AT A GLANCE:
- Pronounced JARE-in goo-VAY-uh
- Washington Post Defensive Player of the Year in high school
- 2007, helped lead Stone Bridge HS to a 14-1 record and a 5A State Championship
- Had 7 interceptions, 73 tackles his senior year to go along with 900 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns
- At Virginia Tech saw action in 40 games. Had 14 starts, 80 career tackles, 3 INTs, and 3 forced fumbles
- Team captain senior year as well as a three-year special teams captain for Head Coach, Frank Beamer
- Has worked as a certified trainer at Explosive Performance at the Brambleton Sport and Health Facility and Pinnacle Fitness
- Primary Recruiting: Washington DC
- Secondary Recruiting: Tide Water Virginia and Delaware
2008 Virginia Tech Redshirt Season
2009-2012 Virginia Tech Whip Linebacker
2014 Stone Bridge HS Defensive Backs Coach
2015 University of Hawai’i Defensive Line Intern
2017-2018 Brevard College Safeties Coach/Assistant Special Teams/Weight Coach
2019 - Brevard College Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties Coach
After earning a bachelor’s degree in human development from Virginia Tech in 2012, Gouveia-Winslow stayed involved in football and athletic performance training as a performance coach and a certified personal trainer (American College of Sports Medicine) in his hometown of Ashburn, Va. In 2014 he was also a volunteer defensive backs coach for his alma mater, Stone Bridge High School. In 2015 Gouveia-Winslow coached alongside his father, coach Kurt Gouveia, at the University of Hawaii as a defensive line assistant intern.
From 2008 to 2012, Gouveia-Winslow played collegiate football at Virginia Tech under head coach Frank Beamer and defensive coordinator Bud Foster. A three-year starter on defense, he was the defensive and special teams captain his senior year.
Coach Gouveia-Winslow received a bachelor’s degree in human development from Virginia Tech.