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An All-American wide receiver during his player career at Texas Tech, Haverty coached safeties and special teams in his first season in 2013.
Haverty joined the Red Raider coaching staff after spending the last five years on the staff at TCU. During that time he coached two different position groups - safeties and wide receivers.
In his first season as receivers coach, Haverty played a lead role in guiding the Horned Frogs through their inaugural season as members of the Big 12 Conference. He tutored All-Big 12 Honorable Mention selection Josh Boyce, who led the Horned Frogs with 891 yards and seven touchdowns.
Haverty served as a Horned Frogs' graduate assistant from 2007-09. He spent one season as the defensive coordinator at Millsaps College in 2010.
As safeties coach in 2011, Haverty mentored Tekerrein Cuba into a second-team All-Mountain West selection, while redshirt freshman Jonathan Anderson had 17 tackles against BYU for the most stops by a Horned Frog player in a game since 2004. During Haverty's time as a defensive graduate assistant at TCU, the Horned Frogs led the nation in total defense twice (2008-09). TCU was 23-3 in Haverty's final two seasons as a graduate assistant. The 2009 campaign saw the Horned Frogs make their first BCS appearance with a trip to the Fiesta Bowl.
Haverty first arrived at TCU after serving as wide receivers coach at Cisco Junior College in 2006. His first coaching position was at Midlothian High School in 2005.
During his playing days, Haverty was an All-America wide receiver at Texas Tech. As a senior for the Red Raiders in 2004, Haverty led the Big 12 in receptions (77) while placing second in receiving yards (1,019). He was a second-team All-American by Sports Illustrated and a third-team Associated Press pick. In his final collegiate game, he had eight receptions for 147 yards in a 45-31 Holiday Bowl victory over California. Haverty had 110 receptions for 1,326 yards and seven touchdowns in his Texas Tech career (2001-04).
Haverty and his wife, Christy, were married in Summer 2011.
Emerged from spring drills as the starter at Y receiver after backing up the position for three years ... outstanding athlete who has impressed coaches with his work ethic in the weight room ... good hands and speed.