Charles Hendrix

Charles Hendrix

Coach Hendrix is currently the Athletic Director at Coconut Creek High School in Coconut Creek, FL. His responsibilities include organization and supervision of the entire athletic program, supervision and coordination of athletic facilities, administration and supervision of all athletic events, liaison with the League/State Director, and recommendation to the Principal of changes and selections of coaching personnel.  Coach Hendrix student athletes have received All State, Regional and National recognition. 

From August 2009-May 2011, Coach Hendrix served as the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, Georgia.  Coach Hendrix guided the Falcons to their first appearance in the 5A State Basketball Playoffs.  Additionally, several student athletes received All State, Regional and National recognition including scholarships to: Oak Hill Academy/Memphis University (Damien Wilson), Dillard University (Zack Harmon), The Air Force Academy (Derek Riley) and Middle Georgia College (Aris Hursey).

Coach Hendrix served as the top assistant coach at Wheeler High School in Marietta, Georgia.  During the 2008-2009 season, Hendrix helped lead the Wildcats to a 25-7 overall record, the 5A State Basketball Championship, and a top 50 national ranking.  Several student athletes went on to receive scholarships to: University of Southern California (Ari Stewart), North Carolina State (Richard Howell),Winthrop University (Joey Jerome), Florida International (Phil Taylor), Wofford (Karl Cochran), and UNC-Wilmington (K.K. Simmons).

From June 2005-June 2007, Coach Hendrix served as the Athletic Director/Head Men’s Basketball at Evangel Christian School in Chester, Virginia.  His accomplishments included: leading the school to its first ever trip to the Virginia Independent School State Tournament, Men’s Varsity Basketball Regular Season Champions in 2006, 2007 and nine all conference selections during his tenure.  As the Head Coach, Hendrix compiled an overall record of 33-12.

Hendrix entrance into the coaching profession came by way of Virginia State University, where from August 2004-May 2005, he served as Graduate Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach, with responsibilities that included: assisting the head coach with daily practice planning, scouting opponents to prepare game strategies, recruiting student-athletes of character, on court coaching, monitoring student academic progress, game scheduling, securing travel arrangements, managing expense reports, and media relations.

As a prep at Gainesville (Ga.) High School, Coach Hendrix averaged 10 points, 6 rebounds and 2 block shots per game.  He was named to the 1997-98 Lanier land All-Tournament team and was honorable mention All-State for three years.  He was a member of the Sports Challenge HS All-Star team in 1997-98 when the team played in the Netherlands.

Coach Hendrix completed his first two years of collegiate basketball at Cecil Community College in North East, Maryland (1998-2001).  Playing for the Legendary Bill Lewit, he averaged 12 points, 6 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots per game.  Additionally, Hendrix was a key contributor in their appearance in the 1998-99 National Junior College Athletic Association's National Tournament.  The team received a No. 1 ranking in February 1999. 

From 2001-2003, Hendrix played his final two years of collegiate basketball at Lander University in Greenwood, SC.  Lander competed in the NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference.  At Lander, Hendrix was a 2-Year Letterman and the 2002-2003 recipient of the Lander University Sportsmanship Award.