San Francisco State University (1986, B.A. in psychology); Grossmont Junior College (1983, A.A.).
Years at BYU
Prior to BYU
2004-05 Ottawa Renegades (CFL) co-defensive coordinator; 2003 Calgary Stampeders secondary coach; 2002 Humboldt State University defensive coordinator; 2001 (XFL) San Francisco Demons defensive coordinator; 1997-98 San Francisco 49ers (NFL) defensive assistant and secondary 1993-96 Portland State University defensive coordinator; 1992 University of Chicago defensive coordinator; 1990-91 Sonoma State secondary coach; 1989 Northern Arizona receivers and tight ends; 1988 UTEP graduate assistant; 1987 San Francisco State student assistant wide receivers.
An Academic All-American and first-team all-league performer at Grossmont Junior College; a first team all-conference wide receiver in 1984 and 1985 at San Francisco State University. Bowl Games Coached: 2 (Independence and Las Vegas); three D-II national playoff games; 2 NFL Divisional Championship Games and 1 XFL Companionship Game.
Has coached 5 bowl games; coached three D-II national playoff games, 2 NFL Dividonal Championship games and 1 XFL Championship; First name is pronounced High-may.
San Diego, Calif.
Wife (LaShanda), daughters (Tichelle and Brianna), son (Marcquet) and nephew (Aaron).