Bryson Rosser introduced as new head football coach at Central high school

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The Central Bobcats football team got to meet their new head coach, Bryson Rosser on Monday.

Rosser is a native of New Jersey but has ties to East Tennessee programs as well. Coach Rosser was the Offensive Coordinator at both Oak Ridge High School and Hillsboro High School in Nashville serving under the tutelage of Coach Scott Blade at both locations.

Bryson’s tenure at Hillsboro culminated with a 4A State Championship victory over Maryville. As a player, Bryson was a member of 2 New Jersey State Championship teams and was a 4-year starter at Tennessee State University. Central High School will adopt a power running game combined with an up-tempo spread offense that has proven to be very successful at all 3 programs.


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