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Indiana State Reps

Indiana State Reps attend official State Qualifier tournaments to award Golden Ticket invites to the top two finishing teams at each grade and to answer any questions from coaches and families.  Please say "hello" when you see them!

Katherine Smith
Katherine grew up in Toledo, Ohio and had 5 younger brothers, so they had a fairly competitive household when it came to sports. She was a two sport athlete and went on to play basketball at Coastal Carolina. Basketball has always been her #1 sport and outside of her role as a State Rep, she is a Customer Success Advocate for a Technology company. She loves being able to connect with people and see growth within the company. Her hobbies include: crossfit, music, traveling and Notre Dame football! 

Darrian McNary
Darrian McNary is from Providence, Kentucky and went to Webster County High school. She played basketball and ran track starting in elementary school up to the college level. She also played AAU basketball and had the opportunity to participate in tournaments hosted all across the U.S. After high school, she attended Brescia University to continue her athletic career. She then transferred to Western Kentucky University where she received a Bachelor’s of Arts degree. Darrian is currently a Case Manager assisting clients diagnosed with mental and emotional illnesses connect with community resources in their area.  In her free time, Darrian enjoys attending different sporting events, traveling, trying new restaurants, playing recreational sports, and keeping up with her tv shows. 

Tristian Boyd
Tristian is from Evansville, Indiana and graduated High School from the Academy of Eagle School and currently still plays basketball in recreation tournaments. Tristian has been coaching youth football and basketball for three years. Tristian loves working with kids and is thankful for the opportunity to coach kids. 

Kaleb Clyburn
Kaleb is from Orlando, Florida and grew up playing competitive basketball at an early age. He won a state championship his sophomore year of high school and went on to play at the nationally ranked Montverde Academy for the remainder of his high school career. Kaleb attended the University of Delaware and Lynn University with full scholarships to play on the men’s basketball teams. During his time at Lynn University, Kaleb led his team in assists each year and the team made it to the NCAA Division II sweet sixteen. After completing his undergraduate and playing careers in 2015, Kaleb began to coach at his alumni institution of Montverde Academy and started player development through individualized skill training for his athletes while also coaching an AAU team. Outside of his role as an Indiana state Rep, Kaleb works in IT and likes long distance running and going to live NBA games.


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