Professional American football coach Pierre Ingram is a former division I football player who coached for six years in Tokyo, Japan, before bringing his coaching talents to the United States. He has been coaching professionally for more than a decade, and he is proud of his accomplishments within the sport as a player, coach, and recruiter.
Pierre Ingram graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2006, where he played on the football team and was a four-year letter winner as a wide receiver. In his senior year, Ingram was awarded the Most Dependable Receiver Award. He was a solid member of the team and started in a variety of games in his four years at the university.
Back in 2012, Pierre Ingram made it to the Final 4 in a Running Back Coach of the Year Award and also coached 2012 Capital One Academic All-American First Team Member Ray Holley. In the same year, he was deemed Recruiter of the Year for the Western Athletic Conference by ESPN. Ingram has a passion for recruiting and understands what to look for when finding talent that has the potential to become great.
According to Rivals.com, Pierre Ingram was a Top 10 Pac-12 recruiter in 2014, and by 2016 he successfully recruited the 2016 #1 NFL Draft Pick Jared Goff to the Los Angeles Rams. Ingram is proud of this accomplishment and is always looking for new opportunities to recruit top football players who are passionate about the game.
During his career as a professional football coach, Pierre Ingram has coached 15 NFL players, 2 All-Americans, and 8 All-Conference players. He now coaches for the Fujitsu Frontiers Pro American Football team, where he is the offensive coordinator. His extensive coaching experience has helped Ingram understand what to look for when it comes to recruiting players for his team. Ingram takes a careful look at potential candidates and is always ready to check out new talent that has been identified to him.
In his early coaching career, Pierre Ingram coached for Louisiana Tech and was the head coach for the Bulldogs in 2010-12. During that time, his team had a record of 9-3. His team was top in the nation for scoring and averaged 51.5 points each game. His offensive coaching skills are a big part of what makes Ingram successful as a football coach.
In 2013-2014, Pierre Ingram was previously the running backs coach for the California Golden bears, and in the following year, he became the pass game coordinator while also coaching the wide receivers. He was also named the running game coordinator in 2014 and took care of recruiting in 2014 and the spring of 2015.