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CBHS announces new Strength & Conditioning coach from Univ. of Florida

CBHS announces new Strength & Conditioning coach from Univ. of Florida

Christian Brothers High School has named Rashad Harris  as the school's Head Strength and Conditioning Coach.  Rashad comes to CBHS from Gainesville, Florida, where he served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Florida. Prior to his stint in Gainesville, Rashad served at Colorado State University in the  same capacity.  He has also played professional football with the Cincinnati Bengals and Jacksonville Jaguars. Rashad is originally from Athens, Alabama.


He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Louisville and Master's from Michigan State University. Rashad is married to Christina Harris and he has a daughter, Soleil.

"We are excited to have Rashad Harris join our staff," said  Mike Kelly, CBHS Athletic Director.  “He possesses the characteristics, enthusiasm and knowledge that will greatly benefit our students. He is a seasoned professional who will give our athletes the opportunity to enrich their performance and fulfill their athletic potential through his coaching.”

"We are very excited to be a part of the rich tradition at Christian Brothers High school," said Harris. "We are thankful for the help that Mr. Mike Kelly, Mr. Chris Fay, and Mr. Thomas McDaniel have given me throughout the hiring process. We are eager to help students to achieve their mental, physical, and spiritual goals through education."

"The facilities at Christian Brothers High school provide students who play sports and teachers who coach sports a unique opportunity to develop and teach their full potential," he said. "Thank you for this wonderful opportunity and come to the weight room to get a workout!"