Defensive Line Coach
- 1st year as Assistant Football Coach
- Hometown: Miami, FL
- High school: Miami Monsignor Edward Pace High School
- College: El Camino Community College/Florida International University
Jeffrey Eugene begins his first year with Dodge City Community College as an Assistant Coach in charge of the defensive line. Eugene’s college coaching career began as an Offensive Line Coach at Dakota College at Bottineau in 2011. He helped the Lumberjacks football program to best regular season record in school history at 5-5 mark.
Eugene spent four years as a high school football coach in Miami from 2008-2010 seasons, and 2012 season as offensive line coach at Miami Monsignor Edward Pace High School. In 2008 the team advances to the state final four in the 3A state football playoffs.
Eugene was FIU’s first-ever junior college football player and two -year starter at offensive guard. He started in 2004 as a defensive tackle but made the switch to offensive guard and started all 12 games 2005 season for the Warriors…second-team All-Mission Conference selection and team most improved offensive of player…line contributions helped El Camino to a conference championship, undefeated regular season and bowl game victory…helped the Warriors finish as best in the league in scoring offense, total offense, pass efficiency, first downs, third-down conversions and sacks against.
Eugene was one of the top offensive lineman in Florida, rated the No. 16 prospect on the Miami Herald's Miami-Dade Top 25, rated the No. 42 prospect in Florida on the Orlando Sentinel's Florida Top 100. As a senior in 2003, he help lead his school to there first ever state football championship and was named first team All-Dade county and first team All state. He played in Nike South Florida All-Star Game. As a junior he was named first-team All-Dade County and third-team All-State.