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Coaching Staff

Mike Haynes

Head Coach

The Accelerated Prep basketball program is headed by none other than Mike Haynes, a name that is synonymous with Denver basketball.

As the co-founder and owner of The Basketball Bureau and Redline Denver East, Coach Haynes has been involved at every level of basketball player development.

Bio & More

Playing Experience

As a player, Coach Haynes played four seasons at Fordham University, where he averaged 18.6 points and 7.4 rebounds per game as a senior.

After his college career concluded, Coach Haynes trained in NBA summer leagues hosted by the Phoenix Suns and San Antonio Spurs.

The Patterson, New Jersey native has traveled far and wide in the name of basketball, playing in Israel, Spain, Poland, France, Germany, Belgium, and South Korea over a ten year professional career.

Coaching Career

Since his playing career ended, Coach Haynes has been all-in on coaching and helping young athletes exceed their goals and unlock their full potential.

Coach Haynes started out as an assistant at Conservatory Green Middle School in 2016, then launched The Basketball Bureau in 2017. The Bureau offers both youth programs and professional skills training.

In 2020 Coach Haynes co-founded Redline Denver East where his team helps Denver-area youth and prep players with speed and agility training, mobility and recovery, strength and conditioning, injury prevention, and more.

Coach Haynes brings extensive knowledge and passion to Accelerated Prep that you won’t find at any other basketball prep school.


Dom Collier

Assistant Coach

Coach Dom is a skilled, versatile addition to our coaching staff whose wealth of talent and expertise will no doubt elevate this program.

He’s a great fit for Accelerated Prep, a great fit for our staff, and a great fit for our players.

Bio & More

A 27-year-old Denver native, Collier enjoyed a standout high school career at Denver East High School, winning a CHSAA Class 5A state title his senior season in 2014 as well as back-to-back Mr. Colorado Basketball honors from the Denver Post, before moving on to a solid collegiate career under Tad Boyle at Colorado University.

During his time in Boulder, Collier made his mark as both a starter and key reservist, capturing Pac-12 Co-Sixth Man of the Year honors as a senior with the Buffs in 2017-18 while earning a reputation as a sharpshooter from behind the three-point line.

Shortly after graduating from CU in 2018, Collier went overseas to Germany to begin a professional career, playing with FC Schalke 04 of the German Pro A league.

After one year in Germany, Collier returned to Boulder to work in CU’s Leadership Department, before joining the staff of Uncle Blacks Sports Training in suburban Denver.