"Building CHAMPIONS for LIFE!"

        WASHINGTON RAMS FOOTBALL


25 Winning Seasons, 21 Playoff Appearances, 5 State Semi-Final Appearances
2 Undefeated Regular Seasons (1978 & 1989), 2 State Title Appearances




2019-2020 WASHINGTON RAMS VARSITY COACHING STAFF

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Please check back January 2019

            Stephen Leonard - 
Coach Leonard has been at Washington High School for 18 years and has coached various sports including football during that time. He is currently the Assistant Wrestling Coach and the Head Track and Field Coach in addition to coaching football. “I developed a meaningful relationship with sports early in my life and view sports as a way for student athletes to create success and learn transferable skills in their lives.” Coach Leonard is also a Counselor for WHS and an Adjunct Faculty member at Glendale Community College. As a counselor and coach, Mr. Leonard brings a special skill set and perspective to coaching football. He graduated from the University of Arizona, played football in high school for The Texas Military Institute of San Antonio, Texas and earned his Masters Degree in Counseling from the University of Phoenix. In high school, Coach Leonard played middle linebacker, running back, quarterback, and tight end earning All-Conference honors. “I look forward to coaching this year due to the caliber of coaches we have on staff and our opportunity to win this year. This will be our 4th year with a new system under Coach Mayfield and Coach Enos and I expect our team to do very well.”

                       Derek Stewart - 
Coach Stewart began his football career in 2010 at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California as a Running Back and Kick Returner for the Owls. In 2014, Coach Stewart continued his career joining the Dons of De Anza College in Cupertino, California as an Outside Linebacker, Safety and Returner and completed his playing career in 2016-2017 at Arizona Christian University as a Safety. "As a new member of the Rams football family I would like to use the game of football as a tool for their development into young adults and a stepping stone for their futures after high school. Football can be a great tool to teach young student-athletes important qualities that will help them be successful in life (e.g. team work, accountability, responsibility, perseverance  focus, and mental toughness), which will be key points of my coaching formula. I will always get the best out of my athletes on and off the field and believe after spending 4+ years playing college football and 14+ years playing the game, that I have seen what it takes to change a young athletes life and habits, as my life was transformed and propelled in a positive directions by the the lessons I learned playing the game of football." This is Coach Stewart's 2nd year with the Rams as their Safeties Coach, his 2nd year as the Rams Strength & Conditioning Coach and 2nd year coaching.

                                                              

                             

Tim Mayfield - Head Coach

Dave Enos - Assistant Head Coach



                                                



                      

                                         Hakim Hopkins - 

 Coach Hopkins began his football career at Valley Vista High School in

Surprise, Arizona splitting time playing both sides of the ball as a Wide

 Receiver and Defensive Back for the Monsoon. Upon graduation, Coach

 Hopkins continued his career at Phoenix College playing both positions

 for the Bears. Coach Hopkins brings youth, knowledge of the game,

 discipline and strong recruiting abilities to the Rams. This is Coach

 Hopkins 3rd year with the Rams as the Varsity Wide Receivers coach

 and his 3rd year in coaching.





    Tyrone Jackson - 
 Coach Jackson played football for the Eagles of Stephen F. Austin as a

 Running Back & Wide Receiver for the Eagles in 2000 and for the Titans of

 Memorial High School in Port Arthur, Texas 2003 and 2004. Coach Jackson

 returned to Memorial High School as a Assistant Coach/Maxpreps and Hudl

 Coordinator breaking down game film on opponents. Coach Jackson was

 part of the Titans State SemiFinal Run in 2011 where they ultimately lost to

 eventual State Champion Cibollo Steele. Coach Jackson joined the Rams

 Football Staff in 2016 as a Varsity Receivers coach as well as the

 Hudl/MaxPreps Coordinator and Rams Football Webpage Coordinator.

 Coach Jackson brings dedication, passion, youth, a strong strategic mind

 and discipline to the Rams football program. This is Coach Jackson's 7th

 year in coaching, 3rd year with the Rams and 2nd year as the Varsity

 Quarterbacks & Running Backs Coach.








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