Men's Basketball Staff
Reco Dawson, Men's Head Basketball Coach
Reco Dawson enters his third season as the head men's basketball coach. He comes to CGTC after serving as assistant coach for Georgia Southwestern State University and South Georgia Technical College in Americus. Coach Dawson led CGTC to their first GCAA playoff appearance during the 2012-13 season, and their first GCAA playoff win during the 2013-2014 season. In his second season as head coach, Dawson guided the Titans to a second place finish in the conference championships.
Dawson has a Bachelor of Science in Education with a concentration in Recreation and a Master of Business Administration from Georgia Southwestern State University.
Coach Dawson is married to Jennifer Dawson and they have one son, Jalen. Dawson and his family reside in Warner Robins.
Shaun Keaton, Men's Assistant Basketball Coach
Shaun Keaton is entering his second season on the men's basketball staff at Central Georgia Technical College. His main responsibility is working with the guards.
Keaton played college basketball at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, where he holds the school record for most career three pointers made, is ranked fourth on the all-time scoring list, and was a two-time All-Conference player. Following his senior season, Keaton played in the Division 2 All-Star game with the top 20 seniors in the country at the James A. Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA. He was also recognized for the Peachbelt Presidential Honor Roll.
Keaton played his high school career at Westover High in Albany, where he led his team to two Final Four appearances and won three straight region championships.
Keaton has a bachelor's degree in Exercise Science and a master's in Education, both from Georgia College and State University. Coach Keaton resides in Warner Robins with his wife, Kimberly.
Antonio Harris, Men's Assistant Basketball Coach
Antonio Harris was named the cross country coach in July 2014. In addition to his coaching position, Coach Harris serves as an assistant coach for men's basketball. Prior to joining Central Georgia Technical College, Harris was a seasoned veteran of law enforcement with over 16 years of experience as a police officer, Federal Air Marshall, and most recently, a Violent Crime Investigator with the Bibb County Sherriff's Department. Harris has also served honorably in the United States Navy, serving in Desert Storm and Desert Shield.
Harris began his coaching career at Howard Middle School in 2005. His next stint at coaching occurred at Tattnall Square Academy in 2008, where he served as the varsity basketball assistant coach, junior varsity basketball head coach, and the assistant golf coach. He continued his coaching career at Miller Magnet School as the assistant football coach and defensive coordinator, associate girl's basketball coach, and the assistant track coach. Since 2004, Harris has mentored the Girls in Motion basketball club and the Middle Georgia Monarchs girls basketball teams in Macon.
Harris attended Hampton University and Central Texas College. A native of Macon, Coach Harris continues to reside in the area and is married to Rhonda Harris. They have three children, Faren, Jaren, and Zaren.