Ken Oxendine

Biography

Position: Running Backs

Chester, Virginia native Ken Oxendine was a Gatorade All-American out of Thomas Dale High School. He lettered in football, wrestling, track and baseball. He was a top nine recruit in the nation coming out of high school.

Oxendine went on to play college football at Virginia Tech under Frank Beamer. He rushed for a total of 2,645 yards which put him 8th on the Hokies all-time rushing list. Before Beamer retired, Oxendine was named to the All-Beamer team. He was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 1998 and was an NFC Champion under Dan Reeves.

After his time in the NFL, Oxendine played for the Los Angeles Xtreme in the XFL. His team won the championship in 2001 in the game that was known as the “Million Dollar Game."

Oxendine transitioned to coaching after his playing days. He was the assistant running back coach in 2003 at Duluth High School. From 2004-2005, he was the wide receivers coach at Georgia Southern University before moving on to NFL Europe as a wide receiver and tight end coach.

Oxendine has been the Director of Student Development at Notre Dame Academy in Duluth, Georgia since 2006.

Playing Career

  • College: Virginia Tech (1994-1998)
  • Atlanta Falcons (1998-1999)
  • Los Angeles Xtreme (2001)

Coaching Career

  • Duluth High School (2003)
  • Georgia Southern University (2004-2005)
  • NFL Europe (2006)
  • Notre Dame Academy (2006-present)

Career Highlights

  • High School Gatorade All-American
  • NFC Champion (1998)
  • Top 10 all-time rushing list (Virginia Tech)

 

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