Saints Promote Tucker, Add Durmon
Shiloh Christian High School (Arkansas) has promoted Austin Tucker as
the Offensive Coordinator. Tucker has served as the RB/TE Coach the
past two seasons. Prior to that, Tucker played at the University of
Arkansas from 2007-2010. He is also a graduate of Shiloh Christian, and
was named the 2006 State Championship game MVP, leading the
Saints to a 14-0 season and State Title. Tucker is the only player in
Arkansas high school history to have over 2,500 Yards both Receiving &
Passing in his career. He played in this offensive system as a QB & WR
so he understands it, as well as playing in Coach Bobby Petrino's
offense for three years. Coach Tucker will also move to coach Wide
Receivers in 2013.
Also, the Saints are excited to announce the addition of John William
Durmon. Coach Durmon will coach Running Backs, and also be the
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach. He's coming to Shiloh from the
University of Arkansas, where he has been the Assistant Strength &
Conditioning Coach for the past 2 1/2 years. Coach Durmon also started
at Fullback for the Razorbacks in the 2008 & 2009 seasons. It's exciting
to have someone with SEC experience both playing and coaching, to
come be a part of the Shiloh Christian staff. Strength training is a huge
part of the game, and it will be great to have someone with his expertise.
Coach Durmon will also serve over all SC athletics teams in the role of
strength & conditioning so it will be a huge advantage for all of our sports
teams at Shiloh. He will start at Shiloh in a few weeks.
Coach John Durmon (left). Coach Austin Tucker (right).
Coach Durmon carrying
the AutoZone Liberty
Bowl trophy after the
defeated East Carolina in