Trinity Presbyterian School is pleased to announce Granger Shook as the Wildcat’s new Head Football Coach. He was a member of the Trinity Class of 2004 and played on the 2003 football and 2004 soccer state championship teams.
Coach Shook is a former 4-year college football starter with over 10 years of collegiate and high school coaching experience. He has coached under legendary and hall of fame coaches Mike Turk at Huntingdon College and Rush Propst at Colquitt County High School. Granger comes to Trinity from 7A Prattville High School where he has served as the Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator, and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach since 2015. Coach Shook has played an integral part in culture development, program management, and player development at both the collegiate and high school level with proven results.
Trinity Athletic Director Jessica Lassiter says, “We are excited to welcome Coach Shook back home! He demonstrated an exciting vision for Trinity football during the interview process. Coach Shook has an impressive record of program and player development. We are confident in the future of our program under his leadership. He has been associated with winning programs throughout his career and will be an excellent leader for our school.”
Coach Shook added, “My family and I are honored and excited to begin this new chapter as a part of the Trinity family. I'm very grateful for this opportunity and can't wait to get to work. Go Cats!"
The school will host a meet and greet for Coach Shook on March 4th at 9:30 am in the Upper School Media Center Classroom for the Trinity family. He will officially join the Wildcats on March 23rd.