Jordan Mincy Basketball Camps at Jacksonville University




*Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, and or grade)


"This camp will present your child to the highest level of college basketball and will be one of the best weeks of their life. Jax basketball loves the opportunity and is deeply committed to investing and developing the next generation of young men, women, and hoopers.


Our current coaching staff and student-athletes serve as camp coaches and create a positive, encouraging atmosphere, while improving fundamental and game skills for boys and girls of all ages and skill levels." - Jordan Mincy

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Head Coach | Jordan Mincy

Jacksonville University Senior Vice President and Athletic Director Alex Ricker-Gilbert have announced Jordan Mincy as the new Francis H. "Frank" Barker Men's Basketball Head Coach. Mincy, named the top assistant coach in the nation on ESPN's 40 Under 40 in May of 2020, takes over the program as its 17th head coach after spending the previous six seasons as an assistant at the University of Florida.

"I'm so excited about the opportunity to lead the Jacksonville program and grateful to President Cost and Alex Ricker-Gilbert for the opportunity," Mincy said. "We share a vision for what we can accomplish here, and we can do it in a way that will make the Dolphin community proud, as we foster a student-athlete-centered culture that helps develop young men on and off the court."

Mincy, a 2009 graduate of Kent State, has experienced a meteoric rise in recent years, following stops at South Carolina, Kent State, College of Charleston, Toledo, and Louisiana Tech, respectively, prior to his arrival in Gainesville. Entering his second season at Florida in 2016, the Memphis native was named to the NABC 30-Under-30 Team, highlighting young, up-and-coming coaches. At the time, he was one of just five individuals on that list representing a school in a Power 5 conference. His name was thrust into the national conversation for a multitude of head coaching positions following the 40 under 40 recognition from ESPN.

Associate Head Coach | Michael Fly

Michael Fly was named Associate Head Coach in May of 2023. Fly comes from Mizzou after spending a year as the team’s Director of Scouting and Analytics. Prior to joining the Tigers, Fly served as head coach at Florida Gulf Coast University from 2018 to 2022. During his tenure, he led the Eagles to the third-most wins in a single season in the program’s history with 22 victories during the 2021-22 campaign. Overall, Fly recruited and developed two Atlantic Sun Newcomer of the Year award winners in addition to the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year during the 2021-22 season. His highly-touted 2021 recruiting class was heralded as one of the top-10 mid major recruiting classes in the country and allowed Fly to enjoy one of the biggest turnarounds in college basketball during the 2021-22 campaign – vaulting the COVID-stricken Eagles from 10 wins during the shortened 2020-21 campaign to 22 victories and a postseason berth one year later. Prior to his head coaching stint at FGCU, Fly was an assistant coach for the Eagles. During his tenure from 2011 to 2018 as an assistant, he was part of six Atlantic Sun championship teams and three NCAA Tournament teams, including the 2013 squad who reached the Sweet 16. Fly also served as the video coordinator on Leonard Hamilton's staff at Florida State from 2008 to 2011. Before his time at Florida State, Fly worked alongside current Cleveland Cavaliers Head Coach J.B. Bickerstaff as a video coordinator for the Charlotte Bobcats during the 2006-07 season. Fly graduated from the University of Kentucky. Fly and his wife, Heather, have two sons, Jack (3) and Crew (newborn).

Assistant Coach | Trevor DeLoach

Trevor Deloach was named an assistant coach at Jacksonville under Jordan Mincy in the spring of 2021 following a stint as the Associate Head Coach for the Nicholls men’s basketball program under Austin Claunch.

While at Nicholls, he showed his recruiting prowess, recruiting six players to Thibodaux that went on to receive All-Conference recognition, including Southland Newcomer of the Year Ty Gordon in 2020-21. In his last season at Nicholls, the team won 21 games, captured a regular-season championship, and advanced to the Southland Conference Tournament Championship game.

He was ranked the number five assistant coach in the Southland Conference prior to the 2020-21 season by Jeff Goodman of Stadium. Deloach spent the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons as an assistant men’s basketball coach and recruiting coordinator at South Carolina State University, where he worked with All-MEAC guards Eric Eaves and Ed Stephens daily. He performed skill development with guards and post players, handled scheduling, and was the camp director of the largest camps in school history.

Assistant Coach | Troy Pierce

Pierce joined Jordan Mincy's coaching staff in the spring of 2022 after three seasons at Southern Illinois - Edwardsville where the Courgars made the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament each of his last two years

Prior to SIUE, Pierce spent three season at Bradley as the Coordinator of Player Development and Video Operations. The Braves won 20 games in back to back seasons and earned the school's first NCAA Tournament birth since 2006. Pierce was an Assistant Coach at Illinois-Springfield and Emporia State before joining the staff at Bradley.

Pierce played at Butler Community College, Charleston Southern, and Emporia State

Pierce and his wife, Raney, have two children, daughter Layla and son Malcolm.


Director of Operations | Jack Warren

Jack Warren was named the Director of Operations for Jacksonville in the spring of 2021 after spending a season with the UNC Asheville men's basketball team in 2020-21.

Warren spent the previous five seasons working with the men's basketball team at the University of Florida. While at Florida, Warren held titles of manager, head manager, and a graduate assistant. During his time in Gainesville, Warren helped the coaching staff in day-to-day operations of the program, aided in player development, worked with apparel dealers Nike/Jordan, and ensured operations during travel and recruiting visits ran smoothly. In his five seasons with Florida, the Gators made three postseason appearances, including a trip to the Elite Eight in 2017.

In addition to his experiences at Florida, Warren interned in the Charlotte Hornets' front office in the summer of 2018. He worked in the basketball operations department, assisted with the NBA Draft, free agency, and conducted statistical and fiscal research.

Jack will oversee all summer camp activities as camp director. He will aid the staff in planning and preparation for our summer events, as well as make sure the day to day runs smoothly at Jacksonville Men's Basketball Camp.

Director of Player Development | Kevin Zabo

Kevin Zabo joined the staff at Jacksonville University in the Spring of 2023. Zabo was previously at Kent State University as the Graduate Assistant for the Men's Basketball Team since the summer of 2021. The Sherbrooke, Quebec native played two seasons at Kent State after transferring from Indian Hills Community College. Zabo was part of the guard rotation for the 2017 MAC Championship squad and played in 70 games for the Golden Flashes in the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons, starting 31. After playing professionally overseas for three years in Canada and Spain, Zabo returned to his alma mater before ultimately coming to Jacksonville.