Keydrick Barlow steps into new role as Prep Girls Hoops Regional Circuit Director

The Prep Network team announced the promotion of Keydrick Barlow this week to the Prep Girls Hoops Regional Circuit Director role.

Barlow, an Atlanta, Georgia native, first joined Prep Network late in 2018 and launched the Prep Girls Hoops Georgia site, steadily building a sizable audience in the Peach State.

Since joining Prep Network as an associate editor, Keydrick worked alongside Senior Editor Anthony Garcia and Editor in Chief Jared Nelson to make informed and data-driven decisions in order to maximize the value added to players throughout the country. 

In his new role, he’ll be working with teams throughout the country to build out an event slate that maximizes the visibility for their players at each stop of the Prep Girls Hoops Circuit. He joins Prep Girls Hoops Circuit Director Mason Asher. 

“Keydrick has deep connections in the grassroots basketball community. This, coupled with his experience as a scout and event operator, creates a synergistic transition into relationship management within our Prep Girls Hoops business,” Prep Network co-founder and CGO Nick Carroll said. “This addition will allow us to continue to build momentum on an already explosive inaugural year of the Prep Girls Hoops Circuit.”

Keydrick graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Mathematics in 2011. He has served in roles as an educator and been on numerous basketball coaching staff at both the high school and collegiate levels. Additionally, he is an experienced Athletic Administrator.

“Keydrick has been able to make an immediate impact within the business and we look forward to seeing him flourish in his new role,” Prep Network CEO Jake Phillips said.

Barlow currently resides in the Atlanta suburbs with his wife Sharia and their five children, Jordan, Jada, Gabrielle, Ace, and Cali.