• DSC_0110  Mike O’Neill: Mike has been the head coach of the Varsity Collierville Dragons since 2012. From 2010–2011 Coach O’Neill served as the defensive coordinator and head strength coach. He also teaches Business Education at Collierville High. Coach O’Neill began coaching at the age of 18 working with the Germantown Middle School team for eight years. Prior to joining the CHS staff, Mike coached for nine years at Christian Brothers High School serving as defensive coordinator for six years. In 2005, CBHS was the State Championship Runner-Up. Before making a career change into education in 2000, Mike worked in the business world in sales and marketing. Mike is a graduate of Germantown High School where he lettered in Football and Baseball. As a student he won two state championships: he was a starting safety for the 1983 football team and catcher for the 1981 baseball team. Coach O’Neill was inducted into the Germantown Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997. He went on to play baseball for Memphis State University.

    DSC_0114  Tommy Miller: Tommy serves as the  Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach for the Dragons. Coach Miller spent 3 years as the Head Coach at Bolton High School before joining the Dragons staff. During his time at Bolton, Coach Miller was named 2012 District 14AAA Coach of the Year, as well as the Shelby Metro Sports Talk Radio “Tommy Harrison” Coach of the Year. Prior to being named Head Coach he served as the Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach for 6 years, having three Quarterbacks earn All Region honors under his tutelage. Before beginning his coaching career Tommy Miller played Arena Football for the Lubbock Lonestars in 2004 and the Tupelo Fire Ants in 2005. While with the Lonestars Coach Miller lead the leagues highest scoring offense scoring over 70 points per game. While with the Fire Ants Tommy Miller lead the United Indoor Football Association in Total Offense. Prior to playing professional football Coach Miller played collegiate football at Arkansas State University from 1998-2002 where he was a two-year starter at Quarterback.  He graduated high school from Mountain Home High School in Mountain Home Arkansas. While in high school, Coach Miller played Football, Basketball and Baseball. During his career at Mountain Home he earned All-State and All-Conference honors in Football, and set the Schools single season passing record. He also won a State Championship in Baseball in his junior season. Tommy Miller is married to his wife Casie Miller, of Germantown, TN. Casie played Basketball at ASU, as well as for the Chicago Blaze of the NWBL and a year overseas in Iceland. Together they have four children: Taylor, Jenna, Trenton, and Brock.

    DSC_0119  Mike Bradley: Coach Bradley is entering his 31st year of coaching. He has coached both on the High School as well as the collegiate levels. He played both offensive line and Long Snapper at Delta State University, where he served as team Captain in 1983 along with being named to both the All-Gulf South Conference, and Academic All- Gulf South Conference teams. Coach Bradley has coached either the Offensive or Defensive lines as well as the Long Snappers here at CHS since the 1994 season. He is also the Head Softball Coach here at Collierville High School. He has a son Hunter Bradley that plays Football at Mississippi State University.


    DSC_0117  Tom Graham: Coach Graham is entering his 11th year at Collierville High School where he teaches Honors and Standard Chemistry. He served as the head wrestling coach for the 9 years and coached the freshman football team for 4 years before moving up to coach linebackers. He earned a BS in Chemistry and History at Crichton College, a MAEd at Union University, and his EdS at Liberty University. He is a graduate of Collierville High School where he participated on the wrestling team and coached the youth program while completing his undergraduate degrees.

    test shot  Mitch Davis: Coach Davis is married and has two sons.  He has coached in Memphis City Schools and Shelby County Schools for 33 years and served 18 years as a head coach.  Coach Davis works with the Defensive Backs for the Dragons.

    DSC_0118  Steve Reeder: Coach Reeder is in his third year of teaching and coaching at Collierville High School. After a year of coaching Offensive and Defensive Line on the freshman level, he is now responsible for the Offensive Line for the Varsity. This is his 15th year overall, with stops at Cordova High School (6) and Germantown High School (6) previously. He just celebrated his 19th anniversary to his wife Kimberly Reeder and has one daughter, Chloe Reeder (12) who is a middle school Dragon. He teaches US Government and AP Psychology at school.

    DSC_0116  Ben Pelliteri is working with the CHS Varsity Running Backs.  This will be his second year coaching on the varsity level.  Ben is also a graduate of Collierville HIgh School.

    DSC_0113  Nick Marchy: Coach Marchy is in his 3rd year teaching Physical Education at Collierville Middle School and his 2nd year on the Varsity Staff coaching Wide Receivers and Tight Ends for the Dragons.   This is his 17th overall year as a Coach. He was the Head Coach at Patterson High School in California for 4 years and the Offensive Coordinator for 6 years.  In 2013 Coach Marchy was named WAC Coach of the Year.  He also spent 5 years Coaching at Ceres High School in California.  Coach Marchy has coached Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Tight Ends, and Defensive Backs over his 17 years of Coaching

    DSC_0112  Henry Pilcher

    DSC_0120  Jared Vowell: Jared is a BOC certified and Tennessee Licensed Athletic Trainer since 2009. He has been with the Collierville Dragons since 2014. He is employed by Ortho One Sports Medicine in Collierville. Jared studied Athletic Training at the University of Tennessee at Martin, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Human Performance in 2008. During his career he has spent time providing athletic training services to high schools and providing rehabilitation services in physical therapy clinics. He currently also serves on the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society’s Young Professionals Committee.




  • #NameClassPositionHeightWeight
    3Justin StoneworkJRWR5'5"155
    4Kayvon AndersonJRWR6'2" 185
    5Adrian AndersonSRDB5'9"175
    6Keyveon AndersonSRDB6'2" 175
    7Marcus BersozaSRWR5'9"170
    8Sam CardenasFRK
    9Corey FitzpatrickSRWR5'11" 150
    10Kobe PerkinsJRDB5'9"170
    11Datrion HolpeSRLB5'11" 185
    12Matt ConnorsSRQB6'4" 190
    14Ben OlsenJRWR5'9"160
    16Mitch AustinSOQB5'8"180
    17Cade CuppJRLB5'11" 180
    18Jordan WrightJRDB5'10"150
    19Tristan WigginsSRDB5'10"150
    21Carson ReesSRDL6'2" 205
    22Auggie BurkeSRRB5'9"190
    23Jonathan KierenSORB5'8"155
    24Keron JeffriesSO
    25Cole JohnsonSRRB5'9"165
    26Caleb HarrisJRRB5'5"150
    27Emilio SalazarSRWR5'9"160
    29Peyton MurphyJRRB5'8"150
    30Westley PriceJRRB5'3"130
    31Virgil PryorSRDB5'7"155
    32Wyatt RainesSRLB5'9"200
    33Victor GloverJRDB5'6"155
    34LaDarin BrownSORB5'2"145
    35Justin WilsonSRDL6'0"190
    36Jay ColeSOWR5'10"155
    37Neil ThomasSRDB5'8"140
    38Shamar LewisSRLB5'8"185
    40Christian SammonsJRLB5'9"170
    41Dylan TateJRLB5'5"160
    43Eric HeilmanJRDL5'11" 210
    44Will BuchanonJRLB5'10"190
    45Vedaant PatelSODB5'9"155
    46Joris RayJRDB5'6"135
    47Hyden CraigSODB5'8"140
    49Jordan HendersonJRWR6'0"175
    50McKinley FarrisSRLB5'10"195
    51Nathan BradfordSOLB5'10"145
    52Evan ChatloshSRDL5'11" 200
    53Eli ConderJRLB5'8"175
    54Davis JaquesSOLB5'9"180
    55Michale GildartJROL5'10"200
    57Joshua PasleySOLB5'6"160
    58Harrison LesterJRDL5'6"220
    62Spencer ScardinoSRDL5'5"190
    63Tanner MayfieldSROL5'7"235
    67Zach AlchiemanSOOL6'1"210
    68Peyton FrancisSROL5'11" 285
    69Gavin RawieSRLB5'10"195
    70Kendaris MaloneJROL5'11" 240
    71Xavier GladneySOOL5'10"285
    72Austin KelleySROL5'10"270
    74Ethan DePriestSOOL5'9"220
    76Colton BurressSOOL5'7"260
    79Connor FlippoSOOL6'0"190
    80Brandon LovelaceJRDB5'4"130
    81Sawyer NormentJRWR6'2" 180
    82Thomas NormanSRDB5'10"170
    83Caleb MyersSOK5'10"155
    84Andrew HanlinSODB5'8"145
    85Langston AndrewsSODB5'7"140
    86Zach JacksonJRWR6'2" 190
    87CJ BarnesJRLB6'3"190
    88Graham LindseyJRDB5'11" 145
    90Tyler MimesJRDL5'7"260
    91Jared DawsonSODL5'11" 210
    92John BrownJRLB5'9"190
    93Dawson BasshamSRDB5'8"150
    95Anu DokunJRDL6'1"160
    97Juan JuarezJRK5'4"175
    99Max CarmonSRK6'0"200
    Principal:Chip Blanchard
    Jeff Curtis
    Coaches:Mike O'NeillHC/DC
    Tommy MillerOC/QB
    Mike BradleyDL
    Tom GrahamLB
    Mitch DavisDB
    Steve ReederOL
    Nick MarchyWR
    Ben PellitteriRB
    Henry PilcherDB
    Trainer:Jared VowellOrthoOne


  • Your son may periodically come home after practice or a game complaining of aches or pains. This is normal as the level of competition increases throughout his development in the athletic program. The district has partnered with Ortho One Sports Medicine to provide an Athletic Trainer, a licensed health care provider, who is trained to manage and treat injuries that occur during athletic practices and competitions. If you have any questions about the health of your son please contact the Athletic Trainer at

    Here are some basic tips to keep in mind when your son may complain of an ache or pain:

    1. Never apply heat to a recent injury. Always apply ice for 15-20 minutes to help reduce swelling and pain.
    2. Bumps and bruises are normal and should be treated with the RICE method. This stands for Rest (get off of the injured limb), Ice (apply ice 3-4 times a day for 15-20 minutes), Compression (apply an elastic wrap snugly to reduce swelling), and Elevation (rest the limb even or above the level of the heart).
    3. It is required that students see the Athletic Trainer or Coach before going to a doctor for any injury that occurs during practice or competition.
    4. Anyone who does go to the doctor must have a Physician release to return to play. No exceptions.
    5. The Athletic Trainer has contact with several local M.D.’s and orthopedic specialists. The Athletic Trainer can help schedule appointments with them to speed the diagnosis of any injury.
    6. Infections, such as “Staph”, can be prevented. Please keep all wounds clean and covered during activity. Wash practice clothes daily and don’t allow your child to share towels, soap or personal items with others.
    7. If your son has any allergies or conditions such as asthma that may require an epi-pen or inhaler, please put one in a Ziploc bag with you sons name on it for us to keep at practices and games in case of emergency.

    Again, please don’t hesitate to contact me with any problems or concerns. I look forward to see you out at the games!

    Thank you,
    Jared Vowell LAT, ATC


  • Trey Erwin was a sophomore Wide Receiver for the Dragons and was diagnosed on March 6th, 2012 with stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. On July 5th, 2012, Trey lost his hard fought battle with cancer displaying the strength and courage of any adult.

    The Trey Erwin Award is given every year to a player chosen by his teammates that best represents the character and determination of Trey.

    2015 Trey Erwin Award Recipient Chris Parrino

    2014 Trey Erwin Award Recipient Drew Van de Vuurst.


    2013 Trey Erwin Award Recipient Corbin Peeper


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