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2023 - 2024 Rock Hill Blue Hawks Football Coaching Staff

Program Thank you to Rock Nation

Welcome Rock Nation Fans, Parents, Supporters, Visitors and Community to the 2023 Football Season! It is the best time of the year! We continue to grow stronger this year by leaning on our school’s core values: ICSEEU, LEO and our 3 pillars: Accountability, Toughness, and Love. Most importantly, we continue to grow stronger with our program, school, and community unity.


Our program values are all centered and revolve around our Prosper ISD Athletic Mission Statement, “Athletics is an extension of the educational setting at all times”. We provide the most important values and lessons through athletics while developing the overall student into a better athlete and a better person. We use this blueprint to mold our athletes into young men of exceptional character. These values will allow our Athletes to win on the field and in life as fantastic husbands, fathers, and future leaders of our country.


Our teams and coaches have had an outstanding Offseason, Spring, and Summer leading up to this season. All our athletes have done a tremendous job of buying into our motto of LEO! It’s not about me, it is about the person next to me. Extraordinary things happen when no one cares who gets credit. I could not be prouder of the unselfish mindset of our team in the past six months.


Thank you to our _#_ seniors who have poured into the program over the last 3 years. First to four, they continue to raise the bar and leave a proud legacy at Rock Hill High School. Our football coaching staff are truly the men responsible for setting our wheels into motion. They always strive for championship - worthy values. Thank you, Rhana Ramos, Derek Thompson, Jesse Johnson, Kamm Coker, Brian Smith, Presley McMahan, Carter Severson, Stephen King, Nicolas Summerfield, Billy Farris, Ricky London, Seneca Wallace, Tyler Bailey, and Cody Martin-you truly are the greatest staff in Texas. Thank you to Tyler Fox, Emily Karns, and Keisha Williams. Our training staff is the best in the state. A loving thank you to my wife of 20 years, Jonith. She has stood by my side during this whole journey, and she is the
definition of a great coach’s wife. To my son, Brady (8 th grade), and my daughter, Brynlee (5th grade), thank you for being all in on this journey. I love you.

A special thank you to Prosper ISD Superintendent, Dr. Holly Ferguson, Deputy Superintendent, Dr. Greg Bradley, our Executive Director of Athletics, Coach Valerie Little, Assistant Athletic Director Michael Sain, Nick Sharp-Athletics Events Supervisor, and the Prosper ISD Board of Trustees for their leadership and their undying support of both academic and extracurricular opportunities to all the students in Prosper ISD.


The Rock Hill Football Coaches, Players, Parents, and Fans extend gratitude and thanks to Mr. Josh Faris, President of the Blue Hawks Championship Club for his servant leadership and support of our organization. Mr. Faris and our Booster Club Officers have put an enormous amount of work into our program. We are extremely grateful to all who have donated their time, efforts, and talents to support Rock Hill Football.


Last, but certainly not least, we would like to thank our Rock Hill Administration for all their support. We sincerely appreciate the support of Rock Hill High School Principal, Mr. Terry Mouton, and our entire Assistant Principal Team. Our teachers go above and beyond to help all students exceed the high academic and athletic standards that have been set here at Rock Hill High School and Prosper ISD. A very special thank you goes out to our Band, Color Guard, Rockettes, Cheerleaders, STUCO, Yell Leaders, Rock Hill Media, and the best fans and student section in the state of Texas!! All your efforts make Friday Nights at Children’s Health Stadium a great place to be.

 

Thank You Rock Nation!
Fight Rock Fight!
Protect the Rock!
LEO

Coach Mark Wilkinson
Rock Hill Athletic Coordinator
Head Football Coach

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Mark Wilkinson

Rock Hill Athletic Coordinator

Head Varsity Football Coach

This is Coach Mark Wilkinson’s 20th year in coaching and 3rd year at Rock Hill High School. Prior to coming to Rock Hill, Coach Wilkinson was the Defensive Coordinator at Sherman High School. He had stops at Keller Fossil Ridge, Callisburg, and Birdville. He graduated from the University of North Texas in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Minor in Secondary Education. He and his wife, Jonith, have been married for 20 years and have two children, Brady (13) and Brynlee (10).
 

#LEO

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Rhana Ramos

Director of Football Operations

Bio about me coming soon.

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Derek Thompson

Offensive Coordinator

Quarterbacks

Coach Thompson is entering his 2nd year as the Offensive
Coordinator/Associate Head Coach at Rock Hill High School. Coach Thompson
was raised in Glen Rose, Texas, and is a proud graduate of the University of
North Texas, where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology with a
Master's of Science in Sport's Management. 
Prior to coming to Rock Hill, Coach Thompson served as the Associate
HC/Offensive Coordinator at Bridgeport HS. Previous stops include five years at
Sherman HS (OC) and two years at Denton HS. Coach Thompson and his wife,
Mandy, have two boys, Greyson (Five) and Jett (Three).

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Jesse Johnson

Defensive Coordinator

Defensive Backs

Coach Jesse Johnson, Defensive Coordinator, is starting his 2nd year coaching at Rock
Hill and his 17th year coaching High School Football. Prior to coming to Rock Hill, Coach
Johnson was Co-Defensive Coordinator at Hebron High School and had stopped at
Lampasas High School as Defensive Coordinator and Lewisville High School as
Secondary Coach and Special Team Coordinator. Coach Johnson graduated from
Midwestern State University where he played Safety. He has been married for 12 years
to his wife Lindsay and they have 3 children; Aubrey (8), Landry (5), and Mackenzie (3).

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Cody Martin

Asst. Football Coach

Running Backs

Bio about me coming soon.

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Presley McMahan

Asst. Football Coach

Offensive Line

Bio about me coming soon.

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Brian Smith

Asst. Football Coach

Offensive Line

Bio about me coming soon.

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Carter Severson

Asst. Football Coach

Tight Ends

Bio about me coming soon.

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Seneca Wallace

Asst. Football Coach

Wide Receivers

Bio about me coming soon.

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Billy Farris

Asst. Football Coach

Defensive Line

Billy Farris has been coaching for 25 years. He was an All-State football player
and wrestler in high school and went on to play football at North Western
Oklahoma State University. He started his Texas coaching career in Center and
Daingerfield then moved to the Dallas area coaching in Carrollton, McKinney,
Plano and Flowermound Marcus. This is Coach Farris' second year at Rock Hill
high school working in Prosper ISD. His specialty is working with the defensive
line. 
He has been married to his wife Marcie for 23 years and has two children. Taylor
is 21 and attending Texas State University. Austin is 13 and attends Hays middle
school. Coach Farris enjoys fishing, hunting, and watching Austin play sports in
his spare time.

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Nicolas Summerfield

Asst. Football Coach

Defensive Line

Bio about me coming soon.

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Kamm Coker

Asst. Football Coach

Linebackers

Coach Kamm Coker will coach our Outside Linebackers and is a premium addition to our entire athletic staff.  Coach Coker is entering his first season at Rock Hill High School and his 4th year overall of coaching. He has spent the last 3 years coaching the Varsity Linebackers at Sealy High School in Sealy, Texas.  Coach Coker attended Bellville High School in Bellville, Texas, where he played Linebacker and earned All State recognition. After high school he attended Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, and received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.

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Tyler Bailey

Asst. Football Coach

Linebackers

Tyler Bailey is from Lexington, Kentucky, where he graduated from Paul Laurence
Dunbar High School in 2005.  He played both football and baseball in high school.  Tyler
attended the University of North Texas on a football scholarship from 2005-2009.  He
played offensive line and started for 3 seasons.  After college, his first job was in New
Orleans, LA at O Perry Walker High School where he coached the offensive line from
2010-2012.  From 2013-2015 he worked as a Graduate Assistant at UTEP working with
the offensive line.  In 2016 he spent the year at Anthony High School coaching running
backs.  From 2017-2020 he was the run game coordinator and offensive line coach at
Hebron High School.  While at Hebron, Tyler also coached freshman/JV baseball for all 4
years.  For the last two years, he was the Offensive Coordinator at Irving MacArthur High
School.  Tyler is married to Krystal, they will be married for 10 years in January of
2024.  They have two boys.  Champ, who is 7 years old, and Roogi who will be 4 this
upcoming November.  Interesting side note, he was born in Misawa, Japan (Dad was in
Air Force) and lived there for the first 8 years of his childhood.

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Ricky London

Asst. Football Coach

Defensive Backs

Coach Ricky London is the defensive backs coach and a Special Education teacher. He has been coaching since 1996 and has coached football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, and track and field. He’s won a state championship in track and field and a district championship in basketball as well as Coach of the Year.

 

Coach London has a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education. He played football and ran hurdles in college. Earlier this year, he was selected as Teacher of the Month by CoServ and FC Dallas. When he has free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Elaine, and his three children, Jaden - a freshman at Texas Tech, Mya - a senior at Rock Hill, and Haden - an 8th grader at Hays.

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