Brett Kelley is in his fifth year as the video coordinator for the West Virginia football program.
He is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the Mountaineer football program’s video efforts. He handles the day-to-day video operations for practices and games, maintaining the recruiting internet server, film breakdown and exchange, the instant replay system and the production of highlight films.
Kelley was honored by The Collegiate Sports Video Association as its 2010 BIG EAST Video Coordinator of the Year as voted on by his peers in the league.
He came to Morgantown in 2008 after serving as the video assistant with the Tennessee Titans and the video coordinator and account executive for the Nashville Kats Arena football team for three years.
While in Nashville, he was responsible for setup and filming of home games and practices, handling video breakdown and cuts of game and practice footage, overseeing video exchange and filling coach and team requests for specific video cut-ups. He generated season ticket and group ticket sales accounts and took part in grassroots telemarketing campaigns.
Prior to that, Kelley worked for the Tennessee Titans as the video operations assistant from March 2005 until December 2007. He filmed training camp and mini-camps and assisted in total operations of the video department. He operated the still-printers on the field for the coaches and players on the field and recorded and maintained officials’ copies during the games.
During the 2004 season, he served as a marketing and promotions intern with the Nashville Sounds baseball team
Kelley, a Morgantown native, graduated from University High School and played linebacker at Fairmont State. He earned his bachelor’s degree in general business with a concentration in sport management from Fairmont State in 2004.
He and his wife, Emily, have a daughter, Layne.