This is a photo of Coach Kerry Dixon of the Baltimore Ravens football team. This photo reflects the Baltimore Ravens roster on June 12, 2023 when this image was taken.

Kerry Dixon

Assistant Quarterbacks Coach

Experience: 2 years


KERRY DIXON is in his second NFL season. He joined the Ravens in 2022 after 15 years as a collegiate assistant, most recently as wide receivers coach at Georgia Tech (2019-21). Dixon went to Georgia Tech from Toledo, where he served as the team's running backs coach in 2018. Prior to his Toledo arrival, Dixon spent three seasons (2015-17) as the wide receivers coach at Florida. Dixon's coaching career also includes successful stints as an assistant at Florida International (2014 – RBs), Florida Atlantic (2012-13 – RBs), Montana State (2010-11 – RBs), Stillman (2009 – offensive coordinator), Texas Southern (2008 – QBs) and Morgan State (2007 – QBs).

  • As an assistant at Georgia Tech (2019-21), Dixon was instrumental in the Yellow Jackets' transition from an option-based offensive scheme to a pro-style spread attack…Helped develop several wide receivers, including Jaguars 2021 sixth-round draft pick Jalen Camp.
  • Spent the 2018 season as Toledo's running backs coach, helping mentor three 500-yard rushers...The Rockets posted the Mid-American Conference's No. 2 rushing offense (223.6 ypg).
  • Spent three seasons (2015-17) as the wide receivers coach at Florida, where he was named one of the nation's Top 25 recruiters by and mentored two of the first three freshmen to ever record 100-yard receiving games for the Gators (Antonio Callaway in 2015 & Tyrie Cleveland in 2016).

2022: (with Baltimore) Helped guide Baltimore's QBs during a season that saw three Ravens signal-callers start under center: Lamar Jackson, Tyler Huntley and Anthony Brown...Starting 12 games, Jackson completed 203-of-326 passes for 2,242 yards, 17 TDs and 7 INTs (91.1 rating) while adding 112 rushing attempts for 764 yards and 3 TDs...Huntley earned Pro Bowl honors for the first time in his career after seeing action in six games (four starts) and completing 75-of-112 passes for 658 yards, 2 TDs and 3 INTs (77.2 rating), while adding 43 rushing attempts for 137 yards and 1 TD.

2019-21: (with Georgia Tech) 2020: Served as wide receivers coach where he helped WR Jalen Camp, who had only 12 catches and no TDs prior to Dixon's arrival, lead the team with career highs in receptions (29), receiving yards (439) and TD catches (4). 2019: Mentored WR Ahmarean Brown, who tied Calvin Johnson's Georgia Tech record for TD receptions (7) by a freshman.

2018: (with Toledo) Served as RBs coach, helping Toledo earn a berth in the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl.

2015-17: (with Florida): During his three-year tenure as wide receivers coach, WR Antonio Callaway became the third-fastest Gator to reach 1,000 career receiving yards (17 games).

2014: (with Florida International) Served as RBs coach.

2012-13: (with Florida Atlantic) Spent two seasons as the Owls' RBs coach.

2010-11: (with Montana State) Was the running backs coach for the Bobcats.

2009: (with Stillman) Served as offensive coordinator for one season at Stillman.

2008: (with Texas Southern) Guided the Tigers' quarterbacks.

2007: (with Morgan State) In his first season in collegiate athletics, mentored the Bears' quarterbacks.

2005-06: (with Booker T. Washington HS) Served as an assistant coach for his alma mater.

COLLEGE: Initially played QB his first two collegiate seasons for the Baylor Bears (2000-01)…Made two starts at QB for Baylor before transferring to Hampton University, where he would finish his career as QB for the Pirates (2002-03)…Was selected to play in the 2003 HBCU All-Star Game.

PERSONAL: Attended Booker T. Washington (Houston, TX) HS, where he earned All-Greater Houston Area honors in his senior year at QB…Dixon and his wife, Robin, have three daughters, Charlee (13), Rylee (5) and Reneé (3), and a son, Kerry III (6).