Jeremy Garrett Resigns after one season at Ensworth

Jeremy Garrett Resigns after one season at Ensworth

After just one season as head coach at Ensworth, Jeremy Garrett has resigned and has accepted a job at Vanderbilt.

Garrett will be a defensive quality control coach for the Commodores working with the defensive line.

“I’m going to Vanderbilt as a defensive Quality Control coach and I’ll be working with the defensive line specifically,” Garrett said.

In Garrett’s only season as head coach, the Tigers finished the season at 7-5 as they lost to McCallie in the Division II-AAA Quarterfinals.

We support Jeremy in fulfilling his dream of becoming a college coach, and we are thankful for his tireless work on behalf of the football program and as a leader in our school. We understand the opportunity to coach at the college level without moving one’s family is rare, and we are excited that the Garretts will be able to remain members of our Ensworth family,” Ensworth AD Ricky Bowers said.

Before becoming the head coach at Ensworth, Garrett served as the Ensworth associate director of admissions and is an assistant track and field coach as well in eight total years at Ensworth.

Before coming to Ensworth, Garrett was an assistant football coach, head Track and Field coach as well as the Strength and Conditioning coach at Southaven High School (MS).

There are currently eight programs looking for a head coach they are: Bolton, Cloudland, Ensworth, Hamilton, Kenwood, Manassas, Morristown East and Seymour

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