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4-20-16
Adam DePriest Named Shiloh Christian Offensive Coordinator
Adam DePriest has been named Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach at Shiloh Christian. Coach DePriest comes to Shiloh Christian with great experience in explosive offenses. He has made a career of developing outstanding high school and college ready players. Below are some of Coach DePriest’s achievements during his career. Adam and his wife Carol have 5 children. Welcome Coach DePriest and his family to the Shiloh Christian family!
The DePriest Family
Coaching Experience:

HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL - JUNE 2012 TO JUNE 2015
OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR / WIDE RECEIVERS COACH
Helped improved offensive points per game from 13 in 2011 to 19 in 2012, 38 in 2013, and 42 in 2014 while averaging 460.1 yards per game.

- TEAM & INDIVIDUAL PLAYER ACCOMPLISHMENTS
* 2014 was First Playoff Appearance since 2006, lost 61-54 to Camden Fairview in 1st Round
* Won 2014 Southwest Elite 7 on 7 Tournament with wins over Fayetteville, El Dorado, Springdale Har-Ber, Rogers
Heritage, and two 2014 Oklahoma State Champions Bixby (6A-II) and Heritage Hall (3A).
* Quarterback led State in Passing through 11 Games
* 2013 - 1,000 yd Running Back, 2300 yd Passer, 900 Yard Receiver
* 2014 - 3500 yd passer, 2 1,000 yd receivers, QB accounted for over 4,000 yds and 53 TD's

PULASKI ACADEMY - AUGUST 2002 TO MAY 2012
ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH
Receivers' Coach (2002-2012), Special Teams Coordinator (2003-2012), Asst Defensive Backs Coach (2002-2005)
ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
Served in Assistant Athletic Director's role from 2008 to 2012.

- TEAM & INDIVIDUAL PLAYER ACCOMPLISHMENTS
* Overall Record 113-22-1 in 10 seasons with 3 State Championships (2003, 2008, 2011), 5 State Finals, 7 State
Semifinals, 9 State Quarterfinals
* 2011 Mel Kiper, Jr 7 on 7 National Champions (Washington, DC)
* Led Nation in Total Offense with 568 yards per game (2008)
* From 2006-2012, Offense averaged 530 yards and 45 points per game (82 Games)
* Brian Langford broke the National Record for receptions in a season - 138 (2006)
* Stefan Loucks owns Arkansas state record for passing yards in a career - 13,701 (2004-2006)
* Spencer Keith owns Arkansas state record for passing yards in a season - 5,310 (2008)
* Hunter Henry won the John Mackey award at Arkansas and will be drafted in the upcoming NFL draft
* In 10 years, 9 receivers had 94 receptions or more and 20 had over 1,000 yards receiving