Danny Manning | Head Coach
One of the most accomplished players in the history of college basketball, Danny Manning is now developing a reputation as one of top coaches in the game. As he enters his fourth season at Wake Forest, a man who once starred in the NCAA Tournament and was a first round NBA draft pick is now mentoring and developing players who are accomplishing those feats.
As a player, Manning's resume is unrivaled. His list of accomplishments are what young players dream of achieving: NCAA Champion, consensus National Player of the Year, All-American, No. 1 overall NBA Draft Pick, NBA All-Star, College Basketball Hall of Famer. After winning a national title as an assistant coach at Kansas, Manning's first five years as a head coach has included taking two different schools to the NCAA Tournament, winning a conference regular season and tournament title and developing a NBA first round selection. With his undeniable track record of success, the future of Demon Deacon basketball looks bright under his leadership.Read More
Randolph Childress | Associate Head Coach
Former Demon Deacon All-American basketball player and ACC legend Randolph Childress is in his seventh season with the Wake Forest athletic department and his sixth season as a member of the basketball staff in 2017-18. He is in his second season as associate head coach after spending three seasons as an assistant coach.
Childress began his tenure on the Demon Deacon basketball staff in 2012-13 as the program’s Director of Player Development. After one season, he was elevated to an assistant coach, a position he held for three seasons before his promotion to associate head coach prior to the 2016-17 seasonRead More
Steve Woodberry | Assistant Coach
Steve Woodberry is in his fourth season as an assistant coach with the Wake Forest basketball program. Woodberry joined the Demon Deacons in April 2014 after working under head coach Danny Manning for two seasons at Tulsa.
During his first three seasons at Wake Forest, Woodberry has helped Manning rebuild the Demon Deacon program, which returned to the NCAA Tournament in 2017. The 2016-17 Deacs, featuring All-American and eventual NBA first round pick John Collins, ranked in the top 10 nationally in offensive efficiency. Wake Forest set school records with 268 3-pointers and 77.8 percent from the free throw line as the Deacs averaged 82.8 points per game.Read More
Jamill Jones | Assistant Coach
Jamill Jones is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Wake Forest basketball program. He joined the Demon Deacons in May 2017 after serving as an assistant coach at UCF, VCU and Florida Gulf Coast.
Prior to entering the collegiate coaching ranks, Jones spent five years as an assistant coach with Washington, D.C. based Nike Team Takeover. During his tenure with the club, he worked with over 70 Division-I scholarship players and helped the team capture the 2010 EBYL Championship. Jones also helped organize and run the 2011 and 2012 National High School Hoop Festival, in addition to serving as a skills instructor at the 2012 Nike Skills Summit.
A native of Philadelphia, Jones graduated from Arkansas Tech in 2008. He began his collegiate career at North Platte Community College in Nebraska, where he was selected to the athletic department's Hall of Fame.Read More
Justin Baumann | Director of Basketball Operations
Justin Bauman is in his fourth season on the Wake Forest basketball staff in 2017-18, serving as the Demon Deacons’ Director of Basketball Operations.
Bauman came to Wake Forest in April 2014 following a two-year stint in the same position under Danny Manning at the University of Tulsa. He helped lead the Golden Hurricane to the 2013-14 Conference USA championship, the program’s first title since 2003.Read More
Ryan Horn | Director of Athletic Performance
Ryan Horn is in his fourth season with the Wake Forest basketball program in 2017-18. Horn serves as the Demon Deacons’ Director of Athletic Performance.
Horn’s work has been vital to Wake Forest’s resurgence as the Deacs returned to the NCAA Tournament in 2017. Among the athletes he has helped develop was 2017 NBA first round pick John Collins.
Horn joined the Demon Deacons in April 2014 after working under head coach Danny Manning at Tulsa where he helped the Golden Hurricane win the 2013-14 Conference USA regular season and tournament championships--the program’s first title since 2003Read More
Roger Epps, Jr | Basketball Multimedia Coordinator
Roger Epps, Jr. is in his fifth year as a member of the Wake Forest athletic department and his first season as a member of the men's basketball staff in 2017-18. Epps assumed the role of Basketball Multimedia Coordinator in June 2017 after four years as an assistant director in the athletic multimedia department.
As the Basketball Multimedia Coordinator, Epps operates and maintains the program's video operation, including filming of practice and games, coordinating film exchange and assisting the coaching staff with scouting. He also helps coordinate community service programs and assists with the marketing of the program.Read More
Evan Manning | Basketball Program Assistant / Camp Director
Evan Manning is in his first season as a Basketball Program Assistant/Team Manager with the Wake Forest men's basketball program. He joined the program in June 2017 after playing his collegiate career at Kansas.
Manning assists in various operations of the men's basketball program, including practice preparation, community service projects with student-athletes and coaches, scouting and is the director of summer camps and clinics.Read More