Sources: Baylor assistant Jakus to be FAU coach

  • Jeff Borzello, ESPN

    • Personnel WriterMar 27, 2024, 09:29 PM ET Close Basketball recruiting expert.
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    • Graduate of University of Delaware.Florida Atlantic is employing Baylor assistant John Jakus as its next head coach, sources told ESPN on Wednesday.Jakus is changing Dusty May, who left recently to become the head coach at Michigan. May led FAU to the 2023 Last Four and back-to-back NCAA competition appearances.Jakus has been on Scott Drew’s personnel for 7 seasons, helping lead Baylor to the

      national championship in 2021 and back-to-back Huge 12 regular-season titles in 2021 and 2022. He likewise invested three seasons on Mark Couple of’s personnel at Gonzaga as director of basketball operations and started his college training career as a graduate assistant at Baylor.Editor’s Picks He likewise has training experience overseas, as the head coach of ABA Strumica in Macedonia and Agape Bulgaria.Drew’s coaching tree has produced numerous head coaches, including Kansas State’s Jerome Tang, Texas Tech’s Grant McCasland, Wichita State’s Paul Mills and North Florida’s Matt Driscoll.

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