By Kris Freeman, Sports Information Director, White House High School
Running Backs and Strong Safeties
Kevin Jackson is a former standout player for the White House Blue Devils and is entering his second season on the White House coaching staff. He coaches running backs and strong safeties.
Kevin Jackson graduated WHHS in 2012 as the leading tackler in Blue Devils football history, surpassed later by former teammate and linebacker Taylor Wood. Jackson played four years at fullback and linebacker from 2008-11 and ended his playing days with 357 career defensive stops and 321 rushing yards.
He received his Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Anthropology/Sociology and History, he teaches history and R.T.I. math in the White House freshman annex to all grades.
Kevin played two years at Centre College in Danville, KY, and following an injury finished his career as a student coach for two seasons. He graduated in May, 2016. He is enrolled at Trevecca Nazarene University and completing his masters degree in December, 2017.
Kevin moved back home to White House. His parents, Kevin and Kimberly Jackson, are proud long-time community supporters of White House football with his older brother Donovan graduating three years before him. The two played together one season. He has a god-sister Ashley Reed who is a junior at WHHS and a cousin, Sidney Easley, playing on the football team for the Blue Devils.