Elvis V. Patterson is an educator and athletic coach.  Since retiring from the National Football League in 1995, he has coached football for the Houston, Texas inner city youth programs, Lawrence, Kansas youth programs, Maranatha Academy High School in Shawnee, Kansas, Blue Valley Middle School in Overland Park and Center High School in Kansas City, Missouri.  Most recently leading Northeast High School to their first winning footbal season in 20 years. 

His role in the various programs has varied from being a head football coach, a defensive coordinator, a special teams coach, mentor, friend, educator and role model to various youth within the community, reach for excellence in education, as well as on any athletic field.

His vast experience includes 10 seasons in the National Football League with the NY Giants, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys.  He graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in Human Development and Family Life and was a four-year starter on the Jayhawk football team.  His accolades include two (2) Super Bowl Championships, Pro Bowl alternate selections, a spot on the All-Madden team and several Big Eight Collegiate Honors. 

Elvis personally enjoys his relationship with athletics by umpiring football, basketball and softball in which he is a State registered official.  He also takes great pride in mentoring and counseling youth within the community he serves.  He has participated in a mentoring and counseling youth within the community he serves.  He has participated in a program called the "Round Table" to help recently released inmates successfully transition into society.  He has officiated several Regional, State and World events for various sporting events.  In his spare time he enjoys playing chess, dominos, cards, spending time with his family, helping with local community educational events, competing in BBQ contests, and visiting his alma mater, KU.


-  Coaching Clinics

-  Public/Motivational Speaking

-  Personal Training

-  Football Camps/Mini Camps