Chris Fraser, 46, was hired as the new football coach at Charlottesville High School during an introductory press conference on Monday afternoon.
Fraser was at Smithfield High, a Hampton Roads area school, for the past six seasons, but led the Packers to a 23-7 record over the past three years. Virginia Tech signee Dyrell Roberts rushed for 2,236 yards and scored 38 touchdowns in 10 games last fall to lead Smithfield to a second consecutive playoff berth.
Charlottesville went 2-8 and 2-4 in the Jefferson District last season, but return their starting quarterback, running back and receiver.
Fraser graduated from Lake Braddock in 1980 and briefly played at Marshall, before also attending George Mason. Before coming to Smithfield, he was Frasure was at Jamestown from 1997-2000, where he led the Eagles to an 8-22 record over three seasons.
He also spent time as at assistant coach at Lake Braddock, Woodson and Courtland.