Tuesday, December 7, 2021

This year’s Coaches Moving Van is Presented by the Florida High School 7v7 Association. Team registrations for the 2022 offseason is now officially open. Click here to learn more!

Also, did you know the Florida High School 7v7 Association has a huge classifieds section including job openings, games wanted, and more? Click here to learn more!

If you have any updates to the 2022 Coaches Moving Van, please email Joshua Wilson at joshua.wilson@floridahsfootball.com.

LAST UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 10, 2021 – 10:34 p.m. ET

2022 Coaches Moving Van Powered By The FHS7V7A

PosTeamOutgoing CoachIncoming CoachNotes
1Antony Smith-Smith resigned after two seasons on Nov. 9, going 3-16, per Andy Villamarzo.
1Ken Stills-Stills was let go on Nov. 8 after going 6-12 in two season, per Andy Villamarzo.
1Greg Williford-Williford stepped down after three seasons going 13-12 over that time, per Dennis Maffezzolli at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
1Jevon GlennDavid Blackwell (Interim)Glenn resigned on Sept. 8 after going 55-16 as the Bucks' head coach, per Adam Lichtenstein at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Blackwell was named the interim head coach and likely could be considered for the full time job once the Bucks' season concludes..
1Geoff Bangley-Per FHSAA classified ad on Nov. 10, It appears the school is on the hunt for its next coach as it appears Bangley is out after going 5-20 over three seasons.
1Jason Stokes-Stokes was let go on Nov. 8 after 3 seasons, going 9-22 during his tenure, per Andy Villamarzo.
1Jared Allen-Allen stepped down on Nov. 8 after 2 seasons in which he went 2-15, WCJB-TV in Gainesville has reported.
1Gary Moise-Per FHSAA classified ad on Nov. 10, South Plantation is looking for its next head coach after the depature of Moise who went 1-9 in his lone season with the Paladins.
1Jay Lindsey-Lindsey resigned on Oct. 4 midway through the season, going 32-38 in 6.5 seasons.
1Zachary Barrett-Per FHSAA classified ad on Nov. 10, the school is seeking a new head coach after Barrett went 3-7 in his lone season with the Cougars.
1Charlie Tate-Tate resigned on Sept. 29 after issues reported regarding the coach at the school by the Lakeland Ledger. Tate went 122-56 during his tenure as the head coach for the Blue Devils.

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