Jeff Mauldin - Serves as 16u.

Coach Mauldin serves as a Founder's Club coach for our East Coast Sox program.  Every year, Jeff has coached the most elite talent the Sox has assembled.  He has done an amazing job leading these players to college scholarships and professional contracts.  His coaching highlights for the Sox are:

 

 

 

  • 2017 World Wood Bat 15u National Championships
  • 2018 Marucci World Series Finalist 2nd Place Finish
  • 2019 Perfect Game Elite 32 5th place finish
  • 2019 Marucci World Series 3rd Place Finish
  • 2019 World Underclass 9th Place Finish
  • 2020 Perfect Game Elite Semi-Finalist 3rd Place Finish
  • 2020 World Wood Bat 15u 9th Place Finish

 

In high school coaching, Jeff enters his ninth year as the Head Baseball Coach at Hewitt Trussville High School.  In the previous eight years at Hewitt Trussville, his teams have gone 221-78 with one state championship (2016), two-state runner-up (2013, 2018), a final four appearance (2019), and four area championships.  He has sent 39 players to play college baseball in eight years and has had two players (Grayson Jones, 11th round Atlanta Braves) and Tyler Tolbert (13th round Kansas City Royals) drafted in the major league draft.  After making it to the 7A state semifinals in 2019 (fourth time in seven years), Coach Mauldin is looking forward to the challenge of continuing the process of building a program that will compete on the state and national level.  Last year his team was ranked # 2 in the 7A Alabama State rankings when the season was canceled due to COVID-19.  He currently has former players playing at the following schools:  Auburn, LSU, Tennessee Tech, Troy, UAB, Alabama State, West Alabama, Bishop State, Coastal Alabama East, Northwest Florida State, Snead State, and Shelton State.  One former Husky is playing professionally, Tyler Tolbert is in the Kansas City Royals organization.

“We are looking forward to year nine of the building process for our program. The last eight year’s teams laid a great foundation of what it takes to be a champion on and off the field.  It is very important for our current players and coaches to continue the building process.  Our varsity, JV, and middle school programs all play championship-level baseball and represent our schools and community on and off the field with respect.  We started to build a winning attitude and we will continue the process of having a winning culture.  Our city of Trussville has had a big impact on our teams’ success in the last eight years.  The community support has been unlike anything we have ever seen. Seeing thousands of Trussville fans pack out Phil English field and travel to Montgomery for the state championships is what our city is about.  We look forward to the continued support from the great city of Trussville, as we work together to build a program that our community will be proud of for many years to come.”

Mauldin previously spent six years as the Head Coach at Pelham High School where he compiled a 176-51 record.  His teams won four area championships in the six years as the coach of the Panthers, reaching the quarterfinals of the state playoffs twice.  His teams were ranked repeatedly #1 in the state and were a mainstay in national polls including a stint as the #1 team in the nation in the max preps high school poll.  Mauldin sent 29 players on to play at the college level over his six years including 10 of these at the Division 1 level as well as four drafted in the major league draft, Alvin Hines Washington Nationals, Tripp Martin Texas Rangers, Trae Santos San Diego Padres and Parker Curry Los Angeles Dodgers who is still currently playing.

Coach Mauldin spent seven years at Clay-Chalkville High School prior to Pelham.  While at Clay-Chalkville he compiled a 218-62 record.  His teams won the 2003 state championship and finished runner-up in the state finals in 2005 and 2006.  They were also the area champion in five of his seven years (2000-2006).  Aside from the wins and championships, his teams sent over 45 players on to play at the college level.  His players have competed in the SEC, Conference USA, Ohio Valley, SWAC, and many Division II schools, and the finest Jr. Colleges in the state of Alabama.  There were also four players drafted in the Major League Baseball draft in his seven years at CCHS, Josh Styes New York Yankees, Kyle Roberson Los Angeles Angels, Justin Standridge Tampa Bay Devil Rays and current Hewitt assistant coach Daniel Adamson Houston Astros.

Prior to becoming a head coach at the high school level, Mauldin was the head coach at Clay-Chalkville Middle School in 1998 and 1999.  Over those two years he had a 38-4 record winning two Jefferson County Championships.  The year prior to arriving at Clay-Chalkville, he spent the 1997 season as a graduate assistant at UAB.

Mauldin was a pitcher for UAB from 1992-1996 under head coach Pete Rancont and pitching coach Jim Case who is now the head coach at Jacksonville State University.  While at UAB, he was a part of two Great Midwest Conference Championship teams in 1992 and 1994.

A native of Danville, Virginia, Mauldin graduated from George Washington High School in 1991.

 

 

Coaching Background:

1997                     UAB (Graduate Assistant Coach)

1998-1999           Clay-Chalkville Middle School (Head Coach)

2000-2006           Clay-Chalkville High School (Head Coach)

2007-2012           Pelham High School (Head Coach)

2013-present      Hewitt-Trussville High School (Head Coach)

 

Coaching Honors:

2001      North-South All-Star Coach

2002      Jefferson County 6A Coach of the Year

2003      Alabama Sports Writers 6A Coach of the Year

Birmingham News East, West and North Coach of the Year

Alabama High School Athletic Association 6A Coach of the Year

Jefferson County 6A Coach of the Year

2005      Jefferson County 6A Coach of the Year

2006      Jefferson County 6A Coach of the Year

2009      North-South All-Star Coach

2013      Birmingham News Coach of the Year

2016      Alabama Sports Writers 7A Coach of the Year

Alabama High School Athletic Association 7A Coach of the Year

Al.Com Birmingham/Central Alabama All-Region Coach of the Year

National High School Federation Alabama Coach of the Year

National High School Federation South Sectional Coach of the Year which includes:

(Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee)

 

Mauldin’s Head Coaching Record By School

School                                 Seasons                              Years                    W-L                       Pct.

Clay-Chalkville                   7                            2000-2006           218-62                 .779

Pelham                                6                            2007-2012           176-51                 .775

Hewitt Trussville              8                            2013-Present      221-78                 .739

 

Total                                    21                                                        615-191               .763

 

 

 

Personal:

Date of Birth:  October 21, 1973

Place of Birth:  Danville, Virginia

Wife:  Chrissy (22 years) (Birmingham)

Children:  Tyler (19), Sara Grace (17), Caroline (15)

Alma Mater:  UAB, 1996

Education:

High School:  George Washington Danville, Virginia

College:  UAB (1996)

Playing Experience:

College:  UAB (1992-1996)

 

Mauldin (47) is married to the former Chrissy Johnson of Birmingham, who holds a degree in Elementary Education from UAB and is also a graduate of Hewitt Trussville High School.  She is a 1st grade teacher at Paine Elementary School.  They are the parents of one son Tyler, 19, and two daughters, Sara Grace, 17 and Caroline, 15.

 

Coaching Highlights:

Career Record 615-191

Winning Percentage .763

2 State Championships (2003, 2016)

4 State Runner-up (2005, 2006, 2013 and 2018)

2 Final Four Appearances (2002, 2019)

13 Area Championships in 21 years

16 State playoff appearances in 21 years

Over 110 players played at the college level

10 players drafted in Major League Baseball Draft

8 former assistants went on to be head coaches at high school level