He's ready for it because of what he went through this yearGriffin, Moore earn Wooden Awards Apr 11, 2009
This is a tremendous honor for Blake and a deserved oneOklahoma's Griffin wins Naismith Trophy Apr 06, 2009
I am happy and excited that this (contract extension) is completedVCU and Capel OK long-term deal Apr 28, 2004
Felton Jeff Capel III (born February 12, 1975) is an American former college basketball player at Duke University and was a head coach at Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Oklahoma.
Capel is from a basketball family. His father is basketball coach Jeff Capel II, former assistant coach for the Charlotte Bobcats and former head coach at Old Dominion University, and his younger brother Jason played basketball at Duke's biggest rival, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is currently head basketball coach at Appalachian State University. . As a senior at South View High School in Hope Mills, North Carolina, Jeff led his team to the 1993 state championship defeating Charlotte powerhouse South Mecklenburg 73–72 with a last second lay-up. He also set school career records in points (2,066), rebounds (668), and assists (663).
While at Duke University (1993–1997), he earned a starting position as a freshman and was a starting guard on the basketball team for four years. On February 2, 1995 in the regular season game played at home against UNC, with Duke trailing 95–92 at the end of the first overtime, Capel hit a running 40-foot shot at the buzzer which sent the game into double overtime. Although Duke lost the game 102–100, Capel's shot was hailed as one of the most memorable plays in Duke basketball history, and it was nominated for an ESPY Award for College Basketball Play of the Year.