Read Coach Nesbitt's bio below! #GoEagles!
Kevin Nesbitt Jr. was born and raised in Washington D.C. in which he is a graduate of Archbishop Carroll High School of Washington, D.C. He was a multiple sport student-athlete in High School which led him to further his education at Cheyney State University. He attended Cheyney State University from the years of 2000 to 2002, in which he transferred his higher education at Bowie State University in 2003, with focus of studies being in Social Work Sciences and while playing Division 2 Football.
In 2004, Kevin took interest in mentoring and servicing the youth at his alumni boys club team, Woodridge Warriors in Washington, D.C. He coached both football & basketball at various ages, levels, and skills. He had a successful volunteer career coaching, in which he led his team to multiple post-seasons and championships. Kevin continued to coach there until the end of the 2008 football season, with the aspirations of creating the platform that we know today as, Ward 5 Warriors Youth Organization. In the Spring of 2009, Kevin along with longtime friend, Marques Lucus, set out on the journey to establish a platform for a wide-base of communities. Their mission and vision is empower student-athletes in the D.C. Metropolitan Area by developing and encouraging characteristics for individual and community well-being through sports. Through his tenure, he has been able to achieve great success and provide wonderful opportunities and experiences for the youth. Ward 5 Warriors strives to be the “Center for Youth Development”. Kevin and Ward 5 Warriors has been able to attract former teammates and friends and has been coaching and mentoring youth for the past several years.
Kevin has successfully led Ward 5 Warriors to four Pop Warner Championships in Orlando, Florida at 4 different age levels. This includes being the Pop Warner National Championship in 2014 and National Runner-Up in 2015. Kevin continue to make a huge impact in mentoring youth in the Washington D.C. area and continue to have success in his leadership capabilities. He currently has a coaching record of 66 wins & 15 losses with an Eight-Year Tenure as a Head Coach with Ward 5 Warriors.