Coach Sean Love
Completing a tremendous college career with a BA in Graphic Design, Love set out for the professional ranks. He quickly saw action in the Arena Football League and in semi-pro leagues across the country. These experiences catapulted a coaching career that includes headship from Pop Warner Football to high school coaching and collegiate training. Notable trainees include Wes Welker and Antonio Smith, former All-Pro and Super Champions of the National Football League.
Happily married to Edie Love of 20 years, they have produced three beautiful and talented children. Kaelon (22) and Kamron (18), both earned Division 1 football scholarships to Army West Point and the US Naval Academy respectively. Their daughter, Jadyn (13), is a rising star in multiple sports.
Love works at Tinker Air Force Base as a Program Analyst. He coaches the wide receivers and defensive backs along with handling Recruiting Coordinator duties at John Marshall High School in Oklahoma City, OK.
COREY ALEXANDER-College Bound Athletics
Owner/head recruiter for College Bound Athletics Inc. CBA was founded in the spring of 2013 to be the one-stop shop for recruiting and athletic development for high school athletes. Located in Nashville, Tenn., in just over three years he and his staff have assisted in more than 300 student-athlete college offers.
Head coach of the Tennessee Select 7v7 team and is the recruiting and academic consultant for National Playmakers Academy.
In the spring of 2016, College Bound Athletics’ launched a sister company, Highlight University. Highlight U creates high school student-athlete workouts and highlight films to send to college coaches as another aspect of the recruiting process.
Corey graduated from, played football and ran track at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, from 2010-2013 where he majored in Political Science. Before arriving in Knoxville, he spent his freshman season at the University of Pittsburgh.
A Nashville native, Corey was a standout football player and track runner at Station Camp High School in Gallatin, Tenn., where he was an all-county, all-region, all-mid-state, and all-state two-sport athlete.
Football has always been a big part of Corey’s life, like his father, Brent Alexander played in the NFL from 1994 to 2005 with the Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers, Pittsburgh Steelers, and New York Giants.
Coach Jarrail Jackson
The former Oklahoma wide receiver, who played for the Buffalo Bills and in the Arena Football League, spent last season at Mississippi State as an offensive analyst and recruiting specialist. Jackson spent one season at Davidson where he coached quarterbacks and three seasons at Washington State, where he worked as the Director of Player Relations as well as working in recruiting.
Prior to Washington State, Jackson worked for six seasons with wide receivers at Dartmouth University.
Jackson has three children (Jalen, Acelynn, and Brooklyn).
Thaddeus Brown is in his sixth season as a Blue Dragon assistant. He will coach the Blue Dragon receivers as well as serving as the team’s recruiting coordinator and strength and conditioning coordinator.
Brown’s first three seasons at Hutchinson were spent on the defensive side of the ball. Before the 2016 season, Brown moved over to the offensive side of the ball.
In 2013, Brown coached arguably the best defensive secondary in Blue Dragon football history. Brown’s personnel group produced three All-Jayhawk Conference performers. Safety Jaylon Myers (West Virginia) was a first-team NJCAA All-American and Shattle Fenteng (Georgia) was a second-team All-American. The 2013 Blue Dragons produced 24 interceptions, including nine from Myers, which was the sixth most in team history for a season. Myers set a school record in his Blue Dragon debut with three interceptions against Coffeyville.
This is Brown’s second coaching job, coming to Hutchinson after serving one season at Ellsworth Community College in Iowa in 2012.
Brown was a part of a big turnaround season at Ellsworth in 2012, helping that program to a 7-4 season, a Graphic’s Edge Bowl victory and a No. 19 NJCAA national ranking.
Three of Ellsworth’s four starting defensive backs turned all-Iowa Community College Athletic Conference honors.
Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Brown graduated from high school in San Diego and went to Fort Hays State University to play wide receiver. He led the 2003 Tigers in receiving with 33 catches for 382 yards and two touchdowns.
Brown earned his degree from Fort Hays State. He is married to the former Kristin Hibler. The couple has three children - Aiyanna, Aliyah, and Kalynn.