Basketball 2 The Limit AAU

B2L Coaches & Staff

Donald Morris Jr:

Program Director/ Head Coach

Email: basketball2thelimit@gmail.com 

 

Donald Morris Jr has been a College basketball Coach for over 16 years. He is currently the Head Men's Basketball Coach at Framingham State University. Previously, Coach Morris was the Head Coach for MassBay Community College, Lesley University and Daniel Webster College. Coach Morris, a Somerville native, also had successful coaching stints at Newbury College, Emerson College and Suffolk University.

While leading MassBay Communitiy College, the Buccaneers showed remarkable improvement in their first season under Head Coach Donald Morris Jr during the 2019-20 campaign improving their win total. The Buccaneers also earned a playoff berth in the Region 21 playoffs. During the season the Buccaneers defeated four national ranked teams. In his first season Coach Morris and the Buccaneers finished 10th in opponents field goal percentage and 7th in points allowed per game in the NJCAA Division III. On the offensive end the Buccaneers were 2nd in field goal percentage and 2nd in 3pt percentage in the country for NJCAA Division III. Coach Morris and his staff produced two all-conference players that were top 5 in the conference in field goal percentage and three point percentage. Both players went on to receive athletic scholarships to continue their education and athletic careers at four year institutions.

Prior to MassBay, Coach Morris was the Associate Head Coach at Newbury College for the 2018-19 season where the Nighthawks advanced to the NECC Championship game for the first time in school history. In 2017-2018 Coach Morris was the Assistant Coach at Emerson College. From 2006-2014, Donald Morris Jr was the Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Lesley University, making appearances in the NAC finals and the NECC Semi Finals. Coach Morris produced Lesley Universities first D3 All-American Men’s basketball player, and had several players receive National “Scholar-Baller” Awards in conjunction with the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS). From 2014-2017, Coach Morris was the Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Daniel Webster College, producing the first D3 All-American player in school history, and advancing to the NECC Semi-Finals.

Coach Morris has also worked closely with staff from the Iowa Wolves NBA G-League, Minnesota Timberwolves, Orlando Magic, Boston Celtics and the New England Falcons, a Women’s Semi Pro Team. During Coach Morris’ career coaching collegiate basketball, he has won over 100 games and had nine players sign professional basketball contracts to play overseas and workout with NBA G-League teams. Coach Morris started his own AAU program, called Basketball 2 the Limit, which has sent over 200 student-athletes to play collegiate basketball at D1, D2 and D3 schools all across the country in the past 13 years.

Coach Morris began his basketball career as a four year starter at Somerville High School in Somerville, Massachusetts. During his four years at Somerville he was a two - time Greater Boston League All Star and one of the Boston Globe’s and Herald's "preseason players to watch." Upon graduating from Somerville High School, Donald Morris Jr received a scholarship to attend Notre Dame Prep, one of the top prep schools in New England. He then earned a scholarship to Dean Junior College where he was a two year captain and leading scorer for the Bulldogs his senior year, earning the team's MVP award and an All - Conference Nomination. Coach Morris graduated from Dean Junior College with an associate's degree in Sports Management.

Coach Morris then went on to play at Division II Southern New Hampshire University. After some time at SNHU, Coach Morris returned home to Boston to finish his education at Lesley University. In 2005 Coach Morris graduated from Lesley University with a Bachelor's degree in Sports Management.

Coach Morris was invited to try out for the Cape Cod Frenzy, Newark Express, and the Charlotte Blue Waves who are in the ABA and P.B.L. He has coached at exclusive basketball camps across the country such as Five Star, Eastern Invitational, Hoop Mountain, Red Auerbach School, Nike Southern Preps, the Boston Celtics Camp, Dana Barros Camp, and several others. Coach Morris resides in Melrose, MA with his wife and their son Donald Morris III.

Prior to MassBay, Coach Morris was the Associate Head Coach at Newbury College for the 2018-19 season where the Nighthawks advanced to the NECC Championship game for the first time in school history. In 2017-2018 Coach Morris was the Assistant Coach at Emerson College. From 2006-2014, Donald Morris Jr was the Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Lesley University, making appearances in the NAC finals and the NECC Semi Finals. Coach Morris produced Lesley Universities first D3 All-American Men’s basketball player, and had several players receive National “Scholar-Baller” Awards in conjunction with the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS). From 2014-2017, Coach Morris was the Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Daniel Webster College, producing the first D3 All-American player in school history, and advancing to the NECC Semi-Finals. 
Coach Morris has also worked closely with staff from the Iowa Wolves NBA G-League, Minnesota Timberwolves, Orlando Magic, Boston Celtics and the New England Falcons, a Women’s Semi Pro Team. During Coach Morris’ career coaching collegiate basketball, he has won over 100 games and had nine players sign professional basketball contracts to play overseas and workout with NBA G-League teams. Coach Morris started his own AAU program, called Basketball 2 the Limit, which has sent over 200 student-athletes to play collegiate basketball at D1, D2 and D3 schools all across the country in the past 13 years.
Coach Morris began his basketball career as a four year starter at Somerville High School in Somerville, Massachusetts. During his four years at Somerville he was a two - time Greater Boston League All Star and one of the Boston Globe’s and Herald's "preseason players to watch." Upon graduating from Somerville High School, Donald Morris Jr received a scholarship to attend Notre Dame Prep, one of the top prep schools in New England. He then earned a scholarship to Dean Junior College where he was a two year captain and leading scorer for the Bulldogs his senior year, earning the team's MVP award and an All - Conference Nomination. Coach Morris graduated from Dean Junior College with an associate's degree in Sports Management.
Coach Morris then went on to play at Division II Southern New Hampshire University. After some time at SNHU, Coach Morris returned home to Boston to finish his education at Lesley University. In 2005 Coach Morris graduated from Lesley University with a Bachelor's degree in Sports Management.
Coach Morris was invited to try out for the Cape Cod Frenzy, Newark Express, and the Charlotte Blue Waves who are in the ABA and P.B.L. He has coached at exclusive basketball camps across the country such as Five Star, Eastern Invitational, Hoop Mountain, Red Auerbach School, Nike Southern Preps, the Boston Celtics Camp, Dana Barros Camp, and several others. Coach Morris resides in Melrose, MA with his wife and their son Donald Morris III.

Malcolm Andrews:

Head Coach

Email: MalcolmAndrews4@gmail.com

Malcolm Andrews is a native of Medford, Mass and a 2004 graduate from Medford High School. Coach Andrews played for the Medford Mustangs and was a 3 year varsity player. After graduation Andrews attended Salem State College where he played for a year in 2005, and helped the team to the MASCAC Championship and a birth to the NCAA tournament. The following year Andrews transferred to Lesley University. In his time at Lesley University, he guided the Lynx to the NEC conference championship in 07-08. Malcolm Andrews holds the record for one of Lesley Universities top rebounders, scorers and block shots in school history.

In his time at Lesley University, Coach Andrews won awards such as most improved player and team MVP. Coach Andrews started his coaching career as an assistant coach with the Baystate Jaguars where he was active in skill development and conditioning as a coach. Coach Andrews then went on to coach for B2L as well as become the Men's Assistant Coach at Lesley University for many seasons. Coach Andrews has worked camps such as Five Star, Boston Celtics, Below the Rim, Red Auerbach, Hoop Fever, and K.C Jones Camp. 

Coach Andrews graduated from Lesley University in 2009 with a B.A in English. Coach Andrews is currently the Head Coach for the Girls Basketball Team at Boston Tech and a full time teacher for Boston Public Schools. He was the 2017 Coach of the Boston High School Girls City All-Star Game held at Northeastern University.

Ramim Bhuiya:

Head Coach

Email:rhbhuiya@gmail.com

Ramim Bhuiya is a Registered Athletic Administrator and NCAA Certified Coach as well as the Assistant Coach for the Framingham State University Men's Basketball Program. Prior, Coach Bhuiya was the Assistant Coach at MassBay Community College and the Girls Varsity Coach at Brimmer and May. Coach Bhuiya joined the men's basketball coaching staff at Lesley University for the 2010-11 season as an assistant coach on Donald Morris' staff. He attended Lexington Christian Academy, in Lexington, MA, where he was a member of the basketball team that won an Eastern Independent League championship and qualified for the New England Prep School Athletic Council’s postseason each of his four years on the team. After high school, he worked with the Lexington Christian program as an assistant coach.

Coach Bhuiya graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Throughout his undergraduate career, Coach Bhuiya stayed active within the sport, learning from the Minutemen coaches such as Travis Ford and Derek Kellogg. Coach Bhuiya has worked at top basketball camps including the Boston Celtics camp for year.

After UMass, Coach Bhuiya served as an interim with the University of Connecticut Athletics where he was active with the successful men's and women's basketball programs as they both advanced to the NCAA Final Four and the Men's National Championship. Coach Bhuiya started his Collegiate Coaching Career as an Assistant Coach for the Lesley University Men's Basketball team, then moved on to become the Full Time Assistant Men's Basketball Coach for Daniel Webster College, and was promoted in 2016 to the Associate Head Coach of the Daniel Webster College Men's Basketball Team. Afterwards, Coach Bhuiya became the Girls Varsity Head Coach at Brimmer and May. Coach Bhuiya is currently the Men's Basketball Assistant Coach at MassBay Community College.

 Jill Latanowich:

Head Coach

Email: basketball2thelimit@gmail.com

Coach Latanowich is currently the Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Brandeis University. Prior, she was the Assistant Coach for the Women's Basketball Team at MIT. Latanowich is a former captain and 4 year scholarship player at Division II Goldey-Beacom College. She has accumulated awards such as 4 time All-Academic Team, Hustle Award, and Strength and Conditioning Athlete. Latanowich is currently 6th in all-time school history for a single season field goal percentage. Coach Latanowich is a recipient of the 2020 Women's Basketball Coaches Association "So You Want to Be a Coach" Program. She is a B2L alumni and former Newton North star where she was a 2 year captain, Bay State League All-Star, and a Nike U.S. Junior Nationals All Star.

John Sanchez:

Head Coach

Email: basketball2thelimit@gmail.com

John Sanchez enters his first season with B2L after spending the past two seasons as an
assistant on the nationally ranked MIT staff. During the 17-18 season, MIT finished with a
record of 25-6 and advanced all the way to the Elite 8, only losing to Ramapo in the final
seconds. While at MIT, he was responsible for individually working with players, recruiting,
assisting with in game preparation and video scouting, and assistance in budgeting and
expense reports.
Sanchez made the move to coaching after spending 2012-2016 playing professionally in the
various leagues throughout Mexico. During his time in Mexico, he played over 150 games
internationally and enjoyed 4 All Star seasons. He spent his first professional season with the
UAT Correcaminos of the LNBP and then moved on to the Cerveceros De Meoqui of the Liga
Estatal for his final 4 seasons. His first deal was offered by Manuel Raga who was recently
enshrined into the FIBA Hall of Fame as part of a class with Hakeem Olajuwon.
Before entering the pro ranks, Sanchez played for Coach Morris at nearby Lesley University.
Under Coach Morris, Sanchez had a great deal of success and eventually became the first
player in school history to receive All American honors, in any sport. He was voted a Pre-
Season All- American by D3 Sporting News going into the 2011-12 season and finished as the
2nd leading scorer along with several other assist and free throw records. He also finished as a
1,000 point scorer, 3 time all conference selection and received national honors when he was
named to the D3Hoops.com Team of The Week.
In high school, Sanchez played at Saint John Bosco in California, which competes in the
nationally known Trinity League. He was a Trinity League Honorable mention his senior year
and played against the likes of Brandon Jennings, James Harden, Klay Thompson, Jrue
Holiday, and Demar DeRozan. He was a key contributor on Varsity for 3 years for a team that
made the playoffs and was a teammate of Daniel Hackett, guard who played at USC and is still
currently playing in the Euroleague with CSKA Moscow.

John Sanchez enters his third season with B2L after spending two seasons as an assistant on the nationally ranked MIT staff. During the 17-18 season, MIT finished with a record of 25-6 and advanced all the way to the Elite 8, only losing to Ramapo in the final seconds. While at MIT, he was responsible for individually working with players, recruiting, assisting with in game preparation and video scouting, and assistance in budgeting and expense reports.

Sanchez made the move to coaching after spending 2012-2016 playing professionally in the various leagues throughout Mexico. During his time in Mexico, he played over 150 games internationally and enjoyed 4 All Star seasons. He spent his first professional season with the UAT Correcaminos of the LNBP and then moved on to the Cerveceros De Meoqui of the Liga Estatal for his final 4 seasons. His first deal was offered by Manuel Raga who was recently enshrined into the FIBA Hall of Fame as part of a class with Hakeem Olajuwon.

Before entering the pro ranks, Sanchez played for Coach Morris at nearby Lesley University. Under Coach Morris, Sanchez had a great deal of success and eventually became the first player in school history to receive All American honors, in any sport. He was voted a Pre- Season All- American by D3 Sporting News going into the 2011-12 season and finished as the 2nd leading scorer along with several other assist and free throw records. He also finished as a 1,000 point scorer, 3 time all conference selection and received national honors when he was named to the D3Hoops.com Team of The Week.

In high school, Sanchez played at Saint John Bosco in California, which competes in the nationally known Trinity League. He was a Trinity League Honorable mention his senior year and played against the likes of Brandon Jennings, James Harden, Klay Thompson, Jrue Holiday, and Demar DeRozan. He was a key contributor on Varsity for 3 years for a team that made the playoffs and was a teammate of Daniel Hackett, guard who played at USC and is still currently playing in the Euroleague with CSKA Moscow.

assistant on the nationally ranked MIT staff. During the 17-18 season, MIT finished with a
record of 25-6 and advanced all the way to the Elite 8, only losing to Ramapo in the final
seconds. While at MIT, he was responsible for individually working with players, recruiting,
assisting with in game preparation and video scouting, and assistance in budgeting and
expense reports.
Sanchez made the move to coaching after spending 2012-2016 playing professionally in the
various leagues throughout Mexico. During his time in Mexico, he played over 150 games
internationally and enjoyed 4 All Star seasons. He spent his first professional season with the
UAT Correcaminos of the LNBP and then moved on to the Cerveceros De Meoqui of the Liga
Estatal for his final 4 seasons. His first deal was offered by Manuel Raga who was recently
enshrined into the FIBA Hall of Fame as part of a class with Hakeem Olajuwon.
Before entering the pro ranks, Sanchez played for Coach Morris at nearby Lesley University.
Under Coach Morris, Sanchez had a great deal of success and eventually became the first
player in school history to receive All American honors, in any sport. He was voted a Pre-
Season All- American by D3 Sporting News going into the 2011-12 season and finished as the
2nd leading scorer along with several other assist and free throw records. He also finished as a
1,000 point scorer, 3 time all conference selection and received national honors when he was
named to the D3Hoops.com Team of The Week.
In high school, Sanchez played at Saint John Bosco in California, which competes in the
nationally known Trinity League. He was a Trinity League Honorable mention his senior year
and played against the likes of Brandon Jennings, James Harden, Klay Thompson, Jrue
Holiday, and Demar DeRozan. He was a key contributor on Varsity for 3 years for a team that
made the playoffs and was a teammate of Daniel Hackett, guard who played at USC and is still
currently playing in the Euroleague with CSKA Moscow.
assistant on the nationally ranked MIT staff. During the 17-18 season, MIT finished with a
record of 25-6 and advanced all the way to the Elite 8, only losing to Ramapo in the final
seconds. While at MIT, he was responsible for individually working with players, recruiting,
assisting with in game preparation and video scouting, and assistance in budgeting and
expense reports.
Sanchez made the move to coaching after spending 2012-2016 playing professionally in the
various leagues throughout Mexico. During his time in Mexico, he played over 150 games
internationally and enjoyed 4 All Star seasons. He spent his first professional season with the
UAT Correcaminos of the LNBP and then moved on to the Cerveceros De Meoqui of the Liga
Estatal for his final 4 seasons. His first deal was offered by Manuel Raga who was recently
enshrined into the FIBA Hall of Fame as part of a class with Hakeem Olajuwon.
Before entering the pro ranks, Sanchez played for Coach Morris at nearby Lesley University.
Under Coach Morris, Sanchez had a great deal of success and eventually became the first
player in school history to receive All American honors, in any sport. He was voted a Pre-
Season All- American by D3 Sporting News going into the 2011-12 season and finished as the
2nd leading scorer along with several other assist and free throw records. He also finished as a
1,000 point scorer, 3 time all conference selection and received national honors when he was
named to the D3Hoops.com Team of The Week.
In high school, Sanchez played at Saint John Bosco in California, which competes in the
nationally known Trinity League. He was a Trinity League Honorable mention his senior year
and played against the likes of Brandon Jennings, James Harden, Klay Thompson, Jrue
Holiday, and Demar DeRozan. He was a key contributor on Varsity for 3 years for a team that
made the playoffs and was a teammate of Daniel Hackett, guard who played at USC and is still
currently playing in the Euroleague with CSKA Moscow.

Steven DiPrizio:

Head Coach

Email:basketball2thelimit@gmail.com

Coach Steven DiPrizio is a former Captain of the Suffolk University Men's Basketball Team. Coach DiPrizio was a four year player and leader for the Suffolk Rams. Previous to his collegiate playing career, Coach DiPrizio played 4 years at Medford High School. Coach DiPrizio is also a B2L alumni. He has worked at numerous basketball camps including  Red Auerbach, Suffolk, and Below the Rim. Coach DiPrizio has been an all GNAC Player and earned the Sportsmanship Award. Coach DiPrizio brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, expertise and passion to his teams and the program.  

 

Axel Marcelin:

Head Coach

Email:basketball2thelimit@gmail.com

Coach Marcelin is currently the Head Coach for the Brimmer & May Boys 6th Grade Team. Coach Marcelin has numerous years of coaching experience and has worked at many basketball camps including Below the Rim and Belmont Hill Camps. He played Varsity Basketball at Belmont Hill and was the Assistant Coach at Belmont Hill from 2015 - 2018. Coach Marcelin graduated from Suffolk University and currently works in the Electrical Engineering field. 

 

Brenton Caesar-Allen:

Head Coach

Email: basketball2thelimit@gmail.com 

Coach Caesar-Allen is currently in his 5th year as the Associate Head Varsity II Basketball Coach at the Brimmer and May School. Coach Caesar-Allen was a 4 year varsity player at Weston High School where he won the Most Improved Award and was named a DCL All-Star and honored by the MIAA for the award of excellence and sportsmanship. Coach Caesar-Allen has worked camps including Below the Rim and Brimmer and May basketball camps.