Athletic Director - Terry Rupp '84
Asst. Athletic Director - Brian McNulty '95
Brian McNulty, the assistant athletic director and offensive line coach for the Jesuit football team, attended Michigan State on a football scholarship, playing under head coach Nick Saban for two years before transferring to the University of South Florida to be a member of the Bulls' inaugural football team in 1997. Coach McNulty worked as a substitute teacher and assistant football coach at Plant High School from 2006-2009, winning the State Championship in ’06, ’08, ’09. His father Jim ’68, uncle Kevin ’69, brother Alan ’94, and step-brother Jake Nellis ’96 are Jesuit graduates. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or (813) 877-5344, ext. 616.
Athletic Trainer - Chris Smith
Chris Smith has been the head athletic trainer and the sophomore class guidance counselor at Jesuit since 2006. He has vast experience in athletic training and physical therapy, including 10 years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1987-96) as the head athletic trainer/physical therapist and three years in the same role with the University of Alabama (1984-87). In addition to an undergraduate degree, Smith has three Master's degrees, in guidance and counseling, physical education specializing in athletic training, and physical therapy. His son C.J. Smith '00 played baseball on Jesuit's 2000 state championship team and at the University of Florida. Smith can be contacted at email@example.com or (813) 877-5344, ext. 522.
The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) requires a completed Preparticipation Physical Evaluation form, a Consent and Release from Liability Certificate, and a Concussion & Heat-Related Illness form to be on file with the Athletic Director prior to the student-athlete’s participation in any sports activity. These three athletic forms all must be provided annually. Click here for all three mandatory FHSAA forms in one PDF file.
Please note: These athletic forms are in addition to the two health forms required upon entry to the school, which are kept on file in the Registrar’s Office. (See High School Health Forms below.)