Wide Receivers Coach
Jermaine “J.D.” Hall, a former offensive
assistant at the University of Connecticut and the youngest
member of Head Coach Bobby Johnson’s coaching staff, will
mentor wide receivers.
Hall, 30, served the last two years as receivers
coach under Connecticut Head Coach Randy Edsall. Previously,
he served on the coaching staffs at North Carolina A&T and
North Carolina Central.
Hall is a 1993 graduate of Bethune-Cookman
College in Daytona Beach, Fla., where he was one of the school’s
finest offensive performers. When Hall ended his playing career,
he owned team records for career completions (588), attempts
(1,150) and passing yardage (7,154 yards). His jersey, #12,
is singled out as one of Bethune-Cookman’s “Famous Wildcat
Hall, a native of Jacksonville, Fla., began
his collegiate coaching career at North Carolina Central in
1993, working there six years, the final four as offensive
coordinator. In 1999, he joined the North Carolina A&T staff,
serving one year as quarterback coach and recruiting coordinator.
The team won the MEAC, earning a berth in the I-AA playoffs.
In 2000, he joined the Connecticut staff, serving as the Huskies
wide receivers coach. He also interned with the Miami Dolphins
Hall earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal
justice from Bethune-Cookman. He was wed to the former Erin
Dobson in July 2001.