Director Operations Indiana, Trainer, Coach

Adam Branch

Contact Information
Phone: (317) 452-0349


Born and Raised in Interlachen, Florida to parents Ned & Monique Branch. Two older brothers (Ned & Matt) and nine nieces and nephews that still reside in North Florida. Adam Graduated from Interlachen High School top ten in his class and went on to earn a Social Science Education degree from Warner University in Lake Wales, Florida.

Adam currently lives in Brownsburg, Indiana with his wife Amy Branch whom he married May of 2017. Together they have two dogs and a cat. Hobbies include lifting weights, running, and watching films.

Basketball Career

Interlachen High School, Interlachen, Florida

  • PPG- 22, RPG- 11, APG- 3, BPG- 2
  • 1st team All-State basketball (2006-2007)
  • Putnam County player of the year (2007)
  • State-Sportsmanship Award winner (2006-2007)
  • High School records- Rebounding in a career, Free throws taken in a career, Free throws attempted in a career, Field Goal Percentage in a season, Field Goal percentage in a career
  • Finished with a 4.3 GPA and finished top ten in our graduating class
  • National Honors Society Member
  • Competed on the weightlifting and cross country team


2007-2011: Warner University, Lake Wales, Florida

  • PPG- 9, RPG- 5
  • 4-time Dunk contest champion
  • Season and career record holder for field goal percentage
  • Team Captain
  • Received a Bachelor's degree in Social Science Education
  • Began the Junior Varsity program at Warner University as a coach
TNBA Career

Director of operations of the Indiana Region in the National Basketball Academy. Work with the tNBA Orlando branch from 2008-2011 and move to Indiana as a director December of 2011.

My favorite part of working with the tNBA is that I get an opportunity to impact hundreds of kids of all ages. I am in a situation that I can help aspiring basketball players learn how to work hard to reach heights they never thought could be possible. I am able to work on their basketball skills, show them the importance of doing well in school, and how to have compassion to others while being a good person.


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