Coaches & Players - NC

Russell Stone

  • EXPERIENCE     2016-2017 Village Christian Academy: Head Football Coach, State Championship Finals 2015-Jay M. Robinson High: OC, QB Coach. Team went from 0-22 to second round play-offs.  2014-2015 Northern Guilford High School: Assistant Coach-2014 3AA State Champions 2007-2013 Douglas Byrd High School: Head Football Coach, Strength Program Director. Turned around a football program that had not had a winning season in 7 years. In our second season our team won Eastern Regional Championship State 4A Play-offs. 2009 Eastern Semi-Finals. 2010 Eastern Quarterfinals. 2011 Eastern Semi-finalist after an undefeated regular season. 2013 Eastern Semi-Finalist. 7 year record at Douglas Byrd 70-23. 2005-2007 Purnell Swett High School: Head Football Coach, Strength Program Director. Doubled player participation to over 100 players. Produced 2 best win totals in 11 years. 2 year record 11-11. 1991-2005 West Forsyth High School: Head Football Coach, Strength Program Director, Physical Education Instructor, Scholarship Committee member, United Way Campaign Coordinator 1999. Directed football team to 7 conference championships, 11 playoff berths in 14 years, and 3 quarter finals berths in the state playoffs. Produced 80 college players, 5 time top 5 in the state for defensive points allowed. Twice ranked in USA Today’s top 25. Fourteen year overall record 110-52-3 1988-1991 Lumberton Senior High School: Head football and baseball coach, Physical Education Instructor, School Consolidation Committee and School Improvement Team. Directed 1988 and 1989 Varsity football team to fourth place finishes in Southeastern 4-A Conference. Coached 1988 state 2 mile champion in track. Organized and started consolidated schools’ “Booster Club”. 1981-1988 South Robeson High School: Head Football and Baseball Coach, Chairman of Physical Education Department, Physical Education Instructor. Coached the school’s first football and baseball teams. Produced five state playoff teams with 45-28-3 record in seven seasons as head football coach. Coached 1982 Lumber River 2-A Conference champions to an 8-2-1 record. The following year posted an 8-3-1 mark to finish first in the East Waccamaw 2-A Conference. Advanced to the state 2-A quarterfinals. Directed 2 League Championship squads and the 1986 state 2-A Conference Champions as Head Baseball Coach. 1979-1981 Rowland High School: Athletic Director, Head Coach Varsity Football, Head Coach JV Basketball, Head Coach Varsity Baseball, Physical Education Instructor, Remedial Math Instructor. Directed Varsity football team to 4-5-1 record in 1979 and third place finish in the Cape Fear 1-A Conference. The following year improved to 7-5 and finished second in the conference. Advanced to the state 1-A semifinals.   
  • RELATED EXPERIENCE   A 39 year member of the North Carolina Coaches Association. Regional Director Scout Camp Professional Football Combine in 1995 and 1996. Instructor at Penn State Football Camp 1996-2002. Guest Coach Pittsburgh Steelers 1997-1998. Regional Scout for the Arena Football and Canadian Football League 1996-2003. Offensive Coordinator Greensboro Prowlers Arena Football Team 2000.     
  • OTHER FACTS   2014-Ranked 9th among active coaches in NC with wins. Produced over 250 players who went on to college football careers, including 22 at the NCAA Division I level. Coached 6 Shrine Bowlers, 2 All-Americans, 6 Associated Press All-State players including the first Robeson County player to earn the honor. Have had 60 players earn first or second team regional accolades. Coached 17 conference players of the year, 1 Gatorade Player of the Year, and 1 player who finished 3rd in USA Today’s Player of the Year.     HONORS 1980 Cape Fear 1-A Conference Baseball Coach of the Year 1982 Lumber River 2-A Conference Football Coach of the Year 1983 Lumber River 2-A Conference Baseball Coach of the Year 1983 The Robesonian County Baseball Coach of the Year 1985 East Waccamaw 2-A Conference Baseball Coach of the Year 1986 The Robesonian County Baseball Coach of the Year 1994 Central Piedmont Football Coach of the Year 1997 Central Piedmont Football Coach of the Year 2000 NFL Carolina Panthers Coach of the Year 2002 Central Piedmont Coach of the Year 2002 NC Preps Coach of the Year 2003 Central Piedmont Football Coach of the Year 2011 Cape Fear Valley Football Coach of the Year 2012 Shrine Bowl Assistant Coach 2013 Cape Fear Valley Coach of the Year

Andrea White

  • Coach Andre White has a gift and a passion for coaching football. He enjoyed his early years of serving as a youth league coach in Concord. In 2001, Coach White joined the high school ranks as a wide receiver coach at Olympic High School.  Coach White spent the next five years coaching the fundamentals and enhancing the skills of Olympic High wide receivers. While at Olympic, he coached Shrine Bowl QBs Antonio Miller and East- West All-Star Ben Williams, and Shrine WR Bowl Steve Howard. 
  • In 2006, Coach White was hired as the QB and WR coach at Livingstone College in Salisbury, NC. In 2007, Coach White rejoined the high school ranks as Passing Game Coordinator/Inside WR coach at West Charlotte High School. While at West Charlotte, he coached Shrine Bowl QB and 4AA North Carolina Player of the Year Darius Thomas.  In 2008, Coach White became the Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receiver Coach at Chester High School.  In his two years at Chester High School, he coached three Shrine Bowl players; Ronald Canty, Arion McCree, and Julius Pendergrass.  He also coach two wide receivers who received scholarships to the University of Buffalo and Livingstone College. While at Chester High School, he coach QB, Tony McNeal.  Tony became an All-Star QB and received a full scholarship to Clemson University.
  • In 2010, Coach White served as the QB coach at Independence “Power House” High School in Mint Hill, NC.  There here helped develop former Shrine Bowl player, Austin Duke.  In 2012, Coach White was the QB coach at Vance High School.  Vance High school’s QB, Jalen Latter, was named All Conference and received a scholarship to Wake Forest University. He also coach All-American and Shrine Bowl Lorenz Bryant.  In 2013, Coach White served as the QB/Wide Receiver Coach as Hopewell High School. WR Dominque Heath, was named to the Shrine Bowl and received a full athletic scholarship to Kansas State University.  In 2016, Coach White became the QB Coach at Providence Day School.  In 2017, Coach White transitioned to the WR Coach.  As WR Coach, he will continue to develop Freshman All-American Porter Rooks and talented TE Jacoby Cowan.    
  • Coach White has spent nearly 20 years coaching football in North and South Carolina. As CEO of PSA Elite Training, Coach White develops young men into elite, fundamentally sound, and college-ready football players. Several of Coach White’s PSA Elite Training clients include; Jalen McClendon (NC State), Hasaan Klugh (UNC-Charlotte),  Shawn Wilson (Duke University), Porter Rooks (Providence Day School), and Jacoby Cowan (Providence Day School).   
  • Coach White played his high school football at Concord High School.  He was a three time All-Conference, a two time SPC Player of the Year, an East-West All-Star, Street and Smith All-American, WBTV Sundrop Player of the Year, and Charlotte Observer Player of the Year. In 2011, Coach White was inducted into the Marines Great American Rival Series Hall of Fame. Coach White then went on to play quarterback at Hampton University where he became a two year letterman under Coach Fred Freeman. Coach White is married to the former Pamela Seward and they have two daughters; Alexia and Addison.  


Wayne Jones

  • Started coaching football at High Point Central 1991 as an assistant coaching running backs.
  •  Assistant on the 1995 3-A state runner up team.
  • Assistant coach on the state championship 2-A team. 
  • Defensive coordinator 2005 at HPC. 
  • Became the head coach at HPC 2007 took teams to the 4-A playoffs 2007-2015. 
  • 3rd round 2010 2nd round 2009-10 12-13 -14. 
  • Piedmont triad conference champs 2013. 
  • Selected to be assistant coach on the 2017 east west all star game.




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Coaches & Players - SC

Dave Bennett

  • Career Focus: Athletic Administration and Coaching   Passionate, energetic, dedicated leader, mentor and coach committed to motivating student-athletes to excel in character, education and competition. Enthusiastic to remain actively involved in cultivating tomorrow’s leaders.  
  • Career Coaching Highlights  2016 5AAAA Region Athletic Director of the Year  2004, 2010 Big South Coach of the Year 1999, 2000, 2001 Division II National Playoffs 2004 FCS Regional Coach of the Year 2001 Division II National Semifinalists 2006 Sport-Tex National Coach of the Year 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001 SAC Coach of the Year 2006, 2010 FCS National Playoffs 1995, 1996, 2000 Regional Coach of the Year 2004, 2005, 2006, 2010 Big South Champions 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001 SAC Champions Overall record, 148-67  1995, 1996 SAC Golf Champions/Coach of the Year  
  • Experience  Lexington School District 1/River Bluff High School – Lexington, SC  District Director of Athletics – July 2016-present Athletic Director/Head Football Coach – April 2013-June 2016 Overall Record 22-11, Upset #1 seed in 1st round of State Playoffs, 2014  Horry County Schools/Socastee High School – Myrtle Beach, SC  Athletic Director– July 2012 - April 2013  Coastal Carolina University - Conway, SC 29526  Head Football Coach/ January 2002-December 2011 
  • Responsible for establishing an FCS level football program from birth through the first decade of existence. Overall record, 63-39  Catawba College – West Innes Street, Salisbury, NC 28144  Head Football Coach, Assistant AD, Teacher, Head Golf Coach/ January 1990-December 2001 Overall record, 63-17 in 7 seasons as the Head Coach  Newberry College - Newberry, SC   
  • Assistant Football Coach, Dean of Men, Women’s Softball Coach/ August 1988-December 1989   Goose Creek High School, Goose Creek, SC  Assistant Football Coach, Guidance Counselor/ August 1987-June 1988   
  • Education  Clemson University, MEd/Guidance and Counseling, 1986 Presbyterian College, BS History/Social Studies, 1984  
  • Career Awards/Honors  2016 Dal Shealy FCA Coach of the Year Big South All Decade Team Head Coach 2011 FCA Ring of Honor Inductee 2011 Phil Clark Lifetime Achievement Award 2010 Catawba College Hall of Fame Inductee 2008-2011 FCS Board Member 2011 FCS Board President Coached 10 NFL Players   

Brian Rimpf

  • Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at Camden High School in Camden, SC 2017
  • Head coach at Jack Britt High School (Fayetteville, N.C) 2012-16; 42-23 record; Buccaneers played for N.C. 4AA state title in 2012; Three seasons with nine or more wins, two conference championships, one Eastern Regional title and four playoff appearances in five seasons; Involved in Wounded Warrior Night at the school and the Reading Rocks program; Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year in 2015 and Fayetteville Observer Coach of the Year in 2012; NFL-NCAA Coaches Academy attendee (2015)
  • A 2003 graduate of East Carolina University with a degree in accounting and finance; Took MBA courses after earning his bachelors degree; In 2002, was one of 11 student-athletes named to the American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team for outstanding community service and civic involvement; participated in ECU’s Habitat for Humanity program and was a member of ECU’s Young Life Outreach which helped provide ministry to high school-aged participants in Greenville, N.C. Played football at ECU from 1999-2003 and was captain for the Pirates in 2002 and 2003;  ECU Athletic Director’s and Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic honor rolls (2000, 2001, 2002  and 2003); Rated as number 16 Offensive Lineman in the Nation by USA Today (2003); Named to the official watch list for the Rotary Lomardi Award and Outland Trophy (2003); Conference USA All-Freshman Team (2000); Verizon Academic All-District III (2000); Second and third team Preseason All-American as selected by Football News magazine (2003 and 2002); First team All-Conference USA (2001, 2002, 2003); All-America Honorable mention by CNN/SI.com (2002, 2003); Recipient of E.E. Rawl Memorial Award for character, leadership and athletic achievement (2002 and 2003);Invited to the NFL Scouting Combine (2004)
  • Seventh round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens in 2004 and played through the 2007 season; Selected to attend the NFL’s Wharton School Executive Education Program at the University of Pennsylvania (2006)


Rodney Barr

  • Rodney Barr is originally from Florence, SC where he was a 3 sport athlete at Wilson High
  • School. Mr. Barr started his coaching career at his high school alma. At Wilson High School
  • Mr. Barr served as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator for the varsity football team.
  • As defensive coordinator at Wilson High School he was a part of 7 playoff appearances, 3region titles, 2 time lower state runners-up, 1 time lower state champions, and 1 time state champions. 
  • Mr. Barr moved on to Southern Tech Post Graduate Academy in Charlotte, NC for a brief stint where he served as Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator. 
  • Mr. Barr became the Varsity Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at Overhills High School in Spring Lake, NC in 2013 and he lead the Jaguars into the highest classification of 4A football in the state of North Carolina. 
  • As the leader of the Overhills Football Program the Jaguars added two wins to the win column each year with a playoff birth in 2015. 
  • Mr. Barr currently serves as the Head Football Coach and Assistant Athletic Director for Lower Richland High School in Hopkins, SC. Mr. Barr has also been the Defensive Coordinator for the 2015 D-II vs. NAIA College All Star Game in Myrtle Beach, SC and Head Coach for 2015 DMAAX High School All American Game in Myrtle Beach, SC. 
  • Mr. Barr is married to Alayshia Steadman-Barr and he attributes any success he has had to his strong faith and support from his lovely wife. 

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