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Offensive Coordinator and Wide Re...

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Local Address:  Florida , United States
University of West Florida
11000 University Parkway
Pensacola , Florida 32514
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1967, the University of West Florida (UWF) is a public four-year institution located in Pensacola, Fla. With an enrollment of nearly 12,000 students, UWF...   more

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  • bachelor’s degree , sociology
    Wake Forest
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Jammie Deese University of West Florida Argonauts - Staff Directory
Jammie Deese
Jammie Deese
Jammie Deese was hired as one of the first assistant coaches in UWF football history in March 2014. He will be the first offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator for UWF football, and he will also work with the team’s wide receivers.
Deese worked with the running backs and tight ends as a graduate assistant, and he stayed with the team as a part-time running backs coach in 2009. Deese joined the coaching staff full-time in 2010 as a wide receivers coach, and in 2013 he was promoted to offensive coordinator.
UNCP had great success under Deese’s leadership, as the Braves compiled a record of 50-24 with two NCAA tournament appearances in his seven years. UNCP had the ninth best rushing offense in Division II under his watch in 2009. In his first year as an offensive coordinator in 2013, Deese and the Braves’ offense had the ninth best passing offense in the nation.
Before beginning his coaching career, Deese was a standout wide receiver for Wake Forest from 1996 to 1999. He finished his career with 184 receptions for 2,348 yards (12.8 yards per catch), and he totaled 11 touchdowns. He moved on to the professional ranks in 2000 when he signed as a free agent with the Washington Redskins, and the Redskins assigned him to NFL Europe’s Amsterdam Admirals in 2001. Later in his career Deese played for the Carolina Cobras in the Arena Football League, and he also played four seasons in the National Indoor Football League with the Fayetteville Guard from 2006 to 2009.
Deese graduated with his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Wake Forest in 2000 and his master’s in sports administration from UNC Pembroke in 2009. Jammie and his wife, Brandi, are the parents of one daughter Hayden.
Staff Directory | University of West Florida Athletics |, 11 June 2014 [cached]
Jammie Deese Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers
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Jammie Deese
SFM Online - Feature Article, 26 April 2002 [cached]
An errant pass flies over the outstretched arms of Jammie Deese, a first-year wide receiver from Wake Forest, and into the trees behind the end zone.
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Jammie Deese
Having already made a name for himself in both collegiate football at Wake Forest and professional football in the Arena Football League, Jammie Deese makes his transition into the coaching world as a graduate assistant coach with the UNCP football team.
An all-Atlantic Coast Conference selection as a team captain with the Demon Deacons, Deese hauled in 184 passes during his Demon Deacon career for 2,348 yards (12.8 avg.) and 11 touchdowns. He led Wake Forest with 68 receptions for 826 yards as a junior, including three consecutive 100-yard days against ACC foes North Carolina State (167), Florida State and Georgia Tech (11/21).
The Laurinburg native helped Wake Forest to 18 wins during his career, including a 7-5 mark as a senior in 1999. In his lone bowl appearance in Winston-Salem - a 23-3 WFU win over Arizona State in the 1999 Aloha Bowl - he paced the Deacons with three catches for 38 yards.
All told, Deese amassed eight 100-yard receiving days during his career with the Black and Gold and led Wake Forest in receptions in each of his final two seasons. Currently, he ranks third in both receptions and receiving yards behind a pair of NFL receivers, Ricky Proehl (Indianapolis Colts) and Desmond Clark (Chicago Bears). He also ranks 10th all-time at the school with 3,159 all-purpose yards.
Following a standout collegiate career, Deese moved on to the professional ranks, first spending the 2001 preseason with NFL Europe's Amsterdam Admirals, then hauling in 10 passes for 97 yards and returning seven kicks for 152 more as a member of the Arena Football League's (AFL) now-defunct Carolina Cobras. He has played the last three seasons for the 2007 National Indoor Football League (NIFL) champion Fayetteville Guard.
Deese received his bachelor's degree in sociology from Wake Forest in 2000 and is currently pursuing his master's degree in sports administration at UNCP.
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