2017-18 Football
1 Wes Jordan WR
2 Nick Jones QB
3 Darius Clark RB
4 Will Elm OLB
5 Bobby Irby WR
6 Greg Ruff QB
7 Sean Smith TE
8 Joe Blue ILB
9 Keinan Lewis WR
10 Taylor Jackson QB
11 Tovaris Cureton WR
12 Mac McCurry ILB
13 Markell Castle WR
14 Manny McCord WR
15 J.T. Waters WR
16 Baptiste Staggers TE
17 Jawanza Adams DB
18 Tony Gaston DB
19 Tylik Johnson WR
20 Darryl Foster ILB
21 Tevin Williams OLB
22 Catriez Cook RB
23 LaQuan White DB
24 Rameak Smith OLB
25 David Vereen DB
26 Chance Walker RB
27 Anfernee Moffett ILB
28 Kareem Auguste DB
29 Dv'nn Cooks WR
30 Rondreas Truesdale DB
31 Marcus Moody ILB
32 Austin Barnes RB
33 Kardeem Hines DB
34 Isaiah Appling DB
35 Alex "Dubie" Dubose ILB
36 Nick Truesdale DB
37 Malik Whitfield DB
38 Javhanee Neal DB
39 Boo Williams OLB
40 Cole Eison OLB
41 Baylen English DB
42 Najee Bowens RB
43 Desmond Beasley-Jones OLB
44 Stan Davis DL
45 Chase Austin ILB
46 Hampton Smith DB
47 Troy Cunningham OLB
48 Nick Yearwood OLB
49 Dreke Ellis ILB
50 Will Holbrook ILB
51 Keiron Murphy OL
52 Dakota Mozingo OL
53 Travis Christmas DL
54 Peyton Hite OLB
55 Keito Jordon DL
56 Christian Tejada OL
57 Kinard Lisbon DL
58 Marcus Chestnut ILB
59 Andrew Sprouse DL
60 Travis Morgan LS
61 Trevin Mingo-Watts OL
62 Daryus Gillespie DL
63 Dylan Richey OL
64 Cody Wadford OL
65 Luc Greene DL
66 Josh Spigner DL
67 Tevin Thomas OL
68 Dylan Beauchamp OL
69 Shea Rodgers K
70 Tyler Anderson OL
71 Chris Morales OL
72 Austin Turner OL
73 William Bedenbaugh OL
75 Austin Anderson OL
76 Tiquan Lyles DL
77 Sam Hall OL
78 Tim Caldwell OL
79 Wade Rouse OL
80 Elijah Jackson RB
81 Brentley Allen WR
82 Austin Gordon TE
83 Perry Able LS
84 DJ Wilson TE
85 Rashard Alston TE
86 Kevin Weber P/K
87 Dalton Brown WR
88 Michael Aimone WR
89 Wyatt Craig TE
90 Ty'Ran Dixon DL
91 Tyrone Kelly DE
92 Tanner Adair DL
93 Josh Parker DE
94 Fabian Jefferson DL
95 Antwan Martin DL
96 Terrell Owens DL
97 Devin Dexter DL
98 Tyler Lindsay DL
99 Jamarcus Henderson DL
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Todd Varn

Todd Varn

POSITION Off. Coordinator / QB
ALMA MATER N.C. State, '92

Todd Varn was hired as Newberry’s Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach in February of 2018.

Varn will be working alongside Knight for the third time in his career and will be in his third stint on the Setzler Field sidelines. Varn was Newberry’s Associate Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator for the 2007-2009 seasons, which included Newberry’s South Atlantic Conference title in 2008. He also spent the 1995 season as Newberry’s running backs coach and mentored the linebackers in 1996.

"I'm thrilled to welcome Coach Varn back into the Newberry Family," Knight remarked. "As good of a coach as he is, he's an even better man, and that's why I keep asking him to work with me again and again."

"I'm really thankful to be back in Newberry and working with Coach Knight again," Varn added. "I can't wait to get started and to see what we're able to accomplish as a team."

Varn spent the past eight seasons as the Offensive Coordinator at nearby Presbyterian College, including the last six as an Associate Head Coach. Under his tutelage, freshman running back Torrance Marable led the Big South Conference in 2017 with 1,038 rushing yards and was named to the all-Big South first team, while wide receiver DaShawn Davis earned a second-team nod.

Varn has worked with Knight on two previous occasions, spending three seasons as Charleston Southern’s Offensive Coordinator while Knight coached the Buccaneers’ defense along with his previous tenure at Newberry's Offensive Coordinator, which saw him coach five first team all-SAC selections and an Academic All-American on the offensive side of the ball.

He also had an additional two-year stint as Presbyterian’s Offensive Coordinator, spent two seasons as the Offensive Coordinator at Western Carolina and a third as Running Backs Coach, two seasons on the VMI staff coaching the defense and special teams, and two seasons on staff at Laurence Manning Academy.

The West Columbia native graduated from NC State in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. He spent a season as a Student Assistant with the Wolfpack under Dick Sheridan after concluding a four-year playing career as a running back. Varn averaged 3.5 yards on 196 carries in his career and scored five times on the ground. A receiving threat out of the backfield, Varn also caught 83 passes for 896 yards and six touchdowns during his playing days.

Varn was also a Shrine Bowl selection from Airport High School and was in the school's first Hall of Fame class in 2004.