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2012-13 Men's Basketball
Travis Williams
Assistant Coach
Ben Betts
Assistant Coach
Rodney Hamilton
Assistant Coach
Brandon Johnson
Assistant Coach
Gus Fraley
Director of Player Personnel
Chuck Davidson
Assistant Director of Basketball and Video Operations
Josh Cooperwood
Director of Basketball and Video Operations
Miguel Brady
Video Coordinator/Manager
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Gus Fraley

Gus Fraley joined the TSU men's basketball program in July 2012. Fraley, a native of Lincoln County, Tenn., spent the past four seasons as the assistant boy's basketball coach at Chapel Hill High School in North Carolina.

Fraley will serve as TSU's Director of Player Personnel. His duties will include making sure that all of the men's basketball student-athletes are progressing in the classroom as well as making progress in the weight room and on court.

Fraley joined the CHHS staff while still an undergrad at UNC and was part of a coaching staff at CHHS that turned around a struggling program. He helped the Tigers to a pair of conference titles. In 2011-12 the Tigers posted a 26-2 record and ranked No. 1 in the 3-A North Carolina during the regular season. In 2010-11, Fraley was part of the program that made an apperance in the state semi-finals.

Fraley's duties with Chapel Hill included scouting, strength and conditioning, guard/perimeter player development and organizational aspects for the program. He was also the junior varsity head coach.

While also in North Carolina, Fraley served as an off-season skill development instructor for college and professional players. He provided fast paced, on-court NBA style individual workouts and skill sessions to players. Fraley also brings numerous camp and clinic teaching experience over the past five years.

Fraley graduated from the University of North Carolina in June 2011.