Oklahoma Panhandle State University
Lucas Peters, Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks/Running Backs Coach
In his time at Cisco College, Peters was a part of two top-10 nationally ranked offenses and directly coached two All-Americans. Both of the offenses he was part of ranked near the top in Cisco College history. As the special teams coordinator, his kickoff return, punt return, and punt units were among the nation's best. Peters started his coaching career at East Central University in Ada, Okla. where he coached quarterbacks. He played QB at ECU and won the Lone Star Conference North Division MVP, leading one of the nation's most potent offenses while setting school records for passing yards, pass completions and passing touchdowns. In his second year of coaching at ECU, Peters was also asked to step up and preform double duty as the team's quarterback during a portion of the '09 season. He was the first person to act as player and coach in NCAA's history. Peters began his playing career at Cisco College where he helped the Wranglers win their first Southwest Junior College Football Conference Championship as well as the first bowl victory in school history. After graduating from Cisco, Peters continued his playing career at Texas State University where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Exercise and Sports Science. He continued his football career and education at East Central University while earning his Master's in Sports Administration. Coach Gaskamp on Coach Peters: "Coach Peters was the first hire I made on staff. I felt it was extremely important to hire a young, energetic coach to work with the offensive skill players, and his track record as a player and the beginning stages of his career prove he has what it takes. It gives him instant credibility with the guys. This is a great opportunity for him to now step into the offensive coordinator's role and start to establish himself in this profession. I look forward to working with Lucas for many years to come. Coach Peters will recruit the state of Oklahoma, San Antonio, and the Texas and Arizona Junior Colleges."
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