Terry Dailey is a 1967 graduate of Banks High School and a 1975 graduate of Jacksonville State University. Through the years, living in Moody, Dailey was a Little League Baseball Coach and Little League Umpire. He also took sports photos for the St. Clair Times from 2000-06. He always had a love for motorcycle racing, and after he turned 60, he raced Motocross with the American Historical Racing Motorcycle Association winning consecutive national titles in 2011 and 2012. In addition, he won a National Championship in a second class of competition, giving him two titles in 2012.
John Grass is a 1986 graduate of Ashville High School and a 1990 graduate of Jacksonville State University. He returned to Ashville to start his head coaching career in 1995. Grass has been head coach at Ashville, Albertville, Moody, Spain Park, and Oxford. His overall record as a high school football coach is 123-60. Currently, Grass is in his third year as head football coach at JSU, and has an overall record of 20-4 in the two years he has been head coach. In 2016 they were ranked number one in the FCS rankings, losing in the National Championship.
David Gulledge is a 1987 graduate of Pell City where he lettered in football, basketball and baseball. He was named to the All-State Team in football and helped the Panthers to a 30-6 record in three years. Gulledge signed with Jacksonville State University, and helped the Gamecocks win the 1989 NCAA Division II national championship. He was named the GSC Player of the Year and was a finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy, the NCAA Division II Player of the Year. In 2007, Gulledge was named to the JSU All-Centennial Team and was inducted into the JSU Hall of Fame. He was drafted by the NFL’s Washington Redskins in 1991, and played in a Super Bowl with them. He also played with the Buffalo Bills and the Birmingham Barracudas.
Scott Lesley graduated from Springville High School in 1984. While at Springville, Lesley played football, basketball and baseball. He graduated from Jacksonville State University in 1988 and played defensive lineman for the Gamecocks. His coaching career started at Alexandria where he coached football, baseball and basketball. He then was defensive coordinator at Daleville High School from 1990-93 and head baseball coach; head football coach at Brantley in 1994; offensive coordinator at Dothan High School from 1995-98; head football coach at Mary G. Montgomery from 1999-2009; and offensive coordinator at McGill Toolen from 2010-12. He is currently the offensive coordinator at Ocean Springs High School.
Kin Logan graduated from Jacksonville High School in 1960, and from Jacksonville State University in 1966. He played football for Jacksonville High and made All-Calhoun County as a linebacker and center in 1958 and 1959. After graduating from JSU, Logan became an assistant football and assistant basketball coach at Ohatchee High School from 1968-76. The Indians made the state football playoffs five years. For the next two years, Logan was an assistant football and basketball coach at Piedmont High School. In 1979, he was hired as principal at Ashville High School, a position he held through 1993.