Calvary Christian School has appointed Emmanuel Brunson as the new head coach of their varsity football team. Brunson comes with a wealth of experience, having previously worked as the offensive coordinator, associate head coach, and recruiting coordinator at Columbus State University.
During his time there, the team had a remarkable record of 68-15, which shows Brunson’s prowess in the field.
Under his leadership, Calvary Christian School’s football team is expected to excel and reach new heights. With Brunson’s expertise and guidance, the team is sure to improve and achieve great success in their future endeavors. We wish him all the best in his new role!
Brunson previously coached middle school football at St. Anne-Pacelli, guiding the team to a 12-1 record. He is also a US Army veteran, serving for 14 years before starting his own business to assist Columbus athletes in training.
“It means everything to me; my goal is to come in and change the culture. Give our student athletes the chance to get to the college level,” Brunson said at his press conference. “Give them a chance to play at the next level, lace those shoes, and win championships that the goal.”
Calvary has promoted Michael Grant, who has been with the school for the last 8 years. He will now serve as the football program advisor, as well as take on the role of head coach for the middle school team.
“My approach to football is we really want to play fast, physical and fundamental,” Grant said. “So, we really want to take that feeder program and make sure they’re fundamentally sound, make sure that they are not overthinking as they’re playing football.”
Both Brunson and Grant are natives of Columbus, having graduated from Jordan High School and Shaw High School, respectively.