Coach Ryan Evans
Coach Ryan Evans will enter into his first year as the Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Line, for the Eagles. Before coming to Walnut Hills, Evans was the Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Line, at both Middletown and Princeton High Schools where he led the Vikings to a playoff berth for the first time in 10 Years. He was also part of the 2009 Winton Woods High School football staff and won the Division II state title that year. Additionally, Coach Evans spent time at Central State University where he was a Defensive Lineman Assistant under the late great Al West.
Evans holds a bachelor's degree in Organizational Leadership from Central State University and a masters degree from Arkansas State University in Sports Administration. A Cincinnati native and graduate of Winton Woods High School, Coach Evans has continued his Cincinnati ties coaching football locally for the past 17 years.
Evans and his wife Lisa reside in West Chester, Ohio with their three children, Braylen (12), Kailli (10) and RJ (9) and Dog Kane.