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Reggie Fox - President/Coach/Trainer

Reggie Fox basketball soloPersonal Bio
Born in Chicago, Illinois

At AIMHIGH, Coach Reggie Fox works with both male and female players ages 6 through the professional ranks. Throughout the year, he works with individuals, age/skill based groups, and full teams. Reggie brings a wealth of knowledge and training to every workout session.

As a starting guard  multiple years in the NCAA tourney including a trip to the Sweet Sixteen in 1987 at the University of Wyoming, Fox developed tenacity for taking his game to an ever-increasing level of play. He spent 12 years playing professionally with stops in the NBA, CBA, and internationally (Spain and Italy) and more than 10 years under the tutelage of mentor and close friend Earvin “Magic” Johnson as well as touring the world with the “Magic Johnson All-Stars” comprised of ex-NBA players and current NBA coaches Kurt Rambis (New York Knicks) Lester Conner (Denver Nuggets) and Mark Aguirre formerly of New York Knicks. Having played several years in the CBA for former Detroit pistons and current Minnesota Timberwolves president and  Coach Flip Saunders and having been captain of the 1996 CBA championship team, Fox has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience.

Fox then went on to begin a successful coaching career that has included several “Coach of the Year” awards and championships. Reggie was head coach and G.M. in the Continental Basketball Association as well as the only former player to serve on the Governing board of rules and competition commitee in the CBA. Reggie was general manager and Head Coach  of the WBA South-East division Decatur Court Kings of the minor leagues while earning “Coach of the Year” and winning the league championship. Coach Fox has also spent several years coaching internationally and Associate Coach with the Phoenix Scorpions of the ABA minor league. He has served as Head Coach/ Player personnel for Cometas and Pioneros in Mexico’s’ Pro leagues while winning a championship with Pioneros of Cancun. He was also voted All-Star Coach in Mexico’s’ top two Professional leagues.

Reggie attended University of Wyoming for Marketing and Business Management and is Bi-lingual with Spanish as a second language. In the past 15 years Fox has run charitable basketball camps at disadvantage high schools in Michigan. In honor of those charitable efforts and community service, Coach Fox has a day named after him in Lake County, Michigan.

Dave Camadini - Asst director/ Coach/Trainer

Dave CamadiniAt AIMHIGH, Dave Camadini, Former point guard has lots of heart and deep experience in basketball. Graduating from Aliso Niguel high school, he earned All-League honors as he led his team in scoring, assists, steals, and 3-point shooting while being named team MVP. Dave went on to play professionally in Uruguay where he averaged 15 points a game. He then returned to the states to play at Laramie County Community College.

Dave earned All-Conference honors as he led his team in scoring, assists and led the highly competitive Region IX conference in three-point shooting at 55%. He had a career game against the 9th best team in the nation when he scored 39pts, 7assts, 5rebs, 5steals, on 15-24 shooting. He culminated his collegiate career at Chadron State College, a Division II school in Nebraska. Dave played on a traveling team the summer before his senior year that competed against pro teams in Europe. He led his team to an 8-1 record while averaging 25pts, shooting 52% from the field, and nailing 49 3-pointers. He turned down offers to play in both Germany and the Czech Republic to return to school for his senior year. Dave went on to lead his team in points, assists, steals, and 3-point shooting while earning All-Conference honors and being named team MVP. Dave's pro career was cut short as he suffered a devastating knee injury just two weeks before he was scheduled to return to Uruguay. Coach Dave has been an invaluable piece in his first pro coaching stint as Assistant Coach to the #1 ranked Scorpions of the ABA minor league team this season. Coach Dave is also asst director of operations for A.E.A as well.

Meisha Fox  -  Director/Coach/ Senior Trainer

Meisha FoxAt AIMHIGH, Meisha Fox has always possessed a strong passion for the game of basketball since her playing career began in high school at W. H. Spencer High School in Columbus, GA where she led her team to win a regional tournament, earning them an appearance to state finals for the first time in school history. By her junior and senior year she was voted player of the year in her district. Meisha attended nationally ranked Life University in Atlanta. With a standout career there, she helped her team earn back-to-back appearances to the NAIA Div I national tournament and a #1 ranking in 2001 with a 31-3 season. Meisha went on to Europe to start her pro career in Hungary with stops in Germany, South America as well as the U.S. Minor Leagues. She gained experience as both a player and assistant coach in several of the Women's Pro Leagues. She was also voted top female coach/trainer three consecutive years at Steve Smith's (former NBA all-pro/Olympian) basketball camp as well as one of the top trainers at Magic Johnson's "Triple-Threat basketball Academy" in East Lansing, Mich.                       

Deana BledsoeDeana Bledsoe- Coach/ Trainer

Coach Deana Bledsoe join the A.E.A coaching family after having a successful playing career. Coach Deana played 2 years at Pima Community college in Tucson, Az then went on to play and addtional 2 years at Asford University in Clinton, Iowa. She went on to attend the Womens Basketball Coaches Association in 2013 that included mentoring sessions with many nationally ranked Coaches. Coach "D" has been the girls varsity assistant coach for Copper Canyon high School for the past year and has been an excellent addition to the A.E.A family. Coach "D" does an great job relating to players and communicating as well. She is a student of the game and works at every opportunity to learn more about the game. 

Mohamed TangaraMohamed Tangara - Coach/ Trainer

Mohamed Tangara is a native of Malian, Africa. He is currently ranked the #9 player in Africa where he plays professionally. Tangara played at the University of Arizona from 2004-2008, and Chaminade University from 2008-2009. He is a member of The Mali senior basketball national team 2000 to present. He was also a member of The Mali Junior National Team from 1998-2000 and won the bronze medal with the Mali National Junior team in the 2000 Junior Africa Cup. Tangara went to Mount Zion Christian Academy in NC Durham from 2000-2004 where he ranked as the No. 38 overall high school prospect in the country and No. 11 power forward averaging 15.0 points, 15.0 rebounds, and 4.0 blocked shots per game as a senior in high school.

In 2003, Tangara led Team Georgia Elite to the semifinals of the AAU Super Showcase and was voted a top-five player at the NBA Camp, where he earned best defensive player. Tangara was also a member of the 2004 high school All American game and played with superstars such as Dwight Howard, DeMarcus Nelson, and Sean Singletary. Tangara was a member of the 2005 Pac-10 champions University of Arizona basketball team and finished out his college career at Chaminate University in Honolulu where he led the team in rebounds and was second in scoring.

Terrell WashingtonTerrell Washington - Coach/ Trainer

Coach Terrell has been a staple with A.E.A for the past couple years. Coach Terrell was an exceptional high school player out of Chicago, Illinois. Coach Terrell was known as a tough hard nose defender with a great work ethic.He briings a passion to our training and coaching that has made him a valued coach. With the ability to relate, teach and Coach our youngest teams to our 17u teams he is a great asset to the A.E.A coaching team.