Brad Griffin was named the 28th Head Football Coach at Southwestern College in January, 2015. Prior to taking the reigns at Southwestern, Griffin spent 11 seasons at William Penn University, serving as Defensive Coordinator and working with the linebackers.
Griffin was named the Midwest League Tri-Assistant Coach of Year in 2011 after his unit led the league in scoring defense and was second in yardage.
He arrived at William Penn from Emporia State University where he was a running back on the football team from 1999-2000. Griffin graduated from Emporia in 2000 with a degree in physical education. He stayed on as a graduate assistant for two years before becoming a full-time assistant in 2003.
Before attending Emporia, Griffin attended Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kan., from 1996-1997, where he was also a running back. He served as an assistant coach for one season at Hutchinson before moving on to Emporia.
Griffin lives in Winfield with his wife Katie and daughters Brielle and Bayler.
Corey Gray joined the Moundbuilder Football staff as an Assistant Coach in 2015, serving as Defensive Line Coach and Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. Gray is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
He came to Southwestern College from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, where he served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Bulldogs.
Gray graduated from William Penn University in 2011, earning a Masters Degree in Business Leadership. In addition, he also held the position of Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Statesmen Athletic Department.
In 2009, he earned a Bachelors Degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Strength and Conditioning from William Penn University while competing on the football team at linebacker.
Adam Kirby was named the Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach at Southwestern College prior to the 2016 season. Kirby joins the Moundbuilder staff following a two-year stint as the Offensive Line Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at NCAA Div. III McMurry University in Abilene, Texas.
In his two seasons at McMurry, Kirby's offensive line received national recognition as Derek Baldeschwiler was voted a first team All-American in both the 2014 and 2015 seasons while Brendon Brinkmann was named an Honorable Mention All-American in 2015.
Prior to his stint at McMurry, Kirby served as the Offensive Line coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Independence Community College in Independence, Kansas. In his one season at ICC, four of Kirby’s offensive linemen received scholarships to four year institutions.
Kirby spent the 2012 season at Chester High School in Chester, Texas where he was the Head Football Coach. During his one season with the Yellowjackets, Kirby compiled a 2-6 record and had six of his players placed on the all-district team.
Kirby got his start in coaching in 2011 when he served as the Offensive Line Coach, Run Game Coordinator and Assistant Recruiting Coordinator at Texas College in Tyler, Texas. While there, he coached five all-conference linemen with Richard Lee gaining first team all-conference and second team All-American honors. His offensive line helped pave the way for two all-conference running backs, as Marquise Thompson and Edward Burns both received honorable mention honors.
He has also had the privilege to coach in the Offense-Defense High School All-American game at Cowboys Stadium, where he was the Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach.
In 2016, Kirby was selected to participate in the prestigious NFL-NCAA Coaching Academy in Orlando, Florida.
Kirby is also published, contributing articles to xandolabs.com entitled: "Simplifying a Count System and Rules in the IZ" and "McMurry University's 6 Essentials for OL Scouting Reports".
Kirby is a native of New London, Texas and received his associate’s degree from Lon Morris College and his bachelor’s degree from The University of Texas at Tyler.
He is married to his high school sweetheart; the former Rachel King. The couple lives in Winfield.
The 2015 season will mark Victor Redd's second season coaching the Moundbuilders. He will be returning as the Wide Receiver Coach.
Redd is a native of San Diego, Calif., where he attended high school at Castle Park High School and lettered in Football, Volleyball and Basketball.
Redd attended Mayville State University from 2008-2012 and graduated with a B.S. in Fitness and Wellness and a minor in Coaching and was a 4 year starter at the Wide Receiver position.
He is currently pursuing his masters in Teaching from Southwestern College.