One of the best players in TCU Basketball history is staying on the coaching staff heading into next season, as former Graduate Assistant Corey Santee has been promoted to Director of Player Development.
Santee spent the past two seasons serving as a GA while he worked on his Master’s degree, which he earned this past May in Liberal Arts. He spent the previous eight years playing professionally overseas.
A Letterman’s Hall of Fame inductee, Santee was a two-time All Conference USA selection as a starter for the Frogs, where he played from 2001-2005. The Flint, Michigan native is the all-time leader in three pointers made, second in points and assists, and third in steals for TCU.
With so many changes amongst the players and coaches this off-season, retaining Santee is a great move for Jamie Dixon. Beloved by the players, he will be an asset to the program in a myriad of ways.