Alan Everest

Alan Everest, Hall of Fame Athlete Inductee

Alan Everest, Hall of Fame Athlete Inductee

Alan Everest was a standout football, baseball and basketball player at San Marcos High School. A top-ten academic graduate in 1968, Everest was the MVP in both football and baseball and highest-scholar award in all three sports. An All-Channel League recipient, he also played in the first Round Table All-Star football game after the 1967 season.

Everest went on to play football at Southern Methodist University where he earned his B.A. in Education and History in 1972. He also holds an M.A. in Education from North Texas State University and a EdD in Educational Administration from United States International University.

After coaching in the United States and internationally from 1972 to 1995, Everest landed in the National Football League with the Arizona Cardinals from 1996-99, the New Orleans Saints from 2000-05, the San Francisco 49ers from 2007-09 and is currently the Special Teams Coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was named the NFL Special Teams Coach of the Year in both 2002 and 2007.

Everest’s proudest moment was in 1988-89, serving as the Defensive Coordinator with his father, Andy Everest, as Offensive Coordinator and winning back-to-back Italian Super Bowls with the Legano Frogs.

Everest and his wife Mischelle have two daughters – Michelle and Kaycee.