Khari Joseph Head Coach

 

Coach Khari Joseph | Langley Rams

KHARI JOSEPH

HEAD COACH

Khari is a native of Montreal who played three seasons for Brian Dobie’s Bisons at the University of Manitoba and was honoured as a CIS Canada West All Star in 2005.

A graduate of Montreal’s Laurenhill Academy, Khari played community football for the St. Laurent Spartans and Junior Football for the North Shore Broncos of the QJFL, where he was the Broncos rookie of the year in 1996 and Defensive Player of the Year in 1998.

Khari joined the Rams coaching staff in 2012 and put together a Cullen Cup winning defensive unit that was considered by many as the best in the Nation, following the Langley Rams heartbreaking 23-21 loss to the Saskatoon Hilltops in the 2012 National Championship game legendary Hilltops Head Coach Tom Sargeant referred to Khari’s front seven was the best he had seen in a very long time.

Prior to joining the Rams Family Khari was a member of the CJFL’s Winnipeg Rifles staff for five seasons, four as defensive backs coach and one as the Rifles defensive coordinator.

Khari is a Youth Support Worker for PLEA Community Services, a community-based social, health, educational, vocational and justice services to children, youth, families and adults who, during periods of their lives, face significant challenges and barriers.

Khari resides in South Surrey with his lovely wife Chantal, who he proposed to on bent knee in front of 500 people at a Rams game in 2012, and their toddler son Aayden. Khari’s is a proud football dad of his other son, Kaylen, who was a star Jr. Bantam player for Winnipeg’s Valour Patriots in 2015. Kaylen, who turns 13 next spring, was a standout Safety and Kick Returner for the Patriots and will be playing his first year of Bantam in 2016… both of Khari’s boys are already on the Rams recruiting list.