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Morgan Wootten

Morgan Wootten

“People say Morgan Wootten is the best high school basketball coach in the country. I disagree. I know of no finer coach at any level – high school, college, or pro. I’ve said it elsewhere and I’ll say it here: I stand in awe of him”
– John Wooden – Head Basketball Coach, UCLA (1949-75)
Morgan Wootten coached an amazing 1,274 wins during his tenure as Head Basketball Coach at DeMatha High School in Hyattsville, MD. His career winning percentage of .869 is the highest winning percentage of any coach with more than 500 wins in the history of organized sport. The prestigious Naismith Foundation has named Morgan Wootten the #1 Prep Coach of the 20th Century. And, on October 13, 2000, Morgan Wootten was inducted into the National Basketball Hall of Fame. Click here to see his year-by-year won-loss records as Head Basketball Coach for nearly a half-century at DeMatha Catholic High School.

  • Enshrined in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, Class of 2000
  • Received Naismith Award as the outstanding male prep coach of the twentieth century
  • With almost 1,300 wins and a winning percentage of 87%, he is considered to he the winningest coach in basketball history
  • Has helped over 250 student-athletes receive a full college scholarship
  • Teams have been selected national champs five times. won over 100 major titles, and been voted #1 in the Washing-ton. DC area 23 times
  • National Coach of the Year four times and Coach of the Year in the Washington, DC area ten different years
  • 1991 recipient of the John W. Bunn Award presented by the. Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
  • Initial recipient of the Disney Award as the top sports coach in all of the United States
  • Chairman of the selection committee to pick the McDonald’s All-American team
  • Heavily in demand as a clinician and teacher, he has spoken on five continents, in numerous foreign countries as well as most states in the USA.

 

Joe Wootten

Joe Wootten

“I’ve seen some great teachers around the game – Hubie Brown, Rick Pitino – and Joe has the knack. A lot of people out there know the game, but they can’t teach it. Joe can really teach the game. That’s a unique ability.”
– Joe Cantatino, Associate AD, VCU
  • Wootten has led his team to an averaged of 23.9 wins per season in his 15 years as Head Coach.
  • 38 of his former players are currently playing or have played college athletics and 4 of his former players have played professionally over seas and one in the NBA. 
  • Eleven of his former assistants have advanced in the coaching profession including 1 head college coach, 6 college assistants, and 5 high school coaches.
  • Served as an assistant under Morgan Wootten at DeMatha and Joe Canfafio at Furman University.
  • Know as an excellent teacher of the game,
  • Wootten has spoken at clinics throughout the country and Canada: including South Carolina, Colorado, Minnesota, Delaware, Missouri, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
  • Was named by the Washington Magazine as one of the “100 People to Watch” in Washington, DC in the 21st Century.”
  • He is a member of the McDonalds All America Selection Committee and a member of the Adidas Nations Coaching Staff.