|Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|New York Giants|
|St. Louis Rams|
|Coaching Experience - Five Years|
|Four-year letterwinner, defensive line, Forest Hill HS, West Palm Beach, Fla.|
|Two-year letterwinner, track and field, Forest Hill HS|
|Four-year letterwinner, defensive end, University of Miami|
|B.S. in business administration, University of Miami|
|July 30, 1971 in Phoenix, Ariz.|
|Grace (06/15/02) and Belle (11/15/05)|
Assistant coachKevin Patrick enters his third season with the
University of South Florida football program for the 2010 season after
being named to the position of assistant coach with responsibility over
the teamís defensive ends on Feb. 25, 2007.
Patrick will oversee
the defensive tackles for the 2010 season after spending 2008 coaching
the defensive ends and 2009 mentoring the entire defensive line.
is the second time Patrick has been an assistant with USF. He initially
joined the staff in 1996 when he also oversaw the defensive ends. He
was on the staff through the 1998 season.
In his second season
back with the Bulls, Patrick oversaw the development of junior college
transfer Jason Pierre-Paul, a first-team All-American for the 2009
campaign as named by Pro Football Weekly and was the No. 15 overall pick
in the 2010 NFL Draft by the New York Giants. Pierre-Paul was also
named first-team all-conference by the BIG EAST coaches, ESPN,
Rivals.com and the Sporting News along with second-team honors by Phil
Former two-time All-American George Selvie earned All-BIG EAST Second
Team honors by the league coaches and Phil Steele. Under Patrickís
tutelage the last two seasons, Selvie finished his career as the most
prolific defensive players in USF history, topped off by being selected
in the seventh round by the St. Louis Rams in the 2010 Draft.
defensive ends posted 21.5 of the Bulls' 25 sacks on the season in
2009, along with 37 tackles for loss. The defensive line anchored a
defensive unit that finished second in the BIG EAST in scoring defense
in 2009 and third in total defense.
Patrick flourished during his first season back with the Bulls. He
helped defensive end George Selvie repeat as a first team All-American
and assisted a defensive unit that ranked No. 10 nationally in total
defense.Patrick also reeled in a pair of national awards on the
recruiting trail. Rivals named him one of the top 25
recruiters in America and the top recruiter in the BIG EAST. The
acclaim came after four-star recruits Ryne Giddens, Jacquain Williams,
Jason Pierre-Paul and Julius Forte inked with USF on National Signing
During his playing days, Patrick was an All-American
defensive end at the University of Miami from 1989-93. He was a major
contributor on the Hurricane team that claimed two National
Championships withwins over Nebraska in the 1992 Orange Bowl and over
Alabama in the 1990 Sugar Bowl. Patrick also played in the Cotton and
Fiesta Bowls during his career.
He isthe second individual in the USF program to have earned BIG
EAST Defensive Player of the Year honors. Patrick claimed his in 1993,
whiletwo-time All-American George Selvie earned that honor in 2007.
Patrick earned his All-America honors and team MVP accolades in 1993
when he collected 10 sacks. During his career he tallied 174 tackles
and 23 sacks, which ranks fifth in program history.