For Immediate Release
Dynasty Athlete Representation Adds Six Clients To Its Coaching Division
Hollywood, FL – [October 31, 2008], Dynasty Athlete Representation, LLC is pleased to announce six new additions to the Dynasty family. Tracy Dildy, Robert Lee, Elwyn McRoy, Steve Payne, Clay Moser, and Gerald Wilkins have recently signed with the Florida-based sports management company’s coaching division, GAME, Inc.
Tracy Dildy is currently an Associate Head Coach at the University of Illinois-Chicago. He has been an Assistant Coach at five different collegiate institutions, beginning at his alma mater and current school, UIC. From there he made coaching stops at Depaul, Auburn, Ole Miss, and Alabama-Birmingham, respectively. Along with being a top-notch coach, Dildy is an exceptional recruiter. He made Rivals.com‘s list of the Top 25 recruiters in the nation in June 2005. Tracy has also been ranked the #1 Mid-Major Assistant in the country by Hoop Scoop magazine.
Robert Lee is the Head Coach of the University of Louisiana-Lafayette Men’s basketball team. Robert has coached at the high school level as well as serving as the Assistant Coach at Louisiana-Lafayette from 1996-2004. During his first year as Head Coach of UL-Lafayette, Lee took his team to the NCAA Tournament in 2005. Lee lead the Ragin’ Cajuns to a Sun-Belt West title in 2008. Before coming to Lafayette, Lee was named 1996 District 5-4A Coach of the Year for his success at Opelousas High School. He boasts a career prep record of 109-29 (.790).
Currently an Assistant Coach of the Arkansas State University Men’s basketball team, Elwyn McRoy has extensive experience at the collegiate level, beginning in 1997 as the Assistant Coach at Butler Community College. McRoy later had six more coaching stops before landing at Arkansas State. In five seasons at the junior college level, McRoy coached 28 players that went on to play at the NCAA Division I level. Widely known as an exceptional recruiter, McRoy was named a top junior college recruiter by the national publication Basketball Times.
Steve Payne is the Associate Head Coach of the Tennessee Tech University Men’s basketball team. Steve has a lengthy coaching career, beginning at the high school level in 1990. Since then Payne has coached at Union University, Northwestern State University, Georgetown College, and Frank Phillips College. As the Associate Head Coach at Georgetown College, Payne helped lead his team to the 1998 NAIA National Championship. During his tenure at Tennessee Tech, Payne has coached the Golden Eagles to the OVC Regular Season Championship in 2002 and 2005.
Clay Moser is the Head Coach of the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA Developmental League. Moser’s basketball experience is about as comprehensive as they come. Moser’s career has taken him to China to coach the Jilin Northeastern Tigers; it has also brought him to Idaho to serve as the CEO of the Idaho Stampede. His exploits don’t end there. He has also been an NBA Advanced Scout, Head Coach, NBA consultant, and the VP of Business Development for the New Orleans Hornets. Clay started his career as Assistant Coach at North Carolina State University under legendary Jimmy Valvano.
NBA great Gerald Wilkins is the younger brother of former Atlanta Hawks superstar Dominique Wilkins and father of current Oklahoma City Thunder guard Damien Wilkins. He was a key player on the New York Knicks team of the late 1980s, consistently being the second leading scorer after Patrick Ewing. Gerald led the NBA in starts during the 1989-90 season and participated in the 1986 and 1987 slam-dunk competitions. After an eight-year career with the Knicks, Gerald played with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Vancouver Grizzlies, and later with the Orlando Magic. Since his retirement, Gerald has founded The Prep LLC (Players Returning to Educate Players). The Prep LLC provides a wide array of pro development curriculums in conjunction with expert training from pro veteran athletes. Gerald has also been doing personal player development for current NBA athletes including Andrew Bynum and his son Damien Wilkins.
Dynasty is thrilled to have the opportunity to represent these six elite-level individuals. “We are very pleased and excited that these coaches have decided to allow Dynasty to help manage their careers” says Jason Belzer, Director of Coaches for Dynasty. “We believe that the continued growth of the coaches division, GAME, Inc., further solidifies Dynasty’s commitment to excellence in athlete and coach representation.”
Darren Heitner, CEO
Dynasty Athlete Representation, LLC