Brumfield said: “We are fortunate to be adding these quality coaches. They bring a enormous amount of experience and will certainly make an immediate difference in our program.” Thompson will serve as the quarterback coach this year. He will also help coach other positions due to his vast experience with running the Red Storm offense.
Thompson played four seasons for DSC, two as the signal caller and two as a tight end.
After graduating from DSC in the fall of 2009, Thompson left to take a job in Chicago, near his hometown of Crystal Lakes, Illinois. He has longed to be on the football field since, and when the opportunity arose, he jumped on returning to his alma mater.
Campbell comes to DSC after spending the last four years as the Defensive Line Coach at Snow College in Ephraim,Utah. He played a pivotal role in helping the Badger defense finish at the top of the junior college ranks.
Prior to his coaching at Snow, he spent time at Southern Utah and the University of Washington. During his playing days, Campbell spent two seasons at Snow and the final two at Southern Utah. He graduated from SUU with a degree in Physical Education and attained a Master of Exercise Science from Central Washington.
Grant joins the DSC staff after spending the past three seasons as a graduate assistant at Brigham Young University. His main responsibilities were assisting the linebackers and special teams and while serving as the director of the football summer camps.
Prior to BYU, he spent four years as an assistant coach: one year at East High School in Salt Lake and three years at J.H. Rose High School in Greenville, N.C. He played collegiately at EastCarolina University. Grant spent two pro seasons with The Scottish Claymores in NFL Europe and was named to the European All-Star team.