DURANT — Southeastern head football coach Bo Atterberry has announced the addition of Adrian Haywood to the coaching staff where he will coach the Savage Storm defensive line.

DURANT — Southeastern head football coach Bo Atterberry has announced the addition of Adrian Haywood to the coaching staff where he will coach the Savage Storm defensive line.


Haywood brings with him six years of experience at both the junior college and NCAA Division I levels.


He spent his most recent season coaching defensive linemen at Navarro College in Corsicana, where the team posted a 7-3 record and finished ranked No. 14 in the nation.


Haywood spent the previous three seasons coaching defensive tackles at Baylor where he coached a pair of players who would play in the NFL, including All-Big 12 honoree Nicholas Jean-Baptiste.


The Bears went 29-10 over the three years he served on staff, including consecutive bowl trips to the Valero Alamo Bowl in 2011, the Bridgeport Holiday Bowl in 2012 and the Fiesta Bowl in 2013.


He got his coaching start in 2009 at Tyler Junior College where he served as the defensive line coach and directed the development of a pair of first-team all-conference players.


Haywood started his collegiate playing career at Tyler JC before moving to Southern Methodist for the 2005 and 2006 seasons.


At SMU he was a two-time All-Conference USA honoree and was named the team’s defensive MVP as a senior.