Delphfrine Lee-Collins named John Ehret interim head football coach
John Ehret High School has named Delphfrine Lee-Collins its interim head varsity football coach.
Lee-Collins is a native of New Orleans. He began his coaching career as an assistant coach for McNeese State University in 2004. During his time as a defensive backs coach for his alma mater, he helped develop two All-Conference defensive backs. Lee-Collins spent five years with St. Augustine High, where he served as defensive backs coach, defensive coordinator, assistant head coach, and associate athletics director. He’s also been co-defensive coordinator at Landry Walker High and John Ehret High. He was head coach of Sophie B. Wright Charter in 2015. Last season, he was an assistant coach for John Ehret High.
Lee-Collins was a cornerback for McNeese State from 1994-998. His professional playing career includes stops with the New York Jets and the Toronto Phantoms of the Arena Football League.
As head football coach, Lee is responsible for the development, organization, and implementation of the entire football program. Lee is also responsible for providing leadership to football personnel and student athletes. Lee-Collins said his message is very simple.
“There are no substitutes for discipline or humility,” said Lee-Collins. “There are no substitutes for success.”
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