94 Feet With Coach J.T. Podcast
94 Feet With Coach JT From the University Of Kansas NCAA CHAMPION Darnell Jackson aka D-Block! Joins me on a call.

94 Feet With Coach JT From the University Of Kansas NCAA CHAMPION Darnell Jackson aka D-Block! Joins me on a call.

May 4, 2021

   D Block,  played college basketball for the University of Kansas for four seasons, including the 2008 national championship team. He become a regular starter at Kansas the 2007–08 season (his senior year), when he replaced Sasha Kaun in the starting lineup.

 Jackson was selected as the 52nd overall pick in the 2008 NBA draft by the Miami Heat on June 26. He was traded to the Cavaliers on the same day.  Jackson was signed by the team on September 6, 2008.

On this episode D Jack lets us know how he almost never returned back to Kansas after suffer a huge tragic loss of a family member.   This is one of the best inspirational interviews I have done thus far!  He also talks about playing with a young King James!

94 Feet With Coach JT. Former Los Angeles Laker and Cleveland Cavalier Guard ( Trey Johnson) hops on a call.

94 Feet With Coach JT. Former Los Angeles Laker and Cleveland Cavalier Guard ( Trey Johnson) hops on a call.

April 27, 2021

My former college teammate and SWAC champion (Tre Johnson) joins me on this episode. Trey is now the associate Head Coach at Alabama State University. On this episode we talk about playing and learning along side two of the NBA's greatest players ever. Lebron  James and Kobe Bryant (RIP Momba). Also growing up with a best friend and Head Coach Mo Williams.  

Take a look at his resume its crazy!!!!

Trey Johnson begins his first season as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball program at Alabama State University for the 2020-21 season.

He comes to Alabama State after a stellar collegiate career in the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) and a lengthy professional playing career.

Johnson began his professional career in 2007 and went on to play over 10 years in numerous countries all over the world.

He spent parts of three NBA seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Lakers, and New Orleans Hornets. Johnson was a member of the 2011 Lakers’ playoff team as well. On his quest to become an NBA player, Trey also spent time in the NBA Development League, now known as the G-League, garnering NBA D-League All-Star honors twice (2008-09 and 2010-11). He earned Second Team D-League honors in 2008-09, and First Team honors in 2010-11 after leading the league in scoring at 25.5 points per game – while also scoring a league-high 48 points in a single game.

Johnson also starred internationally where he competed as a member of the Qatar National Team in the Asian Cup, hosted by Japan in 2012. He helped the country earn a bronze medal in the tournament, while also competing in the 2015 Asia Championship and the GCC Championship (Saudi Arabia).

Prior to his professional career, Johnson earned Second Team All-State honors at Northeast Mississippi Community College after averaging 19 points per game before moving on to Alcorn State University where he played one season for the Braves and averaged 11 points per game from his point guard position. He also shot 41.5 percent from beyond the arc during his time on the Reservation.

After playing a year at Alcorn State, Johnson transferred to Jackson State where he played his final two years. He finished 10th in the nation in scoring during his junior season at 23.5 points per game and was named First Team All-SWAC and scored a season-high 40 points against Texas Southern. After declaring for the 2006 NBA Draft, Johnson returned to school and was named the Preseason SWAC Player of the Year and Preseason All-American.

During his senior season, he set a single season record for points in a single game, points per game average (27.1), free throws made, and free throws attempted. He finished his career as a member of the 1,000-point club with 1,698 career points – placing in the top 10 in school history in just 2 seasons at JSU. Johnson also led Jackson State to 21 wins and the SWAC Tournament, earning Tournament MVP honors and was named the SWAC Player of the Year.

He helped lead Jackson State to the 2007 NCAA Tournament and scored a season-high 49 points against UTEP, earning the Chevrolet Player of the Game honors. Johnson was named an All-American after averaging 27.1 points per game.

Johnson spent his time after his playing career providing skill development to amateur and professional basketball players. He also coached on the NIKE EYBL youth circuit for RM5 and spent one season as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Jackson State University (2018-2019).
    Johnson, played high school basketball at Murrah High School in Jackson, where he was high school teammates with Mo Williams. A talented baseball player as well, Johnson was drafted in the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft by the Kansas City Royals in the 30th round.

(94 Feet With Coach JT) Former Alabama A & M / Miami Heat Mickell Gladness joins me!

(94 Feet With Coach JT) Former Alabama A & M / Miami Heat Mickell Gladness joins me!

April 19, 2021

In his first and only season playing basketball for Lawson State Community College, Gladness averaged modest numbers with 3.1 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game.[1] He transferred to Alabama A&M in 2005 where he played out the remaining three years of his college eligibility. At Alabama A&M, Gladness majored in business management.[2]

 Mickell Gladness, appeared in 26 games and blocked 77 shots. It was in his junior season, however, that Gladness made a name for himself in college basketball. Playing in 30 games, Gladness led the nation in blocked shots per game at 6.3, with an adjusted-per-40 minutes rate of 7.9 bpg. He set an NCAA Division I single game record with 16 blocks against Texas Southern on February 24, 2007. No other player in Division I history has even recorded 15 blocks in a single game. Although he did not repeat as the NCAA season shots blocked leader, he did graduate having blocked 396 shots in only three seasons of Division I basketball, which was good enough to be in the all-time top 25 when he graduated.In his final two seasons, Gladness was a first-team All-Southwestern Athletic Conference selection. We talk NBA and taking his first over seas job. MG drops a lot of gems about the grind and sacrifices of being a pro ball player!

94 Feet With Coach JT, Oklahoma football staff (OU) outside linebackers and defensive ends coach (Jamar Cain)

94 Feet With Coach JT, Oklahoma football staff (OU) outside linebackers and defensive ends coach (Jamar Cain)

April 13, 2021

Right out of Sacramento by way of Valley High School.

Jamar Cain joined the Oklahoma football staff as outside linebackers and defensive ends coach on Jan. 31, 2020. Cain comes to Norman from Arizona State where he served the 2019 season as defensive line coach. He was Fresno State's defensive line coach during the 2017-18 seasons and spent the 2014-16 seasons at FCS powerhouse North Dakota State coaching the defensive ends.

Hired by Arizona State head coach Herm Edwards in January 2019, Cain coached this past season for a Sun Devils team that finished 8-5 and beat Florida State 20-14 in the Sun Bowl. ASU recorded six takeaways against the Seminoles.

With Cain on staff, the Sun Devils' 2019 run defense was significantly better than the year before he arrived. This past season, ASU ranked 26th nationally by allowing 125.1 rushing yards per game, and 24th by permitting 3.5 yards per carry. In 2018, before he was on staff, ASU ranked 74th and 66th, respectively, at 170.5 and 4.3.

Cain's defensive line was one of the elements that helped Fresno State compile a 22-6 record over the 2017 and 2018 seasons. The Bulldogs earned a spot in the Mountain West Championship Game both years — they upset No. 16 Boise State 19-16 in the 2018 edition — and won a pair of bowl games.

Cain and the rest of Fresno State head coach Jeff Tedford's coaching staff inherited a program coming off of a 1-11 season in 2016. A year before the arrival of the new coaching staff, Fresno State ranked 83rd in the country by allowing 30.9 points per game. Each of the following two seasons, with Cain on board, the Bulldogs ranked in the top 10 nationally in scoring, culminating in a 2018 campaign in which Fresno State finished third in the country by allowing only 14.1 points per game. Notably, after ASU finished with the 123rd-ranked rushing defense (247.4 ypg) in 2016, the Sun Devils boasted the 11th-best rushing defense (113.4 ypg) in 2017 and the 30th-ranked rushing defense (132.1 ypg) in 2018.

2018 first-team All-Mountain West defensive end Mykal Walker enjoyed a breakout junior campaign as part of Cain's defensive line, recording 67 tackles (33 solo) and ranking second in the league in tackles per game (5.6) among linemen. Another member of the defensive line, Jasad Haynes, earned 2018 honorable mention honors after finishing with 18 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, and 2.5 sacks. During his first season in Fresno, Cain successfully converted outside linebacker Tobenna Okeke into a second-team All-MWC selection at defensive end after he picked up 11 sacks in 2017. Once again showing his resourcefulness and flexibility with an undermanned roster, Cain also converted inside linebacker Robert Stanley into a defensive end. Stanley earned All-MWC honorable mention honors after producing an 11-sack season. Another member of the 2017 defensive line, Malik Forrester, earned All-MWC honorable mention acclaim after finishing with 29 tackles, seven tackles for loss, and four sacks.

During his three seasons at North Dakota State, the Bison compiled a 40-5 record and captured the 2014 and 2015 FCS National Championships. He coached several impact players while in Fargo, none more productive than 2014 Buck Buchanan Award winner Kyle Emanuel, who was recognized as the best defensive player in the FCS. The FCS consensus All-American had 32.5 tackles for loss and 19.5 sacks his senior year. The San Diego Chargers selected him with their fifth-round pick (153rd overall), and he played in 63 games for them over four seasons. Cain also was responsible for the development of FCS All-American defensive end Greg Menard. Menard was nominated for the 2016 Buck Buchanan Award after breaking onto the national scene with a tremendous junior season.

Cain spent the 2013 season at Wyoming, serving as defensive line coach and later as interim defensive coordinator. Prior to his time in Laramie, Cain got his first full-time coaching opportunities as a defensive line assistant at the FCS level. He began at Missouri State (2006-08) before making a stop at Cal Poly (2009-12).

Cain also participated in the National Football League's minority internship in the summer of 2008 with the Arizona Cardinals. He continued in the program during the summer of 2009 with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Immediately following his collegiate playing career, Cain entered the coaching ranks. He spent two seasons as a high school coach and one year as an assistant coach at Sacramento City College before getting his opportunity at the FBS level as a defensive graduate assistant during the 2005 season at Ohio University under head coach Frank Solich. His responsibilities at Ohio were with the defensive ends.

A native of Sacramento, Calif., Cain played two seasons at New Mexico State and graduated in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in family consumer sciences. He started his college football career at Sacramento City College, where he was a first-team all-state selection playing two seasons as a defensive lineman for the Panthers. He transferred to NMSU, where he was a 2002 second-team All-Sun Belt Conference pick.


94 Feet with Coach JT The Co-Host Of @DloandKC on @espn1320can also find him on 97.5 KDEE(Kenny Caraway)

94 Feet with Coach JT The Co-Host Of @DloandKC on @espn1320can also find him on 97.5 KDEE(Kenny Caraway)

April 5, 2021

Kenny lived a grew up in the green haven part of Sacramento, but somehow went to CKM and played basketball. After doing numbers at CKM, he became a two year starter at CRC JC in Sactown. Kenny was a bucket no matter where he went. We talk adversity doing things his own way and choosing his path! Kenny lets us in on how being respectable to the now Sac State Head coach Kats back then, lead him to Cal State East Bay!  While at East Bay Kenny got to work putting up all time numbers in just tow seasons and going down in schools history in a few categories. Kenny tells how he got started in radio and sports broadcasting and how things have started to take off for him. However we can't forget the long hours and grind it took to get here. Very proud of my boy/brotha from another indeed! I know pops would be proud of you bro and we only getting started! Love ya brodie! 

94 Feet With Coach JT (Patty Medina)

94 Feet With Coach JT (Patty Medina)

March 29, 2021

Coach Patty M. was born in Señora Mexico she grew up in San Diego Ca. She is the founder of Hooper Mentality. Coach Patty has her BS from San Diego State and her Masters from National University. Prior Head coaching experience at West Cliff University  and Bethesda College. She Currently resides in Baltimore and looks to continue her passion for helping, advocating and inspiring all people! On the show we talking coaching wins and losses. The grind of starting a program, also to having fund and spend your own money so players can have. 

94 Feet With Coach JT from Sacramento Ca, Sac High Girls  Section Champion PG (Ryanne Walters) Sit Down With me

94 Feet With Coach JT from Sacramento Ca, Sac High Girls Section Champion PG (Ryanne Walters) Sit Down With me

March 20, 2021

 Ryanne, Attented Sacramento Charter High School of the Metropolitan Conference in the Sac-Joaquin Section under coach Michelle Massari ... Averaged 10.9 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 6.2 assists per game in final season ... Ranked no. 90 overall player in her class according to ESPN rankings ... Also ranked as no. 27 guard ... Spent time playing for Nike Girls Elite team Cal Sparks ... Was an All-Junior Second Team pick as well as a 2017 Division-II All-State Second Team honoree and All-League MVP

94 Feet With Coach JT from Sacramento Ca, 916 Head Girls 2x Section Champion Coach Shandyn Foster joins me

94 Feet With Coach JT from Sacramento Ca, 916 Head Girls 2x Section Champion Coach Shandyn Foster joins me

March 16, 2021
A Christian Brothers Class of 2000 graduate, Shandyn Foster is the head coach of the varsity women’s basketball team. Shandyn became the head coach during the 2017-2018 season. During her first three years as head coach the team has made three section final game appearances, winning two of three. She previously coached the CB freshman women’s basketball team, AAU and youth league teams. As a four-year varsity starter for the Falcons, she was a three-time, first team All-Metro League selection and as a senior was a third-team All-Area selection by the Sacramento Bee. Shandyn played two years of college basketball – at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, Ca., and at Sacramento City College. “I coach because I love the game of basketball and the relationships that I build through this great game. I love teaching the girl’s life lessons and prepare my players with life skills to be better citizens for the future.” Coach Shandyn Foster '00 #Womenshistorymonth 
94 Feet With Coach JT from Sacramento Ca, 916 Lauren Goodman

94 Feet With Coach JT from Sacramento Ca, 916 Lauren Goodman

March 9, 2021

Lauren Goodman, started off a dragon and finished up at 3500 a Titian. Then she received a full scholarship to Jackson State University where she competed as point guard in the Southwestern Athletic Conference [SWAC] for 4 seasons for the Tigers. Goodman was a consistent contributor collecting multiple double-figure scoring nights. Retiring to Sacramento, she was named girls varsity basketball coach at Monterey Trail. In just her second season, she was honored as Delta League coach-of-the-year. Shifting gears to pursue as sports broadcasting career, Goodman is her 4th year as a member of the Hometown Sports game-of-the-week announce team, serving as a field reporter during the football season and game analyst for basketball games. Goodman has used her experiences to motivate athletes and inform parents on her own Goody Givin’ Game platform.

94 Feet With Coach JT. Kaleena Smith aka “Special K” and her God mom Jen Saenz join me!

94 Feet With Coach JT. Kaleena Smith aka “Special K” and her God mom Jen Saenz join me!

March 6, 2021

 Kaleena Smith a super dope 12 year old amazing student athlete lets us in on how she has always played against the boys and works on her game daily. Also when she fell in love with the game of basketball at three years old. Special K is always one of the best on the floor no matter if she is playing on the boys side or girls, the proof is in her work.

God mom Jen talks being a parent of two boys growing up in the basketball community, having to learn the game from studying countless hours of hoop. She spent time reading, watching film, attending practices and even becoming an official. Jen shares how her and Kaleena linked up and been rocking ever since! 

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