Dylan Goodman: Coach

Coach Dylan started his High School career at Long Island Lutheran (LuHi) where he was a 2-year Varsity player. He played a significant role his senior year for a team ranked inside the top 10 in the country. He went on to win the Arby’s three-point contest at the Arby’s Classic and the team’s coaches award. After high school, Dylan just finished his freshman year where he is currently playing basketball at SUNY Maritime.

Cesar Osses: Coach

Coach Cesar is from Lynbrook and attended SUNY Cortland. He did one year as a coaching intern at Tompkins-Cortland Community College. He has been the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at D2 Queens College since 2018. His duties include assisting the rest of the coaching staff in practice planning and game preparation. Additional duties include assisting in player development both athletically and academically, coordinating the team’s travel itineraries and working with game film and scouting reports.

Nick Nemickas: Coach

Coach Nick started his high school career at Plainview Old-Bethpage JFK HS where he was a 3-year Varsity starter, 2-year captain and led his team to a Conference Championship in his senior year. He was named All-Conference his Sophomore and Junior year and All Long Island Sophomore year. Nick was also named team MVP along with all-league player his senior year. After High School, he continued his playing career at St. Joseph’s University in Patchogue where he played 2 years there.

Chuck Santarelli: Coach

Coach Chuck Santarelli began his basketball career at St. Dominics High School where he played 2 years under Tom Tarantino who was responsible for multiple state championships. He was a defensive stopper guarded some top talent such as Brandon Knight and Felipe Lopez. Chuck coached travel basketball for Wheatley for 8 years winning multiple championships and helping develop and mentor multiple college players. He also coached little league for 10 years, served on the board of East Williston Little League and was named the Man of the year.

Justin Forest: Coach

Coach Justin Forest started his high school career at Magnet High School in Queens where he played Varsity for 4 years. He was named the MVP of the team, was number 2 in scoring in the Double A conference and was a 1,000+ point scorer. After Hugh School Justin went to D3 Rhode Island College before transferring to D2 Adelphi University where he finished his College career. He is now a graduate assistant for the team and in his first year coaching with Level Up.

Bobby Barry: Coach

Coach Bobby Barry started his playing career in upstate NY at Duanesburg High School where he brought his team to the state semi-finals and was named the MVP of his team and Western Athletic Conference All-Star. He went on to play 4 years of college basketball. His first 2 at HVCC where they were the #1 ranked Jr. College in the country. Bobby earned the honor of being the Captain of the team and winning the Coaches Award in his sophomore year. He continued his career at Alfred University where he became the captain of that team too. In addition, Coach Barry also played in the in Empire State Games his Sophomore and Junior year of college which showcased him as one of the top players in NYS during that time. Bobby has been involved in youth development for years now having experience working with the Varsity Basketball team at Don Bosco Prep in New Jersey as well as coaching CYO Basketball on Long Island.

Shamoy Mcintosh: Coach/Trainer

Coach Shamoy started his basketball career at Floral Park Memorial High School where he won the Hank Williams Player of the Year, Conference Player of the Year and was First Team All-Long Island averaging almost 22 ppg. He was also a 1,000 point scorer. Upon graduation he played at D3 SUNY Plattsburgh where he was again a 1,000 point scorer and a key player. After graduating he became an Assistant Coach at Plattsburgh for one year and then returned to Long Island where he was back at Floral Park and Sewanaka JV. This year was his first season as the JV Basketball Coach at Roslyn High School where he received Conference Coach of the Year honors.

Anthony Davis: Coach

Coach Anthony Davis began his basketball career at Holy Cross High School where he played 4 years. He was named CHSAA All-Diocesan Team twice and All New York City third team in his senior year. The AAU team that he played for was one of the top teams in the country playing alongside former pros God Shammgod and Ron Artest. Upon graduation he was recruited to some top D1 schools but decided to stay local attending Hofstra University where he played 4 years under now Villanova Head Coach Jay Wright. He played alongside Speedy Claxton and Norm Richardson. Afterwards he played professionally in France. Anthony still has a legendary name in the New York basketball scene and was one of the best pure scorers and long distance shooters around. Currently, he is the Assistant Coach for LuHi’s Regional team.

Jerrel “Tex” Harris: Coach/Trainer

Coach Jerrel “Tex” Harris grew up in Texas where he started his basketball career at Pinkston High School where he was one of the top scorers in the state. He helped lead the team to one of the best records in school history. From there he went to prep school at Bridgeton Academy where he won a championship. After that he went to the University of Tampa where he helped the team to the best start in school history at 17-0. The next year he transferred to Dowling College where he helped lead the team to the #1 seed in the conference. After College Jerrell has worked at and ran camps around the country including the Big 3 camp with former NBA player Kenyon Martin. He has also worked with NBA players Raymond Felton and Yogi Ferrell. Tex is currently one of the Head Skills Coaches for High School National Powerhouse LuHi.

Luke Wandrusch: Trainer

Coach Luke Wandrusch played at Chaminade High School and walked-on to D1 Loyola University Maryland. He played all 4 years that included a 2012 MAAC Championship and an NCAA Tournament appearance. After college Luke worked briefly in finance before moving to Germany to start his coaching career. He was an assistant coach of MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg from 2015 to 2017 which included 2 playoff seasons and worked with NBA players such as Royce O’Neale, Jon Brockman and DJ Kennedy as well as coaches John Patrick and Martin Schiller. While living in Germany Luke also played in the German Regionalliga. In April he moved back to New York. He brings his international basketball knowledge and skills to Level Up.