Jeff Sims became the 21st Head Football Coach at Garden City Community College on November 20th, 2014. Sims Comes to Garden City from Indiana University where he served as Senior Director of Player Personnel (2010,2014). Sims had a two year stint at Florida Atlantic University serving as Associate Head Coach,Recruting Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach (2012,2013).
Developed a Player Personnel Division at Indiana University from inception to 30 member department. The department has evaluated and recruited the Top 2 recruiting classes in university history. In 2014, on pace to have the Top Class in university history. This has led to a record setting offense, the first victory verse a Ranked Opponent on the Road in 17 years, which also was the Big Ten first victory on the road verse a Ranked SEC opponent, ever.
Founder of the Citizen's Bank Bowl, Host of 2009 & 2010 NJCAA Football National Championship Games
Bowl Eligibility in 2 Seasons from what was the #120th Ranked Program in FBS Football, Florida Atlantic University
Honored as the KJCCC Coach of the Year (2009)Holds a 45-19 overall record as a head coach including 4 playoff appearances, 4 bowl bids, a National Championship appearance, #1 National Ranking to end the 2009 season
At Fort Scott CC, inherited a program that won a total of eleven games in five seasons, yet proceeded to lead the program to a 32-11 record in four seasons as head coach
Developed 19 players that have played in the NFL including Jason Pierre-Paul and Lavonte David
Led the Fort Scott program to a 9-2 season in 2008 and its first undefeated Jayhawk Conference championship since 1973
Developed 57 All-Conference players, 11 All-Americans, and one NJCAA National Offensive Player of the Year in 4 seasons
At Fort Scott, 111 players continued their education at a four-year university including 51 student-athletes that moved on to a D-IA program
As the head coach at Mesabi Range CC, led the program to a 13-7 overall record, including a 10-1 season in 2003, finishing No. 14 in the NJCAA rankings and No. 2 among non-scholarship colleges
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