Kevin Patterson
Kevin  Patterson

Hometown:
Kingsland, Ga.

Position:
Graduate Assistant, Defense

Alma Mater:
Wake Forest, 2009

09/15/2012

Postgame Notes: Florida State 52, Wake Forest 0

Notes from the Seminoles' win over the Demon Deacons in Tallahassee

08/20/2012

ACC Champs Return as Coaches

Swank, McManus, Patterson and Lowe joined the Wake Forest football staff as graduate assistants

Patterson's Collegiate Bio

Kevin Patterson, a former Wake Forest safety, is in his third season on the Wake Forest staff in 2013 as a defensive graduate assistant.

Patterson was a four-year letterwinner for the Deacs from 2005-08. He played in a total of 47 games and recorded seven interceptions, including four during his senior season. Patterson finished his career with 174 tackles while his 54 stops in 2008 were fourth-best on the team.

As a vital part of the secondary, Patterson played in all 14 games of Wake Forest's ACC Championship season in 2006, including making a season-high five tackles in the Orange Bowl against Louisville. Patterson returned one of his two interceptions that season for a 48-yard touchdown in the Deacons' 30-0 victory at Florida State.

The Kingsland, Ga., native graduated from Wake Forest in 2009 with a degree in sociology. Following graduation, he played for the Amarillo Venom of the Indoor Football League in 2009, before returning to his hometown of Kingsland, Ga. as a substitute teacher. He then worked for Big Brothers Big Sisters in Winston-Salem.

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