Kevin Patterson
Kevin  Patterson

Kingsland, Ga.

Graduate Assistant, Defense

Alma Mater:
Wake Forest, 2009


Postgame Notes: Florida State 52, Wake Forest 0

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


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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