|Previous College:||Wesley '18|
Paul Clemons enters his first season as an assistant coach for the Wesley College men’s basketball team in 2018-19.
The 6-4 native of Dennery, St. Lucia finished his playing career at Wesley in 2018 after transferring from Highland Community College in Highland, Kan. In his two years at Wesley, Clemons amassed 364 career rebounds, good for 19th all-time in program history. He also recorded 10 career double-doubles, including a 32-point, 15-rebound performance in a Capital Athletic Conference win over St. Mary’s (Md.) in January 2018. Clemons shot a remarkable 47 percent from the field and 86 percent from the charity stripe.
Off the court, Clemons mentored local youth with the Dover chapter of the Green Beret Project, where he mentors local youth, coordinates activities at the organization's youth center as well as for its summer program, tutors after school members and transports students to and from the community center.
Clemons' responsibilities will include: assisting with planning and implementation of practices, scouting, recruiting, video analysis, individual player coaching sessions, academic monitoring, coordinate & oversee strength & conditioning program; promoting youth basketball camps; and community outreach development.
Clemons earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Wesley in May 2018. He is currently enrolled in the Wesley Sport Leadership graduate program.