|College:||Hardin-Simmons University, 2005|
|Position:||Co-Offensive Coordinator (Quarterbacks)|
Jared May joined the A&M-Commerce football staff in the winter of 2013 and serves as the Lions' co-offensive coordinator as well as undertaking the primary responsibility of the A&M-Commerce quarterbacks.
May comes to Commerce after spending three seasons at West Texas A&M, serving as a coach of both the Buffs quarterbacks and wide receivers. May helped lead the Buffs to a 28-10 record during his time in Canyon as well as a national semifinals appearance in 2012. He helped oversee the development of Harlon Hill finalist Dustin Vaughan as well as coaching a 1,000-yard receiver in each of his seasons at West Texas, including a pair of All-Americans.
Prior to his time at West Texas A&M, May spent two seasons at Stephen F. Austin State University, helping turn around the Lumberjacks from an 0-12 team to the Southland Conference champions in 2009 with a 10-3 record. During his time in Nacogdoches, Stephen F. Austin averaged over 430 yards and 35 points per game.
May made his first stint in Canyon from 2007-08, serving as an inside receivers coach for West Texas A&M. As a graduate assistant, he coached the receivers at Hardin-Simmons University in 2006 while getting his first coaching job as the head softball and golf coach at Hamlin High School.
A native of Hamlin, May earned his bachelor's degree in education from Hardin-Simmons University in 2005, followed by a master's degree in education from West Texas A&M University in 2012.