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Brad Robbins

Brad Robbins

Offensive Coordinator

Email Brad.Robbins@ngu.edu
Alma Mater UVA Wise

Brad Robbins comes to North Greenville from Charleston Southern University where he spent the 2018 season coaching the team’s wide receivers and was the director of the team’s community services. Robbins will take over the duties of offensive coordinator at North Greenville.

Before Charleston Southern, Robbins had two stints at Virginia Military Institute, once from March 2013 to February 2014. He returned to VMI in February of 2015 and spent two more seasons with the Keydets, coaching the wide receivers, tight ends, while also serving as the recruiting coordinator.

Brad Robbins’ coaching career began down the road in Charlottesville, Virginia at the University of Virginia. He started with the Cavaliers before the 2010 season as the assistant recruiting coordinator, helping the program reel in a top-25 recruiting class according to rivals.com.

Robbins was promoted to position coach following 2011, tutoring the program’s linebackers and safeties, working under Atlantic Coach Conference “Coach of the Year” Mike London. During his time, the Cavs boasted a defense ranked 38th in the nation, upending the Florida State Seminoles for the first time in program history.

Robbins’ also coached up a solid defensive unit at VMI as his defensive backs picked off six opponent passes in 2013 with Robbins as the unit leader. As the wide receivers coach, Robbins coached up All-Southern Conference performer Aaron Sanders who broke three school records including catches in a season, most consecutive games with a catch, most receptions in a game, and career catches. Sanders also finished third in FCS in receptions per game.

Brad Robbins also helped with the development of All-Southern Conference performers Ryan Swingle (tight end) and All-Southern Conference Freshman wide receiver Dontae Mauck. The VMI offense was ranked 21st in the nation in 2014 with Robbins coaching the wideouts and tight ends.

As a player, Brad Robbins was a multi-sport athlete at UVA-Wise. He was a four-year letter winner in football and baseball and was an All-Mid-South First Team nod with over 3,000 yards and 22 touchdowns in 2009. In baseball, he was a 2009 2nd team NAIA All-American as the team’s designated hitter. He holds the Wise record for home runs, doubles, and batting average and was inducted into the school’s athletic Hall of Fame in 2018.

He earned his Bachelor’s in Business Administration from UVA-Wise and later earned his Masters in Education from the University of Virginia in 2013.