016

- Maryland Invitational Tournament (MIT) Champions Boys division 2015

- Finished 2nd place runner -up in Virginia D1 AAU State Championship boys 2015

- Held #2 Virginia State AAU 8th grade boys team in 2015

- Spotsylvania County Boys Championship 2012

Assisting Coaches

Coach: Angela Watts

Whether you are playing or watching as a spectator, sports are entertaining and exciting. There are so many values that can be learned and taught from playing and coaching a sport. Although we are sometime so consumed by highlights, scores, wins and losses of a sport, we often fail to realize that there is so much more to offer through sports once you take the time to examine them. Many attributes of life’s lessons can be taught through sports such as teamwork, leadership and responsibility.


I have over 25 years of coaching experience. My journey started in 1993 when I was affiliated with the Patrick Henry Recreation Center in Alexandria City before moving to Fairfax County and Lee District in 1994.  I have coached youth basketball and softball, AAU basketball and softball, as well as High School basketball and softball. I also have 16 years as a Softball umpire with the Northern Virginia Fast pitch Softball league and 1 year as a football official for Fairfax County Youth Program.   


In 2006, I was the assistant coach on the Edison Varsity Softball Team when they became the National District Champions.  During 2007-2009, I became Head Coach for Edison High School JV Softball Team. From 2009 to 2012, I was the Freshman Head Coach for the Girls basketball program at Edison High School. 


From 2011 – 2012 I was the boy’s 12U Head coach under the Alexandria Kings Basketball Association (AKBA).


From 2011 - 2012, I coached 12U girls thru Cardinal AAU basketball program. 


From 2016 – 2017, I coached 11U girls thru Tiger AAU basketball program.


I started coaching at Hayfield Secondary School in 2012 and still JV Head Coach with the Girls program, as well as Assistant Varsity coach under Rudy Coffield.


I am so excited for this opportunity to work and teach your daughters this year with the CTAB Basketball Organization. If you have any questions or concerns, I can be reached at work 703-706-1242; cell – 703-244-9336. or

Assistant Coach: Terry Henderson

Terry Henderson is the Boys Varsity Head Coach at Edison High School where he just completed his 8th season and has compiled a record of 130-74.  He has guided the Eagles to several Regional and State appearances during this time.  Next year Coach Henderson will be the all-time winningest Boys Basketball Coach in Edison’s history.   Coach Henderson was also the Varsity Head Girls Coach at Mt. Vernon High School for two years prior to coming to Edison as the Head Coach.  Coach Henderson’s record at Mt. Vernon was 39-10, while guiding them to two consecutive Regional appearances.  Coach Henderson has been named Coach of the Year three times, once with the girls and twice with the boys.  He has also played professional basketball in Belgium, and Ireland for several years and is now married with three daughters.  Many of his former players have gone on to play at the collegiate level. His passion is coaching and making a difference in the lives of our youth.