- Assistant Football Coach - Wide Receivers/Director of High School Relations
Brandon Sammons enters his first year as an assistant football coach at Wilmington College for the 2020 season. He serves as the program's director of high school relations and also works with the Fightin' Quakers' wide receivers.
Sammons comes to Wilmington from Little Miami High School where he served as offensive coordinator in his second stint with the program. Prior to that, Sammons was a three-year head coach at nearly Blanchester High School from 2016-18. The Wildcats won two SBAAC championships under Sammons' guidance and made the OHSAA Playoffs in 2016.
Prior to his time in Clinton County, Sammons spent time on the staffs of Cincinnait Hills Christian Academy and Mason High School. He graduated from Miami University in 2004 and later went on to earn a master's degree from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in 2010.
*Last updated - February 18, 2020