After three successful seasons at Chattanooga and VCU, 33-year-old Will Wade is near the top of our list of up-and-coming head coaches who might make a name for themselves in 2016-17.
Candidates for this list only had to meet two criteria for consideration: no older than 42 with fewer than 100 career wins.
Even in an industry where most of the great coaches are going well into their 60s, it's hard to be considered an up-and-comer once someone is in their mid-40s.
The VCU Rams will head into the 2015-2016 season without the man that put them on the map—Shaka Smart. Smart, in the biggest news to break after the NCAA tournament, announced he would be leaving Virginia Commonwealth University to ...
VCU men's basketball coach Wade to earn $1 million per year, bonuses could increase salary