PCA Hires Jeremy Carter as Head Football Coach
Prattville Christian Academy is pleased to announce that Jeremy Carter has accepted the position of head football coach, effective January 1, 2019.
Coach Carter, a current PCA faculty member, has coached for nearly 15 years in various roles and schools, but his love for athletics began many years ago. As an Autauga County native, he played for Billingsley High School and then at the collegiate level for the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He comes from a coaching family with decades of experience and passion.
Having experienced the thrill of state championships as a player and coach, Coach Carter is ready for the challenge of the Panther football program. As a head coach, his record is 34-11 with three regional titles and multiple post-season appearances. “I have enjoyed coaching since day one and look forward to taking over the program. “Coaching is a job that I enjoy and everything that comes with it,” said Jeremy Carter, PCA’s head football coach. “The connection with the athletes, parents, and other coaches is like a family. The development of players on and off the field is something I’m excited about getting back into at PCA.”
Defensive Line Coach, Bessemer Academy, 2016-2018
Offensive & Defensive Coordinator, Morgan Academy, 2012-2016
Defensive Line Coach, Jemison High School, 2011
Head Football Coach, Billingsley High School, 2008-2010
Head Football Coach, Autauga Academy, 2005-2008
In addition to his football coaching career, Carter has successfully coached many other sports, including baseball and girls and boys basketball. Coach Carter is married to Susan Carter and together they have two children, Kenley (10) and Nash (6).
“We are very excited to have Coach Carter take over the Panther football program,” said Tara Osborne, PCA’s athletic director. “Coach Carter is truly a ‘players coach’ and a great Christian leader who’ll energize the program.”