I am honored and extremely excited to be headed into my second year as the head coach at A. Crawford Mosley High School. We are doing things in a purposeful, thoughtful way that is instilling in the players the mindset to embrace hard work and competition. That will be our identity. We will be known as the team that is disciplined, outworks everyone else, and is always in a position to win. Those wins are not guaranteed, but the only way for us to have the best chance at success is to be willing to work hard every day.
That discipline and hard work includes off the field. We preach every day to the players to understand the value of making good decisions; doing the right things; and being a good person. Those players that are accountable to themselves are the ones that perform on the field. It’s not by chance that a well-disciplined athlete that takes his responsibilities in the classroom and in the community seriously, do well on the field. Those are the characteristics I expect in myself, my coaching staff, and each player, that represents A. Crawford Mosley Dolphins.
I have been deeply humbled and very excited by the amount of support I, my wife, Kristen, and our three boys, have received since being named head coach. I can’t say thank you enough to the alumni, local businesses and organizations, school staff, and player families who have stepped up and offered support in so many ways. Keep it coming!
By doing the little things right every day, we will take this football program where it deserves to be. With the support of our fans, we will return to the prominence of being a district powerhouse. I will settle for nothing else.
Coach Lyle Messer is entering his 22nd year coaching high school football in the Panhandle of Florida. This is his 1st season at Mosley High School and he is excited to be a part of the Dolphin Family.
Coach Messer has been married to his wife Jennifer Messer for 22 years and they have three children (Levi 19, Lawson 16, Brooklyn 13).
Coach Charmer Moore was born in Panama City, FL in 1985 at Bay Medical Center. He is a 2003 Hall of Fame Graduate of Mosley High School where he participated in football, basketball, and ran track. Coach Moore received a scholarship to Mississippi College. He graduated college in 2008 with a degree in kinesiology (excercise science) and a minor in Psychology. Charmer is still on the top list of receivers at Mississippi College and held the 100 meter track record in Bay County for numerous years.
Coach Moore loves his job teaching 5th graders as Hiland Park Elementary. He has a lovely family of three children (Lily 13, Alijah 12, Nasir 11) and a feisty dog named Lola. His wife Elisa is a Master Sergeant that served for 16 years in the United States Air Force. She does an excellent job of holding the fort down and has also been a nurse for over 10 years.
Coach Seth Davis is a 2009 Graduate of Dale County High School in Midland City, Alabama where he also played football and baseball. In 2011 he joined the United States Army as an Airborne Infantryman. Upon completion of Basic Combat Training and Airborne School his first duty assignment was Vicenza, Italy in the 173rd Airborne Infantry Brigade where he was deployed to Afghanistan in 2012. He currently is an Army Recruiter for the Panama City Recruiting station. He also runs a Team-Building Program for the Army for High Schools and Colleges throughout the Southeast Region of the United States. He is currently enrolled at Columbia Southern University Pursuing a Degree in Organizational Leadership. Coach Davis returned to his alma mater Dale County High School where he coached in 2014. He is currently entering his 2nd year on staff with the Mosley Dolphins.
Coach Davis resides in Panama City with his wife Kristy and their three children Carleigh, Choloe and Jaxon.
Coach Clint McCrory is a 1982 graduate of Mosley High School where he lettered in football and was a key member of the 1981 State Runner-up team. He was a member of the Troy State University 1984 and 1986 National Championship Teams. Coach McCrory brings 36 years of football coaching experience to Mosley and has had success at each of his coaching stops.
87-90 - Troy State
90 - Zion Chapel HS
91-02 - Rutherford HS
02-03 - Highland Home HS
03-04 - Red Level HS
05-20 - Niceville HS
21-Present - Mosley HS
Coach Patrick Miller is a 1982 alumnus of Mosley High School and was a key member of the 1981 Mosley State Runner-up football team. He would go on to have a successful playing career at the University of Florida (1982-85) where he excelled as a starting linebacker and on special teams. Due to his success as a Florida Gator, Coach Miller became a 5th round draft pick by the San Francisco 49ers in the 1985 NFL draft. He would also play 2 years with the San Diego Chargers and 2 years in the CFL with the Ottawa Roughriders. Coach Miller brings to Mosley 15 years of coaching experience on the high school level along with 2 years as a GA with University of Florida.
He has been married for 25 years to his wife Antionette and has three children, Eric, Tavoras and Tatyana, along with 4 grandkids.
Coach Albert Floyd was born in Panama City and raised in Apalachicola, FL. Coach Floyd graduated from Apalachicola High School in 2004. He played football collegiately at Urbana University in Urbana, OH and Chowan University in Murfreesboro, NC. Coach Floyd earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Sciences. He has eight years of teaching experience in Bay District Schools and 12 years of coaching experience with three years as a Defensive Coordinator.
Coach Floyd is entering his 1st year on the Mosley Dolphins' staff.
Coach Jared Wayland Brookman is a Defensive Backs Coach where he returns for a second season at Mosley. Jared has worked 19 years in athletics and begins his 14th year coaching football at several different levels and positions from NCAA Division I, Division2, small, middle, and large high schools. Jared was a walk-on student athlete who later earned an athletic scholarship, during his time at Vest Virginia University Tech (WVU Tech). Jared brings 4 1/2 seasons of playing experience and 10 years coaching defensive back and special teams play. While majoring in Physical Education/Coaching, Jared was honored as a 2-year team captain in college along with making the Dean's List. He holds a double master's. One from West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV in Athletic Coaching Education along with an MBA from Tiffin University (Ohio).
Jared is also involved with new technologies; he studied Blockchain, Business Innovation and Applications recently at MIT. When he's not coaching, he is generally on the beach reading but also writes micro-derivative blockchain options and trades digital currencies and securities.
He and his wife Erica are expecting their first child in December.
Sean is a 2016 graduate of Mosley High School where he started on the offensive line throughout his career in the green and orange. He was then able to walk on and play at Troy University for Head Coach Neal Brown. During his first two years at Troy, his teams won two bowl games and a conference championship.
Sean is excited and grateful for the opportunity to build on Mosley’s bright future.
Coach Chris Harris is entering his 7th season as a coach at Mosley where he has worked as the head coach for Junior Varsity. Chris has also recently taken on the role of head coach of the new Freshman team of 2022 Dolphins.
Originally from central Florida, his family has deep roots in Bay County and he moved permanently to the area in 1995. His coaching experience covers a span of twelve years in football, baseball and soccer at the youth and middle school levels. He met his beautiful wife, Jennifer Atkinson Harris, a graduate of Mosley High School, in 1997. They have three sons, two attending Mosley and one at University Academy.
Chris is the owner of a local small business, Quality Gates and Openers, Inc.
Coach Shaun J. Barnette is entering his 4th season, now serving as the Freshman Running Backs Coach at Mosley High School. Originally from Chase City, Virginia, he moved to Lynn Haven due to military reassignment with the United States Air Force in 2014. Since arriving in Bay County, he has coached youth football with Pop Warner and the Panhandle Youth Football Association before joining the Mosley Junior Varsity staff.
He and his lovely wife Consuelo have a child attending Mosley High.
Coach Anthony Keys is a native of Panama City, FL. He is a graduate of Rutherford High School and has coached both football and baseball for several years in the community.
Coach Keys is the proud owner of RS Services Painting Company. He enjoys spending time with his family, fishing and traveling. Coach Keys loves to encourage local youth and help them build healthy habits on and off the field.
Coach Shawn C. Mallord is entering his 4th season as a coach for the Junior Varsity at Mosley High School. He also works with the Freshman Offensive/Defensive Lines. Born and raised in Panama City, he is a graduate of Mosley and is raising his three children in Bay County with his lovely wife, Jessica. His oldest son and daughter attend Mosley and his youngest daughter is a student at Bay Haven. He has been coaching youth and middle school football for eight years. While earning his MBA, he was the athletics equipment manager for FAU.
Shawn works for a national construction company and feels fortunate to work and live in the community that he grew up in.
Coach Robert Carter is entering his 2nd year as the Junior Varsity Wide Receivers Coach for Mosley High School. He is also now working with the new Freshman team for 2022.
Originally from Miami, Florida Coach Carter graduated from Rutherford High School in 1999.
He is looking forward to this season with the Dolphins.
Doug Moore is the student pastor at Emerald Coast Fellowship in Lynn Haven where he leads the WRECK Student Ministry.
The WRECK ministers to teenagers from almost every middle and high school in Bay County.
Doug is married to Carrie and they have three sons.
Ray Morris is in his 19th year as the certified athletic trainer for Mosley High School.
Morris moved to Panama City from New Orleans 19 years ago. During his career, he has worked at every level of athletic training, including the New Orleans Saints NFL team, United States Olympic Committee, and Division 1 NCAA athletics.
He has a degree in Exercise Physiology from Southeastern Louisiana University and is a nationally certified athletic trainer.
Morris is employed by Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center, who provides all of the athletic trainers to Bay District Schools.