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Clyde Brown was born and raised in Randolph County, where he attended Eastern RandolphHigh School as a two sport athlete. Brown graduated from ECPI’s Computer ElectronicProgram and later went on to receivehis Bachelor of Science from High Point University in Computer Science and a minor in Business. Coach Brown started his coaching career at Hayes Taylor YMCA of Greensboro, North Carolina where he coached for a number of years. He coached various age groups, starting from age 6 to high school. He later went on to coach a number of teams on the competitive AAU Circuit. (Armature Athletic Union) Of the different teams he coached, he currently coaches Team CP3 (Chris Paul). This team, Team CP3 2019 class has won 6 straight State titles and 3 straight National Championships. Coach Brown also coached high school basketball at Caldwell Christian Academy for 3 years, Junior Varsity and Varsity. Over the past several years, he has partnered with a number of organization to offer skill training and camps from the east coast to west coast. His goal is to mentor youth through basketball, while helping them understand the values of making good grades and leadership.

 

 

Herbert Liles was born and raised in Winston-Salem, NC where he graduated from Carver High School in 2014. Liles was a Dual Degree Engineering major where he graduated from Morehouse College with a B.S. in physics and North Carolina A&T with a B.S. in mechanical engineering. Coach Liles started his coaching career at WR Anderson Jr Center (Reynolds Park) of Winston-Salem, North Carolina where he coached for a number of years. He coached various age groups, starting from age six to high school. He became a student assistant all four years while in high school at Carver. He then went on to become a student assistant while at Morehouse College for three years while continuing to help Carver out from a far and during semester breaks. Coach Liles came back to NC and was an assistant at Albemarle High School for two years. Coach Liles is now back at Carver where he serves at the Head 9th Grade Coach and a varsity assistant. Over the past several years, he has partnered with a number of organization to offer skill training and camps from the east coast to west coast. His goal is to mentor youth through basketball, while helping them understand the values of making good grades, leadership, community involvement, and manhood.