|CHARLES HUNTER (TSU) - A former All-OVC Tight End at Tennessee State University, Charles Hunter was named as the Minor League Football News’ Offensive Coordinator Of The Year in the South Region for the 2005 season. Coach Hunter took over as Head Coach of the Nashville Storm midway in the 2007 season. Since taking over as the Nashville Storm’s Head Coach, Coach Hunter has compiled a W-L record of 58-7.
CONTACTING COACH HUNTER
615-589-4920 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|WIDE RECEIVER/TIGHT ENDS/ QUARTERBACK COACH|
OTIS ST. CLAIR (OHIO UNIVERSITY) – A two sport athlete at Ohio University in the early 90’s, Coach St.Clair was a contributing wide receiver for the Bobcat football team and a star track athlete during his four years in Athens, OH. A first year coach with the Nashville Storm, St.Clair has taken the reigns as the wide receiver/tight ends/quarter backs coach this season assisting Head Coach Charles Hunter. Prior to coming on board with the Storm, St.Clair spent five years honing his coaching skills in the youth football arena. He began his coaching career as wide receiver and defensive backs coach for the Brentwood Blaze Youth Football Organization from 2007-2009. In 2010 Coach St.Clair became Offensive Coordinator for the Brentwood Academy 6th grade team, leading that squad to a 7-2 record and conference runner-ups that year.
Coach St.Clair is originally from Huber Height, OH, (just outside Dayton, OH 65 miles west of Columbus). He played football and ran track for Wayne High School. During his three years of high school athletics, Coach St.Clair racked up three conference titles and three state playoffs in football and was a state qualifier all four years in track and finished runner-up in the state championship track meet 300 intermediate hurdles his senior year.
CONTACTING COACH ST. CLAIR
615-482-7706 or email@example.com
|DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ DEFENSIVE LINE COACH|
|TONDRICK DAVIS (CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY) - A stellar Linebacker at both John Overton High School and Cumberland University, Coach Davis has been a defensive assistant coach for the Nashville Storm since 2002.
CONTACTING COACH DAVIS
615-593-1320 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|OFFENSIVE LINE COACH|
|TIMMIE CLARDY (MTSU) - A FB/LB at Antioch High School, Coach Clardy was also a TSSAA Wrestling Quarter-Finalist. Coach Clardy played for 4 years at MTSU for legendary Head Coach Boots Donnelly, including playing for MTSU’s 1985 OVC Championship team.
CONTACTING COACH CLARDY
615-582-9139 or email@example.com
|DEFENSIVE BACKS COACH|
|CHAUNCEY SMILEY (MTSU) - Chauncey Smiley, a CB/TB at MTSU in the 1980’s, was also a sprinter on MTSU’s track team, and was offered free agent workouts by both the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys of the NFL. Coach Smiley has over 15 years of experience as a sports performance trainer and has worked with Olympians, NFL players, and numerous Division I and II college football players.
CONTACTING COACH SMILEY
615-419-4005 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|LINEBACKER COACH/ ASSISTANT DEFENSIVE LINE COACH|
| SHANNON POTTS (U. S. MARINE CORPS) - A former Linebacker and Fullback at Columbia Central High School and member of the 1994 Lions Bowl Champion team, Coach Potts is the only coach on the staff currently to not have played any college or professional football. After a leg injury ended his playing days, Coach Potts would move on and serve two tours in the United States Marine Corps where he deployed in support of the Kosovo Campaign in 1998 and 1999. While taking a break from service in the Marine Corps to finish his B. S. degree in Physical Education, Coach Potts would get his first taste of coaching in 2004 when he volunteered to coach Offensive and Defensive Line for the Nolensville Panthers 11 and 12 year old youth football team. From there, Coach Potts would spend almost two years volunteering as a student assistant at Middle Tennessee State University with the football program where he would continue his football education working for then Linebacker Coach Art Kaufman, currently the Defensive Coordinator at Texas Tech University and Les Herrin the Defensive Line Coach, now back in retirement after helping turn the football program around to match the vision of current Head Coach Rick Stockstill. After returning to active duty, Coach Potts would suffer a career ending back injury during preparation for a combat deployment to Afghanistan in 2009. After 9 years of active duty service to his country, Coach Potts was medically discharged, but before that day would come, he would take another step up in the coaching world serving as the Linebacker Coach for the 1st year Camp Lejeune Bulldogs Semi-Professional Football Team in 2011. There he would work under NFL Alumni Len “Poppa Bear” Kuhn assisting with Special Teams and conditioning while also helping build the foundation of a defense that would surrender a league low average of 8 points per game while leading the team to a 7-3 record and a playoff berth in the teams’ inaugural season as a member of the Gridiron Developmental Football League.
Coach Potts is married to the current Storm Trainer Ashley (Metheney) Potts of Medina, Ohio. They have a son together and daughter from his previous marriage.
CONTACTING COACH POTTS
|DEFENSIVE ASSISTANT COACH (DEFENSIVE BACKS)|
|CROMWELL STEWART - Coach Stewart played his high school football locally at Father Ryan High School and his college football at UT-Martin. Cromwell was a starting CB on the Nashville Storm from 2003-2011, and was named as a First Team Minor League Football News All-American twice.
CONTACTING COACH STEWART
615-585-0729 OR email@example.com