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Friday, May 24, 2024

Kevin Jarrell Joins W&M Football’s Coaching Staff

(Tribe Athletics)

WILLIAMSBURG — William & Mary Football Head Coach Mike London has announced the hiring of Kevin Jarrell as the Tribe’s outside linebackers/nickels coach.

A team captain and all-conference linebacker at W&M (2018-23), Jarrell served as a defensive quality control coach during the Tribe’s spring practice season after concluding his standout playing career in the fall.

“I’ve known Kevin for a long time, going back to his days as a player at Monticello High School in Charlottesville,” London said. “He transitioned from quarterback to linebacker here, and his mindset and attitude have always been to put the team and winning first.

“Kevin is an excellent team leader and represented this program with his demonstrated performance on the field, in the classroom and the W&M community in a first-class manner. As a former captain and all-conference standout, he has a tremendous skillset that will make him a great addition to our team and staff.”

A three-year starter, Jarrell finished his career with 203 tackles, 11 TFL, 10 passes defended, three forced fumbles and a pair of interceptions. His best season came as a senior when he garnered All-CAA honors after ranking second in the CAA and 17th nationally in solo tackles per game (5.3). Additionally, he led the team in tackles (84) and ranked 11th in the CAA in tackles per game (7.6).

Jarrell also played a pivotal role during the Tribe’s record-breaking 2022 campaign, as he was one of the most productive standouts on a team that ranked among the nation’s top defenses and helped propel W&M to a top-10 national ranking, a CAA Championship and a trip to the NCAA quarterfinals.

“I am incredibly thankful for Coach London giving me the opportunity to work with this great program,” Jarrell said. “Williamsburg and Tribe Football have been home to me for the past six years and hold a special place in my heart. I’m excited to help this staff and the players compete for championships!”

As a student-athlete at W&M, he interned with the Tribe’s coaching staff and completed an independent study. Among his numerous responsibilities were assisting with recruiting, camp organization, play diagramming and data analysis.

In addition to his success on the field, Jarrell also excelled in the classroom and earned CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll accolades every year of his career. Additionally, he selected as a nominee for the Chuck Boone Leadership Award and the FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team.

A native of Charlottesville, Va., Jarrell came to Williamsburg after a record-setting prep career as a quarterback at Monticello High School where he was ranked among the state’s top prospects by the Roanoke Times. In addition to setting school records for career total yards (8,482), passing yards (5,594) and rushing yards for a quarterback (2,888), he posted 3,513 yards of total offense and 49 total touchdowns as a senior – both of which were school records.

Jarrell earned his undergraduate degree in business administration.

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