Staff & Coaches


Brian Greene

Brian is a Colorado native and grew up in Thornton. Brian was a standout player at Horizon High School where he won a State Championship in 1998 and was named Colorado Mr. Basketball in 1999. Brian went on to play 4 years at Colorado State where he led the Rams to their first ever Mountain West Conference Championship and their first trip to the NCAA Tournament in 13 years. After his college career Brian went on to play professionally for 13 seasons in Europe. Since retiring in 2015 Brian has enjoyed coaching multiple youth teams in the Denver area including more than 3 years with the Rough Riders.

Kelly Meek

Kelly Meek spent 36 years as a high school coach, including 34 as the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Steamboat Springs High School. With the Sailors, he won 44 league, district or regional championships, and 20 preseason tournament championships.

Meek finished with 544 wins all-time at Steamboat Springs which ranks him third all-time among Colorado high school coaches and second all-time among coaches at one school.

Meek entered the Colorado High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2011.

Tracy Neely 

Tracy brings an abundance of experience as both a player and a coach.  Tracy enjoyed a very good college career as a 4-year starter with individual awards that included: All-Conference, All-State, All-District 25 (Georgia and Florida) College All-Star Team, 1st Team All-Tournament and team’s Most Valuable Player at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, averaging 21 points and 8 rebounds per game.  Tracy completed a Master’s degree from Walla Walla University in College Place, Washington.

Tracy has coached basketball in a variety of capacities, starting with AAU basketball. Two seasons ago, he coached high school basketball at Nezperce High School in Idaho and spent three seasons at Legacy High School, first as an assistant and promoted to Head Coach.

Justin Johnson

My background is in psychology with an emphasis on child and sport psychology. I’ve been playing basketball for 25 years and played at the collegiate level. I’ve been coaching basketball for 13 years, 3 years at the middle school level, 4 years at the high school level and 6 years at the AAU level. My aim is to build the best basketball player that the player can be and to push each player to reach their ultimate potential.


Rick Dunn

Rick has lived in Colorado for the past 11 years when he moved with his family from the Midwest living in Indiana, Minnesota and Illinois. He has over 10 years’ experience of coaching youth sports up to high school where he prefers to focus on teaching fundamentals, the importance of working as a team and learning lessons through both successes and failures. Knowing the impact that coaches had on his life, he takes the role with the players seriously and tries to be a positive role model by building an environment that promotes growth and development while making sure to bring passion and fun to the game.