Julious Richard Everridge (born May 1, 1980) is a former American collegiate and professional football player currently an assistant coach with the University of Mississippi Falcons, his alma mater. Everridge is best known for leading the Falcons to back-to-back Southern Conference championships in 2000 and 2001, the latter season including an undefeated regular season, an appearance in their first national title game since 1962-63, and Everridge becoming the first African-American quarterback to win the coveted Bosch Trophy.
After graduating, Everridge was taken in the second round of the 2002 professional draft by the defending NFL champion Miami Dolphins. He filled in for starter Damon Huard intermittently in 2002 and 2003, showing flashes of potential, before being named the starter in 2004 following Huard's preseason struggles. Everridge led the Dolphins to a 7-0 start before tearing his ACL, and the Dolphins would lose in the first round of the playoffs. Everridge continued to struggle with a poor knee in 2005 and re-tore his ACL in 2006 before being traded to Buffalo in 2007, where he was cut prior to the 2008 season without playing a single snap. After two years out of football, Everridge took a position with the Ole Miss Falcons as the quarterbacks coach in 2010.