Kale Pick enters his first year as the head football coach. Pick previously served as the FSCC quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator.
As a Dodge City High School student, Pick was ranked the No. 7 dual-threat quarterback in the U.S. by Rivals for his running and passing abilities. He played both quarterback and wide receiver at the University of Kansas from 2008 to 2012 and started in 28 games. In 2011, he was No. 2 player in catches and receiving yards for the team. He received the Ironman Award in the 2011 off-season, which recognized him as the most dedicated player, as voted by his coaches and teammates. During his senior season in 2012, Pick led the Jayhawks in catches and receiving yards with 63 receptions for 752 yards and two touchdowns. He was also awarded the Gale Sayers Award in 2012 by the coaching staff, which recognizes the most competitive player of the season.
In 2013, Pick served as an offensive graduate assistant coach at the University of Kansas, where he worked with Ron Powlus and the quarterbacks, and Rob Ianello and the wide receivers. In 2014 and 2015, Pick served as an offensive graduate assistant coach at Texas A&M University, working with offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jake Spavital. He also coached the wide receivers during the Auto Zone Liberty Bowl, where he served as interim assistant coach.
Pick graduated from the University of Kansas in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in communications.