Associate Head Coach
Justin Jennings, the head coach at the United States Military Academy Prep School for three seasons, joined the Army men's basketball coaching staff in September of 2014. During his time at USMAPS, Jennings guided the team to a 77-18 overall record and a .811 winning percentage. In his final season, the 2013 team went 27-5 and set a new school record for wins. Jennings' teams averaged better than 85 points per game over the three-year stretch and were undefeated against service academy opposition (6-0), including a 5-0 mark versus Navy Prep.
Brandon Linton joined the Army men's basketball coaching staff in October 2014. Linton spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Bowdoin, where he was the top assistant for head coach Tim Gilbride. During his stay, Linton helped Bowdoin to a 33-16 record, including a 19-6 mark in 2013-14. Bowdoin earned an at-large berth in the NCAA Tournament in 2014, the program's first appearance since 2008. He was responsible for Bowdoin's recruiting efforts, including tournament selection and coordinating overnight visits prospective recruits. Linton's duties also included film exchange and breakdown, as well as developing and presenting scouting reports.
Drew Adams joined the Army West Point men's basketball coaching staff in July, 2015. Adams came to West Point after spending one season as the Director of Basketball Operations at American. During his time at American, Adams handled the day-to-day operations of the basketball office, including film exchange and breakdown, team travel, on-campus recruiting and team camps. Prior to his stint in Washington, D.C., Adams spent one season at Creighton where he served as the special assistant to head coach Greg McDermott. With the Bluejays, Adams helped create game plans, with video and scouting reports, as well as providing postgame analysis and advanced scouting reports.