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Florida Gulf Coast's search for a new coach has generated interest from some high-profile assistants hoping to replicate the success of Andy Enfield, who left for USC after leading the Eagles to the Sweet 16.
A source close to the search told ESPN.com on Tuesday the school is primarily focusing on four candidates: Kansas assistant Joe Dooley, Ohio State assistant Chris Jent, Oklahoma assistant Steve Henson and FGCU assistant Marty Richter.
Dooley joined Kansas' staff shortly after Bill Self was hired in April 2003. He's been one of the primary recruiters for a program that has averaged 30 wins over the past 10 seasons. Dooley was the head coach at East Carolina from 1995-99.
Before joining Thad Matta's Ohio State staff in summer 2011, Jent was an assistant coach with the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers. He spent the 2004-05 season with the Orlando Magic and served as the team's interim head coach for the final 18 games.
Henson is a longtime Lon Kruger assistant. Before joining the Oklahoma staff two years ago, he had worked at Illinois, UNLV, South Florida and with the NBA's Atlanta Hawks.
Jent and Henson both played in the NBA.
Richter was a video coordinator at Indiana and an assistant coach at Chipola (Fla.) College before joining Enfield's FGCU staff in 2011.