Carrollton, GA – A pair of veteran coaches with impressive credentials are the newest members of the football coaching staff at the University of West Georgia.


Head coach David Dean has announced the appointments Enrique Davis and Graham Craig to his UWG staff for the upcoming season. Davis will coach the Wolves’ offensive line, while Craig is West Georgia’s new quarterbacks coach.


A native of Lynn Haven, Fla., Davis comes to UWG following a season as the running backs coach at Morehouse. He spent the previous five seasons coaching at the high school level in Florida and Georgia. As a player, Davis a prep All-American, and was a four-year contributor at Ole Miss. There, he was a part of two Cotton Bowl teams for the Rebels.


Craig is no stranger to his new boss at UWG, A native of Birmingham, Ala., and product of nationally known power Hoover High School, Craig was a reserve quarterback on Dean’s 2012 NCAA Championship team at Valdosta State. He later completed his playing career at LaGrange.


On the coaching front, Craig has a varied background. He worked a season as a grad assistant at Arizona State, and he spent last season as an offensive analyst at Nevada. In April Craig became the director of football operations at Samford, and is now on the staff at UWG.


Both Davis and Craig will be on the UWG staff this summer and will be on hand the 2018 Wolves report for preseason practice on August 4.