Kerr serves Diamond Prospects in the Chester/York/Lancaster county areas of South Carolina as an area scout. In addition to covering games he can be found assisting at the DP Showcase Events, DP Pro Day, and Palmetto Games. Most of the time he can be seen throwing BP.
Kerr has served in the past as Pitching Coach for Chester High School as well as the Head Coach of Chester American Legion Post 27 where he led them back-to-back playoffs in his two years as coach. He has also served as a volunteer coach for the local Dixie Youth league.
He graduated from Lyman High School, Longwood, Florida where he played for Bob McCullough. After graduation he attended Valencia Community College in Orlando and played two years under Floyd Perry. After his two years at Valencia he transferred to the University of Alabama where he was a member of the 1983 NCAA College World Series Runner-Up losing the Championship game to the University of Texas and Roger Clemens 4-3. Having sustaining an arm injury, Kerr was granted a medical red-shirt and then transferred to Clemson University for his final season.
Kerr spent three years playing in the Valley League for the Staunton Braves coached by Henry "Turtle" Thomas. He was a member of the 1984 team that still holds the league best 18 game winning streak. He was a two time All-Star during his time in Staunton.
Kerr is currently the City Administrator in Chester, SC where he resides. He and his wife Karen have been married for 24 years. They have two children, Rebekah attends Clemson University and Austin who attends Coastal Carolina University and is a member of the Baseball Team..