Kerry Johnson joined the Duke football staff in July of 2010 and serves as an operations assistant, working primarily with the offensive staff.
A native of Oxford, Miss., Johnson spent one year as an assistant in Duke's strength and conditioning department before transitioning to the offense in July of 2011.
A 2005 graduate of Ole Miss where he lettered four seasons as a wide receiver under current Duke head coach David Cutcliffe, Johnson helped the Rebels to a four-year record of 28-21 including the SEC Western Division co-championship in 2003. After co-captaining the Ole Miss squad as a senior in 2004, Johnson spent time with the NFL's Atlanta Falcons and CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers following graduation. He later returned to his alma mater to serve as an academic assistant in the athletic department.