Sheldon Everett joined the Tennessee State University men's basketball as an assistant in 2009.
Everett serves as the recruiting coordinator along with his other duties which include: organization of individual workouts, scouting, assisting with budget management, development of summer camps, and serving as academic liaison.
Prior to joining the men's basketball staff at TSU, Everett served one season as an assistant coach for the Lady Tiger's under head coach Tracee Wells. He helped the Lady Tigers to their first winning season in 14 years with an 18-14 record and third place regular season finish in the Ohio Valley Conference.
Before coming to Tennessee State University, Everett served as the director of basketball operations at South Carolina under Dave Odom. During his stint at South Carolina, he was responsible for all aspects of men's basketball operations to include: office administration, game operations, facility scheduling, and hiring of student personnel.
In addition, he also served as a mentor to several student-athletes such as All-SEC point guard Devan Downey and All-SEC forwards Dominique Archie and Mike Holmes.
During the 2008 NCAA Final Four in San Antonio, Texas, Everett served as an assistant coach under Odom for the American Team of the 2008 DiGiorno College All-Star Game presented by the NABC.
As a player, Everett was a two-year letterman at South Carolina. The Gamecocks reached the NCAA Tournament in 2004 with a record of 23-11. In 2003-2004, he was a member of the South Eastern Conference (SEC) All-Academic Team.
A native of Lexington, S.C., Everett earned his B.S. degree in business administration with an emphasis in management and marketing from the Darla Moore School of Business at South Carolina. He is a member of the NABC.