By Kris Freeman, Sports Information Director, White House High School
Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Cornerbacks, Free Safeties
Ryan Hamilton starts his 11th season as a member of the coaching staff at White House, his 15th overall after serving four years as a volunteer assistant. This will be his seventh year as the offensive coordinator, and he coaches quarterbacks, wide receivers, cornerbacks and free safeties.
Hamilton is known for his fiery approach to coaching and a favorite among the kids both in practice and preparation, and his intense pre-game speeches. When the hat comes off, the game is on. Hamilton’s intensity is reflected in the determination of the kids he coaches.
Hamilton graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2005 with a B.S. in Physical Education and Health and Human Performance. He completed his Masters in Education from Cumberland University and though he has coached basketball and served as the freshman football coach, he now works with football exclusively.
Hamilton played football at White House after transferring from Hunters Lane and was a fantastic athlete at quarterback and defensive back.
He teaches physical education and wellness at the WHHS freshman annex.
Ryan and Brittany were married in June 2011, and have a little girl, Aubrey, who is about to celebrate her fifth birthday.
Off the field, Hamilton is instrumental in the technical aspects of the football operations for White House. He has advanced the program in computer and video enhancements and oversees the volunteer and student staff which helps manage the team’s technical operations, including the film study and online video for players and coaches.
Coaches profiles written by Kris Freeman for White House High School football.