Grambling State University Men's Basketball



Winston Hines  |  Assistant Coach

A Native of Pensacola, Fla., Hines is entering his first season as an assistant coach at Grambling State and his 10th overall season as a college basketball assistant coach.

After spending eight seasons with the men’s program at Stillman College, Hines took over as the Associate Head Coach for the Lady Tigers during the 2016-2017 season. He was a played a vital role in helping turn the program around in just one year. In his lone season with the Lady Tigers they compiled a 19-4 record. The previous three seasons they only won 24 total games.

During his first three seasons on the sideline with the men’s program, the Tigers saw big improvements to their win totals. In his first year, the team won six more games than it had the previous season. Year two saw seven more wins than the previous year’s total. The school also received its first ever top 25 ranking in the NCAA Division II polls. The following season the Tigers had a 10 win improvement with a 24-8 record, and advanced to the 2011 NCAA South Regional Championship game. Since that year, the Tigers have at least 18 wins per season. The 2015-2016 was the most successful year in program history. The team’s record was 27-6 (20-1 in conference), while the team won the SIAC regular season and tournament championships. The Tigers also made it to the second round of the NCAA National tournament.

His duties include: recruiting prospective student-athletes, on-court coaching, working with the guards and post players during individuals workouts, opponent scouting and film breakdown, along with other duties assigned by the head coach.

Hines has helped recruit and develop two all-region players, 11 all-conference players and 21 academic honor roll players as well. The Tigers have graduated 80% of the players that have stayed with the program more than one year since 2008.

Hines graduated from Stillman with Honors in 2008 with a degree in Health and Physical Education. He was a vital piece on the 2005-2006 Stillman basketball team that won the first SIAC Tournament Championship in school history.

Prior to Stillman, Hines played played one season at Pensacola Junior College, where he received his Associates Degree in General Studies. He prepped at Woodham High School in Pensacola where he was a four-year starter on the varsity team.  Woodham won back-to-back district championships in 2002 and 2003 and the FHSAA 4A State Championship.

Hines has two sons: Dontreal and DeKaylen

Demetrius Moore  |  Assistant Coach

Demetrius Moore is entering his first season on Men’s Basketball staff at Grambling State University. Moore comes to Grambling having served three years as an assistant coach under Coach Donte Jackson at Stillman College. He spent the first two as a Student Assistant and Director of Basketball Operations and last season in the role of Recruiting Coordinator.

Before coming to Stillman, Moore spent 13 seasons as an AAU coach for the Milwaukee Running Rebels, one the of the elite AAU programs in the country. During his time with the Running Rebels, Moore coached current NBA player Kevon Looney, as well as the 2016 Pac-12 Tournament MVP Elgin Cook. The program saw several players go on to play NCAA Division I basketball, and a number of players go overseas to play professionally.

Moore is a 2001 graduate of Milwaukee Washington High School where he lettered in varsity basketball and was a part of two teams that went to the state tournament. He also served as an assistant coach at his alma mater from 2007-2009.

Moore earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Stillman College in 2016.

Kyle Jones  |  Assistant Coach

Kyle Jones is entering his fifth year in assisting with Grambling State University Men’s Basketball program.

Since Jones’s arrival at Grambling State University he has hit the ground running. He has held multiple positions within the athletics department such as graduate assistant in the Compliance Office, Interim Director for Academic Enhancement, and Assistant Director of Academic Enhancement. In his coaching career at GSU, Jones has produced two SWAC All-Tournament Team selections, two 1st team All-SWAC selections, one Freshman of the Year, two Black College All-Americans, and had three players to move on to the professional ranks.

Having made an impact on many students’ lives, Jones says he loves what he does and can do at Grambling State University and is forever grateful and humble for the opportunity given to him to be a part of this great staff.

Born and raised in Shreveport, LA Jones is the oldest of three siblings.  Parents are Antonia Anguiano and Mack Jones.  While growing up in Shreveport, LA Jones played for his father, Mack Jones legendary Louisiana high school coach taking the Huntington Raiders to the Top 28 in 2008 which was the 2nd time in school history also having the best record in school history 37-4 before that was snapped in 2009 when the Raiders went 39-2.

Jones holds B.S. in English (2013) University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and a Master’s in Sports Administration (2014) from Grambling State University.