Kenneth Hunter
Kenneth Hunter
Title: Assistant Coach

Joining the Huskies in his first season and the 2015-16 campaign.  A young veteran known as one of the top recruiters in the country coach Ken Hunter has recruited and mentored 2 South Coast Conference MVP’S, 1 State Player of the Year, 3 All State players, and over 28 South Coast Conference All Conference selections in ten years as an assistant coach at Los Angeles Trade Tech Community College. He help revive a program that was 3-27 the  year prior to his arrival and split a conference title his first year coaching with storied programs like LACC and Compton Community College, from that point on Los Angeles Trade Tech became a top program winning 3 South Coast Conference titles and making both elite 8 and final four appearances. Coach Hunter is a staple at top Junior College All American Camps and Showcases and Pro Am basketball leagues such as JBL Pro-Am and the Nike College summer league where he has coached and mentored some of the top players in the country. Coach Hunter played his high school basketball at famed powerhouse Detroit Southwestern and Ecorse high school where he was first team All Suburban Athletic Conference first team in basketball and baseball and News Harold All Dream team and conference baseball unanimous M.V.P. He’s learned from the hall fame coach Perry Watson and Kenneth Jackson and went on to work for future Hall of Famer Richard Wells. Coach Hunter career as a colligate player was cut short due to an accident which paralyzed him permanently but gave him the passion and spirit to start coaching basketball at the junior college level and through hard work and dedication has become one of the best in the business. Coach Hunter has a degree in Kinesiology from California State Fullerton University and has a wife Ingrid Hunter and five kids Kayla 18, Tiana 17, Kenneth 14, Ian 9, and Quen 2.

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