Argrett graduated from Pfeiffer University in 2005 with a degree in Pre-Law, where he was named a NCAA Division 2 All-American. After graduation, Argrett played professionally in Europe for 5 years in Germany, Romania, Czech Republic and Poland. Argrett success continued in Europe as he was named in 2006 to the Romanian All-Star Game and also in 2007 earning a spot on the Czech Republic All-Star team as well as being named the Most Valuable Player in the Czech Republic League after averaging 20 points and 8 rebounds a game.
Coach Chris Carr is starting his fourth year working with Damien Argrett and his BOBW organization. He brings an unrelenting passion to teach and coach the game of basketball. This includes over 35 years of coaching experience at various level highlighted by head coaching stops at Elizabeth Irwin High School in NY, NY, and Cave Spring High School in Roanoke VA.
He also brings extensive coaching experience from his summer camp employment working for the staffs
of basketball legends Bob Knight, Billy Donavan, Lefty Driesell, and Rick Pitino.
He is a native of the hoops crazed state of Indiana where he was a three-year letterman and played at
perennial power New Albany High School in New Albany IN. He started his Collegiate playing career at
Mount Olive College in Mt. Olive NC and ended his playing days at Morehead State University in Eastern
He is married to the former Corie Fuchs and they have two boys Colton and Cooper.
He is excited to continue his coaching career by bringing his passion, expertise, and commitment to the
youth in the BOBW Organization.
Originally from Columbia, South Carolina which is where he grew up. Played AAU with the TOPPS organization during elementary years. Played middle school basketball in the 7th and 8th grade at EL Wright Middle school in Columbia, South Carolina. Then went to Camden Military Academy, which is a prep school located in Camden, South Carolina. Played varsity basketball freshman and sophomore years during time of enrollment. Sophomore year of high school won a conference championship, where he had 17 points 8/8 from the field 6 rebounds 3 assists, and 1 steal. Junior year he transferred to Spring Valley High school, which is located in Columbia, South Carolina. Played junior varsity for junior year of high school while attending Spring Valley Highschool, then moved up to varsity senior year. Senior year lost to in the Semi Finals of the State tournament by three points. Was not able to continue basketball career at the college level, but still had the opportunity to get an academic scholarship to attend Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina. During junior year of college at Catawba he was asked to join the practice team for the woman’s Catawba College basketball team. Senior year of college he was asked to come along on the staff and become a student assistant coach, where they offered him a scholarship to do so. After his Senior season he was offered the assistant coaching position as a volunteer. Then moved on to woodland Heights Middle school where he is currently the head JV middle school coach.
Coach David has used basketball to serve, grow, and mentor athletes through Inbounds Ministries and MAD Hoops. He was a player and captain for the new club Linas Basket Academy in Linas, France for two Seasons.
Coach Tianna Carter, started her career off at UNLV where she played 2 years before transferring to NCCU. In May, she graduated with a degree in behavioral and social science. Now that her playing days are over she looks forward to passing all her knowledge onto the next generation and helping develop their game to be prepared for that next level.