- position Analyst
- position Analyst
Kevin Hubbard joined the Gamecocks’ staff as an analyst for the defense in the summer of 2023. He spent the last four seasons at Catholic University in Washington,D.C., including the last three as the team’s assistant head coach/defensive coordinator after working with the team’s inside linebackers.
In June 2019, Hubbard was invited to attend a mandatory minicamp with the Washington Football Team as part of the Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship. He was one of the eight selections from a field of more than 130 candidates. During his five days with the three-time Super Bowl champions, Hubbard worked under inside linebackers coach Rob Ryan and attended all meetings while participating on the field during practices.
Hubbard joined the Cardinals after spending one season as the linebackers coach at Division II Black Hills State in South Dakota in 2018.
Prior to Black Hills State, Hubbard was the head football coach at New Smyrna Beach High School in Florida from 2015-17.
Hubbard also spent one season as the defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach at New Smyrna Beach in 2011 before spending three years as the athletic director, assistant football coach and head wrestling coach at Pageland Central High School in South Carolina.
Hubbard was a defensive G.A. at FCS Jacksonville University in 2009 and 2010. The Dolphins went 10-1 and won a share of the PFL championship in 2010. In 2008, he spent one season as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Edward Waters College who were champions of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC).
From 2005-07, Hubbard was the defensive coordinator, defensive line, and linebackers coach at Mandarin High School in Jacksonville.
Hubbard began his coaching career in 2004 as an assistant coach at Division II Shaw University where the Bears won the CIAA championship.
Hubbard was an All-American running back and linebacker at Forest Hills High School in Marshville, N.C. He played football while earning a bachelor’s degree in sociology from NC State in 2004 and later received his master’s in sports management from Jacksonville in 2011.
He and his wife, Jackie, have three children: JD, Dakota and London.