About Coach Sharp
Coach Sharp, spent 3 seasons as the Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach of Kent State University located in Kent Ohio.
Prior to Kent State, Coach Sharp spent the previous five seasons at the University of Arkansas as the Coordinator for Strength and Conditioning for football. While at Arkansas, Sharp helped the Razorback Football Team advance to the Liberty Bowl, the Sugar Bowl, and the Cotton Bowl.
In 2011, after defeating Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl, the Razorbacks finished No. 5 in the final AP poll, the school’s highest ranking since 1977.
Prior to Arkansas, Sharp was a graduate assistant at the University of Louisville where he was hired as a full time assistant from 2007-08. Sharp helped the Cardinals advance to their first BCS game as they became Orange Bowl champions.
Sharp received his B.S. in sports administration from the University of Louisville in 2005. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He also holds Sports Performance Coach Certification through U.S.A. Weight Lifting (USAW).
Sharp played wide receiver with the University of Florida Gators(2001-03) before transferring to Louisville where he played defensive back from 2003-05. He was a member of teams advancing the Orange Bowl, Outback Bowl, Liberty Bowl and Gator Bowl. Sharp is a Jacksonville, Fla. native where he graduated from The Bolles School in 2001.
Coach Sharp has relocated his family back to Florida and is now dedicating his life to helping in all aspects of sports performance training, strength, conditioning and personal training.