Micah Canterbury

Special Teams

Playing career

20 years of playing experience

Kicked and Punted from High School at Marysville High School in Marysville, Ohio through college at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas.

Harding University was the best place for Canterbury to develop, not only as an athlete, but was given great examples as coaches. Micah attests his success in college to his coaching staff for pushing him to the next level every day. The coaching staff at Harding University was especially impactful on his life, showing him how to become a Godly Husband to his college sweetheart of 10 years, their four children, and a coach who tries to transform kids lives for the better.

  • Ranks fourth at Harding in PAT kick pct. (90.5) … ranks seventh in field goal pct. (56.2) … ranks ninth in average yards per punt (37.19).
  • Exclusively used as a punter his first two seasons, added placekicking duties as a junior … 160 punts, 37.2 avg., 65 long, 35 inside 20 … has seven career punts of 50 yards or longer.

After college, Micah was fortunate enough to help start an Indoor Football team from Louisville, Kentucky in 2011 serving as a Team Captain. Canterbury stayed with the Kentucky Xtreme (Continental Indoor Football League) from it beginning to the untimely end in 2014. However, the Xtreme is resurrecting in the spring of 2020 and will begin its quest for the National Arena League Championship. The Xtreme would later give Canterbury the greatest honor of his athletic playing career by retiring his jersey number (82).


Coaching Career

Micah has coached several sports including a Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at the High School level for the past 10 years. Canterbury, however coaching Specialists is one of his passions along with Olympic Weightlifting. He is now the Special Teams Coach of Jacksonville Powerhouse, Bartram Trails High School.


Players Coached:

Collin Hartley
Canaan Kimball
David Kemp (University of Memphis Commit)