Coach Davis is a native of Chilton County and played at the University of Montevallo where he earned Academic-All American honors as a catcher in 1989. After spending four years as head coach at Huffman and one year at Fairhope, Coach Davis came to Hoover in the fall of 1994. his teams have won a total of five area championships, six county championships, one state championship and made playoffs 16 of his 20 seasons. He has received "Coach of the Year" honors from Birmingham City (1990), Jefferson Co. Coaches Association (1993 & 2001), Birmingham News (2001) and Birmingham News Metro South Coach of the Year (2005). Coach Davis and his wife Cheryl have three boys, Trey, Nicholas and Colby.
Coach Haley has been a part of the Buccaneer program as a player and coach. After graduating from 'W.A. Berry in 1984, Coach Haley played two years at the University of Montevallo. With 12 years as the Buccaneer JV coach, Coach Haley has been an integral part of developing young players. Coach Haley and his wife Nedrea have two boys, Carson and Major.
Coach Barton bagins his fifth year at Hoover after coaching at Bryant High School in 2004. Coach Barton played college ball at Jefferson 'State (where he set 2 records for stolen bases) and University of Alabama-Huntsville. After college, Coach Barton was a player/manager in a professional league in Europe, spending two years in Germany. Afterwards, he returned to coach at Central High and Bryant High in Tuscaloosa. Coach Barton and his wife, Trina, have one son, Atticus.
Coach Urban attended Southside High School in Gadsden. He was the captain of the University of South Alabmna Baseball Team. He began his coaching career in 1996. From 2002-2007 he was 9th grade baseball coach and a varsity baseball coach at Vestavia Hills and West Cahaba Heights. He and his wife, Christa, have one son, Brayden.
Coach Hardy began coaching in 1984 at Berry High School. Coach Hardy and his wife, Kristen, have three children: Brock, Cam and Claire.