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Offensive Coaching Staff
Brent Dearmon enters his second year as the offensive coordinator at Arkansas Tech, after spending the last two seasons on the staff of Gus Malzahn at Auburn University.
In his first year at Arkansas Tech, the Wonder Boys produced the biggest offensive turnaround in college football - including a 360% increase in rushing yards from the previous season. Tech's offense was the second-rated offense in the GAC, racking up 36.5 points and 458.8 yards per game. Along the way, Chris Eastburn and Bryan Allen earned all-region accolades.
During his time at Auburn, Dearmon spent the 2013 season as a Running Back Analyst and the 2014 season as a Wide Receiver Analyst. His duties included film breakdown and game preparation, providing academic support to the running backs and wideouts, as well as assisting with the recruiting process and camp operations.
While Dearmon was at Auburn, the Tigers posted a combined 20-7 record, including an 11-5 mark in SEC play. The 2013 Tigers captured the SEC title en route to an appearance in the BCS Championship Game.
Dearmon brought extensive experience in the high school ranks to Auburn, as he spent three seasons as the offensive coordinator at Vigor High School in Prichard, Alabama before taking the reins of the program at B.C. Rain High School for two seasons.
He began his coaching career at his alma mater, Bethel University, in 2007, where he served as a student assistant, coaching the defensive backs as the team posted an 11-2 record.
Dearmon started for four years at Bethel University, where he re-wrote the school's record book en route to the school's first conference title, first playoff appearance, and first playoff victory. He remains the school's career and single-season record holder in passing yards and touchdowns.
Dearmon received his bachelor of science degree in mathematics from Bethel in 2008.
Offensive Line Coach
Georgeio Milam enters his fourth season as the Offensive Line coach at Arkansas Tech University.
During Milam's first season at Arkansas Tech, he mentored an offensive line that produced a greatly improved running game for Arkansas Tech, as Ketrich Harmon had a banner year rushing the football for the Wonder Boys.
The Wonder Boys used a corps of young backs to move the football in the 2014 season, and Milam's offensive line cleared the way for the emergence for the trio of Kelton Smith, Justin Oliphant, and Braden Stringer.
In 2015, Tech produced the largest offensive turnaround in college football, with Milam's offensive line providing the blocking for a rushing attack that posted a 360% increase in rushing yards from the 2014 campaign.
Milam joined the Tech staff as no stranger to the Great American Conference, having spent the previous two seasons on the staff of Bill Keopple at Southern Arkansas, where he coached the offensive line and served as strength and conditioning coach. His primary recruiting territory was Southeast and Northeast Arkansas, North Louisiana, Mississippi Junior Colleges and the Memphis Metro Area.
Milam was a two year letterman for the Muleriders from (2005-2006). He played his first two years (2003-2004) collegiately at Northwest Community College in Senatobia, Mississippi where he was a two year letterman as a defensive lineman. Milam was also a graduate assistant for SAU from (2007-2010) serving as Tight Ends Coach and assisted the Offensive Line. Prior to returning to the SAU football program in 2011, Milam spent a year at the University of Pikeville (Ky.) in 2010 serving as the Offensive Line Coach.
Milam prepped at Olive Branch High School (Miss.) where he was a three year letterman as a Defensive Lineman and Offensive Lineman. Milam was the team's MVP, Team Captain, and All-State selection his senior year.
Milam earned his B.S. in Health Performance and Recreation in 2008 and his M.S. in Kinesiology in 2010, both from Southern Arkansas University.
Receivers CoachJared Haas
Jared Haas enters his third year on the staff of Arkansas Tech head coach Raymond Monica after spending three years on the staff at Kutztown University.
Haas worked with the wide receivers in 2014 while also serving as the program's recruiting coordinator. His efforts recruiting resulted in Arkansas Tech signing a highly-touted class that will take the field beginning in the 2015 season.
His efforts continued to pay dividends as Tech signed one of its most heralded signing classes prior to the 2016 season.
In his first two seasons at Kutztown, Haas worked with the running backs before taking over as the offensive line coach. Haas also served as academic coordinator and led the strength and conditioning efforts of the program.
As a player at Kutztown, Haas was a two-year captain and started every game along the offensive line during his senior year in 2010. He was the anchor for a record-setting offense. In addition to setting a school record for wins in a season with 10, Haas provided protection for an offense that set a school record for points in a season with 466. The Golden Bears qualified for the NCAA Division II Super Region I playoffs and earned the No. 1 seed. Kutztown also began the season with a 9-0 record.
With a 4.0 GPA, Haas was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic College Division All-District II second team. He was a three-time All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference scholar-athlete and a two-time member of the Association of Athletics Directors (ADA) All-Academic team. Haas was the recipient of the Presidential Academic Scholarship, the Robert Holmes Burger King Athletic Scholarship and was a volunteer for the Special Olympics. He was honored by the Lehigh Valley Chapter of The National Football Foundation.
Haas graduated from Kutztown in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in secondary education.
Graduate Assistant / Running BacksKevin Wewers
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Graduate Assistant / Tight Ends / Fullbacks
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