Nick Bobeck Football Camps
Offensive Coaching Staff
Assistant Football Coach/H-Backs and Special Teams
Tyler Holland returns to Central Oklahoma in 2017. The former Broncho defensive back and assistant coach is back for another stint at Central, and will coach H-Backs and Special Teams this season.
Holland comes to UCO from Azle, Texas, where he coached the Azle High School Hornets defensive backs and special teams in 2016.
Prior to his time in Texas, Holland served as the Bronchos assistant coach from 2014-2016, leading the defensive backs. He was also a defensive graduate assistant at Central from 2012-2014 before his promotion.
Holland got his start in coaching in 2010, coaching the Norman High defensive backs for two years before coming to UCO.
Holland played safety at UCO in the early 2000s. He earned both of this degrees from the University of Central Oklahoma, getting his bachelor’s degree in History and his Masters of Education in the same subject. Holland played wide receiver and safety at Norman High before that.
Assistant Football Coach/Quarterbacks
Christian Hood continues his progression up the ranks at the University of Central Oklahoma as he moves from graduate assistant to full-time assistant coach. The UCO football record-holder will coach quarterbacks in 2017 after working with wide receivers for two seasons as a graduate assistant coach.
Hood has helped direct a potent UCO offense that has accounted for numerous offensive records over the past three seasons. The top two spots in Central history for most individual offensive yards have come while Hood has been working with the Broncho offense. All of this following his own record-setting career as a player.
Christian was a four-year starter for the Bronchos, finishing his career as the school's all-time leader in receptions with 185 while ranking third in career yardage with 2,077.
Hood had an immediate impact at UCO as a true freshman in 2011 when he led the team in catches (54) and was second in yards (530). He was an honorable mention All-MIAA pick in 2012 after topping the Bronchos in receptions (47) and yards (573). Hood had 37 catches for 483 yards in 2013 and then grabbed 47 passes for 491 yards as a senior in again earning honorable mention All-MIAA honors. He caught at least one pass in 42 of 43 career games.
An All-State pick at Tulsa Union High School who caught the game-winning touchdown pass in the Class 6A state finals as a senior, Christian received his bachelor's degree in political science in the spring of 2015 and his master’s degree in Adult Education in the spring of 2017. Christian is married (Alexis).
Assistant Football Coach/Wide Receivers
Jarrail Jackson returns to Central Oklahoma in 2017 to coach the wide receivers under Nick Bobeck. Jackson was an assistant coach for the Bronchos in 2005.
The former Oklahoma wide receiver, who played for the Buffalo Bills and in the Arena Football League, spent last season at Mississippi State as an offensive analyst and recruiting specialist. Jackson spent one season at Davidson where he coached quarterbacks and three seasons at Washington State, where he worked as the Director of Player Relations as well as working in recruiting.
Prior to Washington State, Jackson worked for six seasons with wide receivers at Dartmouth University.
Jackson has three children (Jalen, Acelynn and Brooklyn).