Athletic Director

 Brian Rimpf

Phone: (803) 425-8939

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Brian Rimpf

Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at Camden High School in Camden, SC 2017

Head coach at Jack Britt High School (Fayetteville, N.C) 2012-16; 42-23 record; Buccaneers played for N.C. 4AA state title in 2012; Three seasons with nine or more wins, two conference championships, one Eastern Regional title and four playoff appearances in five seasons; Involved in Wounded Warrior Night at the school and the Reading Rocks program; Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year in 2015 and Fayetteville Observer Coach of the Year in 2012; NFL-NCAA Coaches Academy attendee (2015)

A 2003 graduate of East Carolina University with a degree in accounting and finance; Took MBA courses after earning his bachelors degree; In 2002, was one of 11 student-athletes named to the American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team for outstanding community service and civic involvement; participated in ECU’s Habitat for Humanity program and was a member of ECU’s Young Life Outreach which helped provide ministry to high school-aged participants in Greenville, N.C. Played football at ECU from 1999-2003 and was captain for the Pirates in 2002 and 2003; ECU Athletic Director’s and Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic honor rolls (2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003); Rated as number 16 Offensive Lineman in the Nation by USA Today (2003); Named to the official watch list for the Rotary Lomardi Award and Outland Trophy (2003); Conference USA All-Freshman Team (2000); Verizon Academic All-District III (2000); Second and third team Preseason All-American as selected by Football News magazine (2003 and 2002); First team All-Conference USA (2001, 2002, 2003); All-America Honorable mention by CNN/SI.com (2002, 2003); Recipient of E.E. Rawl Memorial Award for character, leadership and athletic achievement (2002 and 2003);Invited to the NFL Scouting Combine (2004)

Seventh round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens in 2004 and played through the 2007 season; Selected to attend the NFL’s Wharton School Executive Education Program at the University of Pennsylvania (2006)