Dewayne Dotson is a volunteer assistant coach for the White House Blue Devils and coaches offensive line and linebackers. This will be his seventh season.
Dotson graduated Hendersonville High School in 1989, and went on to play in the National Football League for three seasons for the Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys, including playing for legendary coach Don Shula in Miami. He was a fullback and linebacker for two seasons for the Nashville Kats of the Arena Football League.
His standout college career at Ole Miss landed him a fourth round draft selection in the NFL, after Dotson started his career for the Tennessee Volunteers and transferred to the University of Mississippi.
Dotson owns his own concrete business and lives in White House with his wife, Glenda of 20 years, and two kids. His son J.D. played high school football and baseball at Ensworth and now plays at Centre College, and his daughter, Jada is a fantastic athlete and plays several sports including travel softball and track.
Coaching profiles written by Kris Freeman for White House Football. Find more at http://www.whitehousefootball.com