Meet the Coaches
Coach Bruce Daniels
Bruce E. Daniels, born in Buffalo NY, spent most of his young adult years in Ormond Beach, Florida and attended Seabreeze Senior High School where he participated in varsity basketball and football. After high school, he received a basketball scholarship to attend Bethune Cookman University where he later obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education. After completing his undergraduate studies he went on to pursue a master’s degree in Guidance and
Counseling from Tuskegee University where he served as an assistant basketball coach. In 1997, he founded the Tallahassee Junior All-Star Exposure League, a non-profit basketball camp held on the campus of Florida State University. He Created A travel Organization called
the “Tallahassee Spurs Youth Travel Organization “for boys ages 13-17 yrs old. He coached the girls’ basketball team at Deerlake Middle School where he led the team to their first undefeated season in 2000. In 2002 he founded the Tallahassee Bulls Boys and Girls Youth Travel
Basketball organization where he implemented the first-ever high school varsity coaches clinic and the first outdoor summer league for boys and girls ages 10 – 18. Under his direction, 7 travel teams were created. Other community activities include former members of the YMCA Board of Directors; Director of the Bethel Baptist Basketball League; Spring Break Camp, Top Gun Fundamental Basketball Camp, and recipient of the 2005 Outstanding Contributor to Education Award presented by the Bethel Empowerment Foundation. Bruce and his beautiful wife Rhonda are the proud parents of 3 children, Bruce (BJ) Daniels Jr., Laurel, and Eleana.
Quoting: “Walking by Faith"
Asst. Coach Travis Moss
Coach Moss is a graduate from Florida A&M University with a bachelor of science degree in Health, Physical Education, and Fitness. Coach Moss is a certified substitute teacher and a first-year Assistant Coach to the lady lions. Coach Moss is looking forward to working with the students and help grow the Leon Lady Basketball program.
Asst. Coach Chance Baggett
Chance Baggett is a novice volunteer assistant coach hailing from Chicago, IL (hometown). She fell in love with the game in 7th grade and worked hard to become the leading scorer in middle school. She honed her skills playing with several AAU teams before settling in with the Mac Irvin Fire Team out of Chicago. They traveled across the US facing nothing but the best competition from all over. Additionally, she spent countless amounts of time working with personal trainers, and way too many hours in gyms throughout the Chicagoland area. She attended Fenwick High School Oak Park, IL from 2013-2017. She played four years of high school basketball (2 years JV and 2 on varsity). She played all guard positions but mostly point guard. Chance received a D1 offer from The University of Maryland Eastern Shore. The offer presented itself early in her senior year (she did not sign at first). At the end of her senior year, Chance tore her ACL and all offers were off the table. She went to The University of Maryland Eastern Shore as a Biology major where she practiced with the team during the course of her recovery. After completing two academic school years she transferred to her current school, Florida Agricultural, and Mechanical University Tallahassee, as a Psychology major. She is excited to share her knowledge as well as her love for the game with the Leon High School “Lady Lions!”
Asst. Coach Rachael Walton