Ohio State adds former HS coach as defensive quality control assistant
Miguel Patrick, a former high school football coach in the state of Georgia, has joined Ohio State’s staff as a defensive quality control assistant. Patrick shared the news on his Twitter account Monday.
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— M. Patrick (@CoachM_Patrick) March 7, 2022
Patrick was the head coach of Crisp County High School in Cordele, Georgia for the 2021 season. Patrick’s squad went 9-4 in 2021. He announced his departure on Friday.
Thank you @CrispFB it has been a pleasure‼️🟡🔵🏈🐾 pic.twitter.com/RlXyEhCn0z
— M. Patrick (@CoachM_Patrick) March 4, 2022
Patrick was an assistant and head coach at Cedar Grove before taking the Crisp County job. At Cedar Grove, he coached 4-star class of 2023 cornerback prospect Kayin Lee, an Ohio State target. Tim Walton is Lee’s primary OSU recruiter.