Every fleet needs an admiral.
And for Heidelberg football’s fleet of talented wide receivers, their admiral is sixth-year assistant coach Bryan Moore. Moore serves as special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach.
While at Heidelberg, Moore has mentored a vast array of exceptional student-athletes, including Mike Preston. After writing his name throughout the ‘Berg record book, Preston signed as an undrafted free agent with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans.
The special teams unit has thrived under the tutelage of Moore. Head coach Mike Hallett has relied on the kicking game and return units to augment his team’s ability to control a football game. In 2011 and 2012, a Student Prince earned the OAC’s Special Teams Player of the Week award a league-high eight times.
When he arrived in Tiffin in 2008, Moore brought a wealth of coaching experience with him. He was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Emory and Henry College in 2006 and 2007, where he also served as academic supervisor.
From 2000-05, Moore worked with Hallett at Thomas More College. In his five years at Thomas More, he coached the quarterbacks and wide receivers and also served as the special team’s coordinator and strength coach. Aside from his football coaching duties, Moore was the academic supervisor, as well as intramural director and head men’s tennis coach.
Moore began his coaching career as a defensive line graduate assistant in 1999 following a successful playing career at Hiram College. He was a two-time captain of the Terriers.
He resides in Tiffin, Ohio and is married to the former Sheila Carpenter. Sheila and her three children, River, Skye and Landen, are natives of Northern Kentucky. The couple also have a pair of twins, Legend and Legacy.
Follow Coach Moore on Twitter @bcmoore22.