Less than three weeks after Vernon Wilder III returned to coach his alma mater, Miami Carol City, the Coral Park Rams turned to an energetic and knowledgeable football coach and teacher.
Growing up in Palm Beach County and attending Glades Day in Belle Glade, Remington Young brings plenty of experience to Miami-Dade County to get Coral Park back on track.
While Wilder started to get the ball rolling, the Rams believe that Young is someone who has a passion for the game and will put 12 months a year into helping to put this program back on the landscape in the competitive world of south Florida football. He is ready to compete in 7-on-7 events as well as sending his players to camps and combines – starting this summer.
With 13 years of coaching experience, Young has been around programs that were in a rebuilding mode, so he is eager to get started as spring is under way.
“I’ve had an opportunity to develop and teach while setting the table for the future,” Young explained. “From Wellington to Jupiter Christian and Oxbridge Academy, I helped to change cultures at schools that have not been in the mix for a while.
Young is an offensive oriented coach, so is now starting to build a coaching staff and give the Rams an opportunity to learn and compete. This will be his first head coach opportunity.
Over the past two years, the Rams have finished 10-9 after an 0-3 Covid season. Since 2004, they have finished 27-79.