He has already coached for his own DS8 clinics this summer which were held at Loughborough University for aspiring young basketball players.
The Loughborough Student Riders compete in the EBL Division Two National League.
Speaking with Loughborough about his new coaching role Drew Sullivan said:
"The goal is to develop talent year in year out so we have a number of strong teams. This is hugely important for the programme and its player development as well so guys understand that if you're playing in the first team and then move to the second team or third team it is not a demotion, it's a chance for you to play with really good players by giving you the opportunity to develop. That is what Loughborough has always been about, developing high quality talent.
"I'm more worried about player development than anything else. The wins and losses will take care of themselves providing the guys do what is asked of them. But It is understanding what level the guys can play at and then how to move on to the next level. That's the most important thing."