Sherman is in his second season coaching at Marian University after a
season serving as the offensive line coach for one of the most storied
high school programs in the state of Indiana. And, he is no stranger to
In 2007, Adam spent the season as the
offensive line coach for the five-time IHSAA Class 5A state champion
Warren Central High School Warriors. In his one season with the
Warriors, Sherman helped coordinate the rushing game and assist with
offensive sideline adjustments. His rushing game led the Metropolitan
Interscholastic Conference with 4,500 yards.
his stint with Warren Central, Sherman served as the offensive line
coach at Kathleen High School in Lakeland, Florida, in 2006. As the
rushing game coordinator, Sherman coached All-State first team center
Devone Williams and helped lead the Red Devils to a 9-3 overall record.
2005, he served as offensive line coach at Perry Meridian High School
where he coordinated the rushing game and assisted with sideline
Sherman was a four-year starter at the
University of Saint Francis and was a two-time NAIA All-American and a
three-time MSFA All-Mideast pick. He earned a bachelor of science in
education in 2005.
Sherman and his wife of three years, Kari, and daughter, Hayden, reside in Indianapolis.