Chad Broadrick begins his fourth season as an assistant for White House football, and his second year as defensive coordinator. After teaching and coaching one year at nearby Station Camp, the native Blue Devil returned home in 2011 to his alma mater.
Broadrick graduated from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville with a B.S. in history, and played one season of football for the Governors. He teaches core fitness, team and individual sports and strength conditioning at White House High School.
Chad graduated from WHHS in 2005, helping lead the Blue Devils to four straight playoff appearances and a perfect regular season in 2004, before a semifinal loss to unbeaten Memphis Melrose stopped them one-game short of a state championship berth. He was a standout performer at split end and defensive back and played on one of the highest-ranked offensive teams in Blue Devils history in 2004, setting records for first downs and average total offense with 371 yards per game.
Chad is also serving as the head freshman coach and coaches split ends and defensive backs for the varsity. He and his wife Amy live in White House.
Coaching profiles written by Kris Freeman for White House Football. Find more at http://www.whitehousefootball.com