Edmond, 42, was previously the associate director of athletics and director of performance enhancement at Arizona. He was hired by the Wildcats in 2004, and he was promoted to director of performance enhancement in early 2005, serving as the football program's chief strength and conditioning coach. He also worked with the UA men's and women's basketball teams, among others, during his tenure. He was named as associate AD in 2010.
Prior to being hired at Arizona he was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Oklahoma. He accepted the position at Oklahoma in 1999 after serving as the head strength and conditioning coach at Tennessee-Chattanooga from 1995-1999. He had been an assistant football coach with UTC, coaching defensive ends and linebackers from 1993 to 1995.
Edmond, who grew up in Sussex, Virginia and played high school ball at Sussex High School, earned his degree from NC State in 1993 after spending two seasons in the NFL with the Houston Oilers.
He played football at NC State under Dick Sheridan lining up for the Wolfpack from 1987-1990.
According to sources, Edmond will have complete control of the football team's strength and conditioning program and will be able to hire his own staff.
Pack Pride hopes to have more on Edmond in the near future so stay tuned!