Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Grady has sent dozens of players to the college ranks and two to the NFL (Jason Foster and Sean Keenan). He's also won two state titles and compiled an 85-59 record in 15 years.
Burnett burst on the scene his first year coaching, winning the D-I state title in 2009. He's kept winning since, going 23-9 heading into this season.
In his 12 years at the helm, Murray has transformed this program into a winner, going 40-11 the last five years (he's 64-33 overall) and advancing to the D-I state finals two of the last three seasons.
Provost is a new coach on the scene but has completely turned around this once floundering program in just four years, going 26-13 in that time.
Norman is one of the most consistent winners out there, claiming seven state titles, three runner-up finishes and a 142-62 record his 20 years.
Stone has created a dynasty since the millennium, winning the last three D-I state titles and five of the last six. He's gone 190-72 in his 27-year career.
In just five short years, Broduer has shown he has what it takes to lead his team to the big wins, claiming D-II state titles in 2010 and 2012 while going 30-10 in his career.
Perry helped build this program from 34 players when he arrived to 70 now while also winning a state title in 2009 and making it to the finals in 2006.