In 2019, one of the founders of the Pee Dee All-Star Game were at an All-Star game in Columbia, SC and noticed the exposure that the kids were getting. The question was raised, “why is there nothing like this in the Pee Dee area?” Not only that, but why not have one? After a few phone calls, he found out that there was no such game existed in the Pee Dee Area. And thus, the idea was born.

The Pee Dee All-Star Showcase’s inaugural game was played in 2019. This game attempts to put the best talent the Pee Dee has on one floor for one day. The games are live-streamed to coaches who can not be in attendance from all over the country as well as invites to the JUCO, DII, DIII, NAIA coaches that are able to attend in person. Also in attendance are recruiting services and media who help to share the exposure of our great players with the world.

The Pee Dee All-Star Game aims to celebrate and showcase the best players in the Greater Pee Dee Area fro years to come.


Coach Craig Martin

Myrtle Beach High School

Originally from Michigan, coach Martin is in his 13th season at Myrtle Beach High School. In those 13 years his teams have been to the playoff 12 times including 2 Lower State Championship appearances and 1 State Championship appearance. The 20-21 season brought unique challenges but the Seahawks were able to once again make it to the playoffs and advance to the 2nd Round. Coach Martin has been blessed with coaching over 50 All Region players, Coach Martin currently has 8 former players playing college basketball. 3 Players at the D1 level, 2 DII, 1 D3, 1 NAIA and 1 JUCO.  

Andy Bostic

Marion High School


A graduate of South Florence High School (1991), Spartanburg Methodist College (1993), and The University of South Carolina (1995) where I played and excelled in basketball at all three schools. After college, I continued my basketball career playing with Athletes in Action, Double Pump and professionally overseas in Sweden, Chine, Dominican Republic, and Philippines for several years. I returned home to South Carolina and served as the boy’s assistant coach at Timmonsville High School in 2001; the JV boys coach at South Florence in 2011; and assistant varsity boys’ basketball coach at Wilson High School from 2014-2016. I returned to coaching at Johnakin Middle School in 2019-2020 where the team won the conference, went on to become conference champions ending the season with a 15-0 record earning me Coach of the Year honors. I am currently the varsity boys head coach at Marion High School. We were region champions with a record of 3-0. Once again earning me, Coach of the Year honors for Region 7-2A. The team made it to the 1st round of playoffs where our season would end with a 3-1 record.

Kevin Robinson

West Florence High School


West Florence High School Head Girl's Basketball Coach * 2nd year 18-12 overall * This year's record: 4-2

Jeff Schaffer

Sumter High School


27th year coaching basketball. 13-4 record this year played for 5AAAAA State Championship. 76-24 over the last four years.

Justin Johnson

Hartsville High School


Coach Johnson's coaching career started at Manning High and he's had coaching stops at Newberry College, Governor's School for Science and Math, Dorman, Cheraw and Hartsville. Johnson is the Head Varsity Girls' Coach at Hartsville High, currently. He has coached on both the men and women's side of the game and in the summers he coaches boys' travel basketball. Coach Johnson possesses a Bachelors from Newberry College and a Masters from Pfeiffer University.

LaTroy Brace

Marlboro County High School

Started coaching in recreation and AAU in the early years of my career. Assistant coached at Fort Mill High School for 2 years before coming to Marlboro County High School. This is my 3rd year at Marlboro County High School as the Varsity Boys Head basketball coach. Finished this season as region champs with a record of 20-8. I also received the honor of being the Coach of the Year for Region 6 AAAA. This year won the SCHSL 3A State Championship

Mike Teasley

Trinity Byrnes Collegiate


Current Head Coach of Trinity Byrnes Collegiate School. In his first season back with the Titans coach has compiled a 23-8 record leading the Titans to a South Carolina Independent Schools Association (SCISA) state runner-up finish. Teasley has a history of success. He has coached both boys’ and girls’ basketball at the high school, club, and college levels for over 20 years coaching and developing over 80 scholarship athletes and 8 female professional players. His success includes 2 state championships in Virginia, ESPN/USA Today #1 National Ranking in 2008 and 2-time finalist for Black Coaches Association National Coach of the Year. This year, his team won the SCISA State Championship.



The coaches value and respect each player and take an interest in the player's development in basketball and as a person. The coaches expect several characteristics from players, including effort, commitment to attend practice and games, and utmost respect for coaches, referees, parents, teammates and themselves.


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