Presbyterian Football Camps provide players and teams with a competitive and educational experience. Our goal is to teach the game by building a solid foundation for players at all levels. Campers will be run through Division I drills designed to develop skills, technique, and fundamentals. Sessions will be a balance of instruction, skills, and game experience. All drills are specifically geared to prepare each camper for competition at the highest level.


Those attending Presbyterian Football Camp will work with our experienced coaching staff. Our coaches will provide personal instruction to each camper.  It is our goal to provide a positive learning environment for each camper in attendance while striving to make you a more complete football player. In order to provide each athlete with the highest level of instruction and exposure we will also have several coaches from various divisions of football from the Southeast working with our staff.


*In accordance with NCAA guidelines, all Presbyterian College sports camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by specific number, age, grade level, and/or gender of its participants*

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Tommy Spangler 1125537Tommy Spangler

Tommy Spangler begins his seventh year as head coach at PC and first since the 2006 season, after being promoted from defensive coordinator on Nov. 22, 2016.

Spangler just finished his fourth year back at PC, and 14th season overall, after having served as a defensive coordinator, an assistant coach, and head coach.  Spangler spent six years as defensive coordinator at Louisiana Tech prior to returning to PC. During that time, Spangler took a Bulldog defense that ranked dead last in the country (among FBS programs) in scoring defense, rushing defense and total defense prior to his arrival and coached them into one of the top defensive units in the Western Athletic Conference.

He guided a defense that had six All-WAC selections in 2011, and that scored six defensive touchdowns, the best scoring defense Tech saw in two decades. The Bulldog defense ended the year ranked 13th in the nation in turnover margin and had a +15 turnover margin during the team's seven-game winning streak.

Spangler was a 2011 Broyles Award nominee for his defensive efforts that season.

Spangler has spent almost three decades as a full-time coach on the college football sideline. He began his first 10 years at Georgia Southern, helping lead the program to a pair of Division I-AA national titles. 

After taking the job as the secondary coach for the Eagles in 1987, Spangler was promoted to co-defensive coordinator in 1990 and then took over the sole reins of the program's defense in 1992.

The Stone Mountain, Ga., native earned the Southern Conference Defensive Coach of the Year Award in 1993 as the Eagles won the league title and advanced to the playoffs. His defense ranked sixth nationally in scoring defense.

Spangler spent 10 seasons at PC the first time around, first as an assistant coach from 1997- 2000 and then as head coach from 2001-06, During his six years as PC's head football coach, Spangler guided the Blue Hose to a 42-24 record - a mark that stands as the highest winning percentage (.571) among the school's 14 head football coaches.


Spangler earned his bachelor's degree in physical education from Georgia in the spring of 1984. He is married to the former Kim Pierce of Ft. White, Fla., and they are the parents of three children, Pierce, Peyton, and Gracie.

1985 - 1986 Georgia (Graduate Assistant)
1987 - 1989 Georgia Southern (DB)
1990 - 1991 Georgia Southern (Co-DC)
1992 - 1996 Georgia Southern (DC)
1997 - 2000 Presbyterian (DC/Asst. HC)
2001 - 2006 Presbyterian HC
2007 - 2012 Louisiana Tech (DC)
2013 - 2016 Presbyterian (DC)

1 SAC (2005)

1993 SoCon Defensive Coach of the Year
2005 SAC Coach of the Year
2005 AFCA Region 2 Coach of the Year
2011 Broyles Award nominee