Hudson Fuller (Head Coach)

Coach Fuller is entering his first year as the head football coach at West Feliciana High School. He is a Baton Rouge native and attended Millsaps College, where he played football and earned a degree in Business Administration. He also received his Masters in Liberal Arts from TCU. Fuller started his coaching career at Millsaps College, spending three years as a student assistant and wide receivers coach. He then spent two years as a graduate assistant working with the offense at TCU. Following TCU Fuller spent one season at LSU, serving as an analyst on offense. He then returned to TCU for two seasons as an analyst on offense. Fuller most recently spent three seasons as the offensive coordinator at Catholic High (BR). During his three seasons at Catholic, Fuller’s offense broke numerous school records. In all three seasons, the Bears reached the state championship, winning the state title in 2017. Coach Fuller and his wife Carley have one son, Murphy.

Devin Ducote (Defensive Coordinator)

Ducote has been coaching for 8 seasons. 2 at SFA. 2 at LSU. 3 at Auburn and 1 at Kansas. Ducote began his coaching career at his alma mater Stephen F. Austin serving as defensive backs coach from 2012-13. From 2014-15, he was a member of the LSU staff as a graduate assistant, where he worked with Auburn defensive coordinator Kevin Steele and Bradley Dale Peveto. After LSU, he served as a Defensive Analyst at Auburn under Kevin Steele. He joined Coach Miles at Kansas as Sr. Special Teams Consultant for 2019. Ducote was a three-time All-Southland Conference selection at linebacker during his playing career at SFA from 2007-10. He helped the Lumberjacks to Southland Conference titles in both 2009 and 2010. His career total of 414 tackles ranked second in school history. A product of Baton Rouge, La., Ducote received his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Stephen F. Austin in May 2011 and a master’s degree in kinesiology in August 2015.

Chance Hester (Special Teams Coordinator / Tight Ends Coach)

Coach Hester is a Shreveport native and attended East Texas Baptist University where he played football and went on to earn a degree in History from ULM. Hester started his coaching career at his alma mater Calvary Baptist Academy, where he was a member of two state championship coaching staff. He continued his career at St. Michael High school and most recently worked as a History teacher and the offensive line coach and special teams coordinator at St. John High School. Coach Hester is married to his wife Caitlin, who serves as the head volleyball coach at St. John High School.

Paul Sirchia (Director of Football Operations / Receivers)

Coach Paul Sirchia is a native of Baton Rouge, but a long time resident of St. Francisville. He attended and earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from Southeastern Louisiana University. Coach Paul has been a Physical Education Teacher for over 29 years, with over 21 years in West Feliciana at Bains Elementary. Coach Paul works with Receivers on the high school football team, coaches middle school boys basketball and middle school baseball teams. Coach Paul and his wife, Robbie, have two daughters, Kelsey and Katie.

Preston King (Wide Receivers Coach)

Coach Preston King is a Native of Saint Francisville, Louisiana. King is a West Feliciana High School Graduate class of 1998 and he played college football at Grambling State University. King earned his college degree from Ashford University in Sports and Recreation Management and King also earned his master's degree from Ashford University in Special Education. King started his coaching career at West Feliciana High School and he has 15 years of coaching experience. King is also the Receivers coach at WFHS, WFMS Boys Basketball coach, WFHS Boys track and field coach and he also teaches Play 30 at Bains Elementary. Coach King and his wife Deon have three kids, Tyler, Kyra, and Christian.

Kyle Tutor (Offensive Line Coach)

Coach Tutor played high school football at Franklin County High School in Meadville, Ms, where he was named to the 3A all-state team at guard. Coach Tutor earned a scholarship after high school at Copiah Lincoln Community College and was a two-year starter at center. After that, he transferred to Southeastern Louisiana University and continued his playing career at center. After a year, Coach Tutor transferred again to Southwest Baptist University and continued to play center. He earned a degree in Psychology and became a student coach assisting with the offensive line. After a year, he moved to Sacred Heart of Ville Platte in Ville Platte, La. Coach spend two years there then took a job at Crowley High School in Crowley, Louisiana and was there for five years. Also during that time, he earned his Masters Degree in Education from Louisiana College. Coach Tutor is entering his third season teaching and coaching at West Feliciana.

Dayne Denham (Linebackers / Kickers Coach)

Coach Denham was born and raised in St. Francisville, where he attended West Feliciana High School. He graduated from Louisiana State University and earned a degree in Mathematics. He teaches Geometry and Business Math at the high school. He is also the Boys Soccer Team's Head Coach as well as an Assistant Coach for the Football Team. Coach Denham and his wife, Jenna, are newlyweds.

Jereal Scott (Defensive Line Coach)

Coach Scott is a Houston, TX native. He attended Stephen F. Austin State University where he played basketball for four years. He graduated from SFA with a degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Business. He also played professional basketball in Germany, Argentina, Columbia, and China. Coach Scott and his wife Arika have one daughter, Jade.

Terry Minor (Defensive Line Coach)

Coach Minor played football at Zachary High School and attended Louisiana State University after graduating. While at LSU, he began his coaching career at The Dunham School of Baton Rouge where he coached the Offensive Line from 2015-2018. During his time at The Dunham School, the program posted a record of 25-5 and earned back to back district titles for the first time in 20 years. Coach Minor graduated from LSU in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and minors in Political Science and Business.