Personable and Professional

Khayat, Bill

Head Football Coach

Bill attended and played college football at Duke University as a tight end from 1992-95. He was twice named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference second team and was an honorable mention All-America choice in 1994. Bill became the first Duke tight end to lead the team in receptions in 25 years. He also set records for receptions (11) and yards (109) in the 1995 Hall of Fame Bowl. Bill finished his college career with 105 receptions for 1,155 yards and seven touchdowns.

During his undergraduate, Bill earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke in 1995. He was on the Dean's List with Distinction at Duke and was named to the Academic All-ACC Football team.

Before coaching for Brevard College, Bill played football for the following teams:

  • Dallas Cowboys

  • Kansas City Chiefs

  • Baltimore Ravens

  • Carolina Panthers

  • Barcelona Dragons

  • Tennessee Oilers

He, also, coached for the following teams:

  • Tennessee State University

  • Arizona Cardinals

  • Washington Redskins

  • Sacramento Mountain Lions

  • Players All-Star Classic (Little Rock, AR 2012)

  • East West Shrine Game (Florida 2013)

  • NFLPA Collegiate Bowl (Carson, CA 2014-15)

  • Utah Stand (MLFB) (2016; never launched) Run Game Coordinator and Tight Ends Coach

  • Tropic Bowl (North Miami Beach, FL 2016)

  • Scottsdale Community College (2016)


B.S., Duke University, Biological Anthropology and Anatomy


  • Honorable Mention All-America 1994

  • All-ACC (2nd Team) 1994, 1995

  • All-Carolina 1994

  • ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week versus Clemson 1994

  • First Tight End in 25 years to lead Duke in receiving

  • Set records for receptions and yardage, Hall of Fame Bowl 1995

  • Duke University Outstanding Receiver Award 1994

  • Duke University Leading Receiver 1994


Contact Information

Phone Number: 828.884.8105