Jeron Gouveia-Winslow
Jeron Gouveia-Winslow
Title: Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties Coach
Phone: (828) 884-8116
Previous College: Virginia Tech, 2012


  • Pronounced JARE-in goo-VAY-uh
  • Washington Post Defensive Player of the Year in high school
  • 2007, helped lead Stone Bridge HS to a 14-1 record and a 5A State Championship
  • Had 7 interceptions, 73 tackles his senior year to go along with 900 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns
  • At Virginia Tech saw action in 40 games. Had 14 starts, 80 career tackles, 3 INTs, and 3 forced fumbles
  • Team captain senior year as well as a three-year special teams captain for Head Coach, Frank Beamer
  • Has worked as a certified trainer at Explosive Performance at the Brambleton Sport and Health Facility and Pinnacle Fitness
  • Primary Recruiting: Washington DC
  • Secondary Recruiting: Tide Water Virginia and Delaware
Season Team/School Position/Title

2008 Virginia Tech Redshirt Season

2009-2012 Virginia Tech Whip Linebacker

2014 Stone Bridge HS Defensive Backs Coach

2015 University of Hawai’i Defensive Line Intern

2017-2018 Brevard College Safeties Coach/Assistant Special Teams/Weight Coach

2019 Brevard College Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties Coach

2020 - Brevard College Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties Coach

Former Virginia Tech standout Jeron Gouveia-Winslow enters his third year in collegiate coaching.  In 2017 and 2018, Gouveia-Winslow served as Brevard’s safeties coach and co-special teams coordinator.  In 2019, Gouveia-Winslow became special teams coordinator and safeties coach for the Tornados.  He also serves as the admissions liaison for the football department and the lead strength and conditioning coach.

After earning a bachelor’s degree in human development from Virginia Tech in 2012, Gouveia-Winslow stayed involved in football and athletic performance training as a performance coach and a certified personal trainer (American College of Sports Medicine) in his hometown of Ashburn, Va. In 2014 he was also a volunteer defensive backs coach for his alma mater, Stone Bridge High School. In 2015 Gouveia-Winslow coached alongside his father, coach Kurt Gouveia, at the University of Hawaii as a defensive line assistant intern.

From 2008 to 2012, Gouveia-Winslow played collegiate football at Virginia Tech under head coach Frank Beamer and defensive coordinator Bud Foster. A three-year starter on defense, he was the defensive and special teams captain his senior year.

Coach Gouveia-Winslow received a bachelor’s degree in human development from Virginia Tech.