Tom Bolden - Colerain High School - Cincinnati, OH
Tom Bolden took over as the Head Coach of his alma mater, Cincinnati Colerain, in 2007. Since then, he has carried on the program’s strong legacy that he helped forge as a quarterback in the 1980’s. He has compiled a record of 97-14 in his coaching career and has been named the Greater Miami Conference Coach of the Year six times. In 2015, he led Colerain to the OHSAA Division I State Semi-Finals and was voted as the Cincinnati Coach of the Year as well as the Southwest Ohio Coach of the Year. His Cardinals held their opponents under 21 points in all but three games this past season, only furthering the reputation of Colerain’s stout defense. Tom’s nephew, Joe Bolden, was a captain for the 2015 Michigan Football Team and started at linebacker, earning All-Big Ten Honorable Mention honors.

Brent Whitson - South Grand Prairie High School - Grand Prairie, TX
Brent Whitson arrived at South Grand Prairie High School in 2011, after a 5 year stint at Richardson (TX) High School. He has spent the past 35 years coaching High School Football in Oklahoma and Texas, winning a State Championship at Shawnee (OK) High School in 2003. Coach Whitson played college football at East Central University from 1980-82. After his playing career ended, he immediately got into coaching, taking a job as the Running Backs Coach at his old high school, Ada (OK). He and his wife Lisa Marie, a Biology teacher at South Grand Prairie, have two sons, Tanner and Carter, the Sr. Director of Football Recruiting for Indiana University.

Matt Bird - Grand Ledge High School - Grand Ledge, MI
Matt Bird has been the Head Coach at Grand Ledge High School for ten seasons, compiling a record of 70-33 over that time. He served as Grand Ledge’s Offensive Coordinator prior to taking over as the Head Coach and helped the Comets win an MHSAA State Championship in 2000. During his coaching tenure, he has had six quarterbacks awarded with All-State honors. In 2015, Grand Ledge reached the State Semi-Finals and broke the school’s season scoring record with 478 points scored. Coach Bird was honored as the AP Coach of the Year and Lansing State Journal Coach of the Year in 2015. He has three children with his wife of 20 years, Jamie.

Roger Harriott - St. Thomas Aquinas High School - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Coach Roger Harriott has become a fixture in Florida’s football landscape over the past decade. After starting a football program at University School in 2006, he compiled five district championships, two regional championships, and a state championship in 2012. He took a job at Florida Atlantic in 2014 as the Assistant Head Coach and Running Backs Coach. With a shared workload in the backfield, Coach Harriott saw five of his Owl rushers finish the season with a yards per carry average above four. He stayed at FAU for only one season, as he was presented with the opportunity to take over at his alma mater, St. Thomas Aquinas, in 2015. In his first season back at Aquinas, he led them to a Class 7A State Championship and a Top 25 National Ranking. He was also named a finalist for the 2015 Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year award.

Rob Biasotti - St. Thomas Aquinas High School - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Rob Biasotti started his teaching and coaching career at St. Thomas Aquinas in 1999. A 1986 graduate of Aquinas, Biasotti serves as the school’s Dean of Students, as well as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the football program. He is a Certified Performance Enhancement Specialist by the National Academy of Sports Medicine and holds a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science. He was honored as the 2008 Under Armour High School Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year and his work at Aquinas has helped make them one of the most successful high school football programs in the nation.

Kevin Wright - IMG Academy - Bradenton, FL
Coach Kevin Wright is currently the Head Coach of IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. Last year in his first season with the Ascenders, Coach Wright led his team to an undefeated season and a no. 4 ranking in the final USA Today’s Super 25 national high school football poll. Before joining IMG Academy in April 2015, Coach Wright was top-ranked Carmel (IN) High School’s head coach for five seasons. During his tenure, Coach Wright led his team to three state finals, claiming the Class 6A title in 2011 when his team ended the year ranked no. 8 in the country by USA Today. Prior to joining Carmel, Kevin served as Western Kentucky University’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach while leading the school’s transition into Division IA. Coach Wright is the son of legendary Larry “Bud” Wright, one of the top-25 all-time winningest coaches in the history of high school football.

Augie Hoffmann - St. Joseph Regional High School - Montvale, NJ
Augie Hoffmann is entering his third season as the Head Coach of St. Joseph Regional High School. After graduating from St. Joseph in 1999, he attended Boston College, where he was a three year starter on the Eagles’ offensive line. In 2003, Hoffmann was named First Team All-Big East and was also awarded the Scanlon Award, the highest honor bestowed upon any Boston College football player. After graduating from Boston College, he spent three seasons with the New Orleans Saints. He returned to St. Joseph in 2009 and was named Head Football Coach at the end of the 2013 season. This past season, he led the Green Knights to a berth in the Non-Public Group 4 Championship Game. Augie and his wife Drew have one son, August IV.

Marvin Sanders - Loyola High School - Los Angeles, CA
Marvin Sanders just completed his third year at the helm of the Loyola Cubs Football Program. Sanders led the Cubs to a 9-3 record and a victory in the first round of the Pac-5 conference playoffs. He has served as the main catalyst in the turnaround of this program that had won 3 games prior to his arrival and had not won a playoff game in over a decade. Coach Sanders has 21 seasons of collegiate coaching experience, including stops at Nebraska, North Carolina, Florida Atlantic, and USC. He has seen several of his former players selected in the NFL Draft, including first round draft picks Prince Amukamara and Fabian Washington. Sanders played his college football at Nebraska, playing a part in four 10-win seasons and earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration during his time there.

Eric Kasperowicz - Pine-Richland High School - Gibsonia, PA
Eric Kasperowicz enters his 4th year as Head Coach of the Pine-Richland Rams and has a career record of 30-8. Last season, as the defending AAAA WPIAL Champions and PA State Runner-up, Pine-Richland finished 10-2 and lost a heartbreaker in the WPIAL Semi-Finals. Coach Kasperowicz graduated from North Hills High School where he was a four-year starter at Quarterback and Safety. He led the Indians to a WPIAL AAAA Championship and the school’s first PA State Championship. In 1994, he was selected as a Parade All-American, alongside Peyton Manning, and then went on to play linebacker at the University of Pittsburgh where he started for two seasons. After his playing days were over, he spent eleven years as an assistant coach under the legendary Coach Jack McCurry, before heading to Pine-Richland.

Mike Nunziato - Total Nunziato Training - Elmwood Park, NJ
Mike Nunziato has over a decade of high-level Sports Performance Training experience. He is the owner and founder of Total Nunziato Training (TNT), which he has seen grow into one of the top Training Centers in New Jersey, operating in three locations across the state. In addition, he serves as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for Paramus Catholic’s Football Program and Bergen Catholic’s Wrestling Program. He has trained some of the top athletes to come out of New Jersey in the past fifteen years, including players such as Jabrill Peppers and Rashan Gary. Nunziato played college football at Monmouth University while earning a degree in Health Studies. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, specializing in Strength, Speed, and Plyometric Training. During the off-season, Coach Nunziato helps many pro players train, as well as helping collegiate players prepare for the combine.

Jerry Hood - Clay-Chalkville High School - Pinson, AL
Coach Jerry Hood started his career as an assistant coach at McAdory (AL) High School in 1993. Hood moved to Clay-Chalkville, as an assistant, in 1996 to help open Clay-Chalkville High. He spent ten seasons at Oak Mountain (AL) High School, starting as the Defensive Coordinator in 1999 and eventually becoming the Head Coach in 2004. In 2009, he became the Head Coach at Clay-Chalkville, and he has just finished his seventh season with the Cougars. They have reached the Class 6A State Finals in back to back years, coming away victorious in 2014. He was named USA TODAY’s Alabama Coach of the Year as well as the Alabama Football Coaches Association Coach of the Year in 2014. He has a career record of 106-38, including a record of 77-11 at Clay-Chalkville.

Bob Head - West Orange High School - Winter Garden, FL
Bob Head began his tenure at West Orange High School in 2013 after spending nine seasons at nearby Olympia High School. Since taking over at West Orange, he has helped recharge and revitalize the program and the school. His Warriors have a combined record of 32-3 over the past three seasons and reached the Class 8A State Semifinals in 2015. Prior to his time at Olympia, Coach Head spent several years in the college ranks, holding several assistant coach positions at various schools, and helping Georgetown College reach the NAIA National Championship Game. Since 2012, he has twice been awarded with Coach of the Year honors, once at Olympia and once at West Orange.

Tim Tyrrell - Archbishop Hoban High School - Akron, OH
Tim Tyrrell is a 1998 graduate of Youngstown State University where he was a part of three football National Championships under Head Coach Jim Tressel. After graduation, he joined the Youngstown State coaching staff, staying on board through 2001. In 2002, he was hired to be the Head Coach of St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Louisville, OH. He spent six seasons at Aquinas before becoming the Head Coach at Chaminade-Madonna College Prep in 2008 and was named the South Florida Coach of the Year in 2009. He returned home in 2012 to become the Head Coach of Archbishop Hoban High School. This past season, Coach Tyrrell led Hoban to a 14-1 record and won the OHSAA Division III State Championship. After the 2015 season, he was honored as the USA TODAY Ohio Coach of the Year, the Akron Touchdown Club Coach of the Year, and the Paul Brown High School Coach of the Year.


Juan Castillo - Offensive Line Coach - Baltimore Ravens
Juan Castillo, a 34-year coaching veteran, is entering his fourth season with the Ravens and his third as the team’s offensive line coach. Castillo was promoted to guide the offensive line in 2014 after serving as the Ravens’ run game coordinator in 2013. He originally joined the team as a consultant prior to Super Bowl XLVII in January 2013. In 2015, the Ravens offensive line allowed only 24 sacks, which was the third fewest allowed in the NFL. Previously, Castillo worked with the Philadelphia Eagles for 18 seasons in various roles. As the Eagles’ offensive line coach in 2010, they became the first team in NFL history to average more at least 4.0 yards per carry in all 16 games.

Marty Mornhinweg - Quarterbacks Coach - Baltimore Ravens
Marty Mornhinweg is in his second year as the Ravens’ quarterbacks coach. Prior to his 2015 Baltimore arrival, the 22-year NFL coaching veteran spent the 2013-14 seasons as offensive coordinator of the New York Jets. In his first campaign with the Ravens, Mornhinweg helped Baltimore rack up a franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards (266.9 ypg) and the second-most total net yards in team history (5,749). The Ravens were able to accomplish these feats during an injury-riddled campaign in which four different starting QBs (Joe Flacco, Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen & Ryan Mallett) were used for the first time in franchise history. Prior to his season-ending knee injury, Flacco, who missed the final six games, was on pace to throw for a career-high 4,466 yards.

Bobby Engram - Wide Receivers Coach - Baltimore Ravens
Bobby Engram, who enjoyed a 14-year NFL playing career, is entering his third season as the Ravens’ wide receivers coach. In 2015, the Ravens had the eighth best passing offense in the NFL, coming in at 266.9 yards per game, despite a season ending injury to WR Steve Smith and injuries to multiple quarterbacks. Under Engram’s tutelage, Kamar Aiken, who had been a career practice squad player, has developed into one of the most reliable receivers in the NFL, nearly eclipsing the 1,000-yard mark in 2015. Engram’s successful NFL playing career spanned 14 seasons (1996-2009) and three teams (Chicago, Seattle and Kansas City). Originally a second-round draft pick by the Bears, Engram played in 176 career games, totalling 650 receptions for 7,751 yards and 35 TDs.

Thomas Hammock - Running Backs Coach - Baltimore Ravens
Thomas Hammock is entering his third year as the Ravens’ running backs coach. He has been instrumental in the development of Justin Forsett, who has become one of the premier backs in the NFL since he joined the Ravens. Prior to joining the Ravens, Hammock spent 11 years on the collegiate coaching circuit, including the final three as the University of Wisconsin’s assistant head coach, running backs coach, and recruiting coordinator. During that 11-year span, Hammock twice coached the country’s leading rusher. In 2011, he guided Wisconsin RB Montee Ball to a nation-leading 1,923 rushing yards, while also tutoring Northern Illinois’ Garrett Wolfe, who in 2006 registered an NCAA-best 1,928 rushing yards. Hammock played running back at Northern Illinois, finishing 9th on the school’s all-time rushing list and earning a degree in Marketing.

Don Martindale - Linebackers Coach - Baltimore Ravens
Don Martindale is in his fifth year with the Baltimore Ravens. From 2012-15, he coached the team’s inside linebackers, but starting in 2016, he now leads the entire unit. With Martindale’s guidance, third-year LB C.J. Mosley has developed into one of the league’s top inside ‘backers. Since 2014, Mosley is the only NFL defender to tally at least 225 tackles, 5 sacks and 2 INTs.Martindale was the Broncos’ defensive coordinator in 2010, and in 2009, coached all four linebackers in Denver’s 3-4 scheme. During that ‘09 campaign, OLB Elvis Dumervil earned first-team All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors after registering 17 sacks on the season. He originally entered the NFL in 2004, spending five seasons with the Oakland Raiders. Prior to that, he spent eleven season in the collegiate ranks, spending time with both John and Jack Harbaugh at Cincinnati and Western Kentucky, respectively.

Joe Cullen - Defensive Line Coach - Baltimore Ravens
Joe Cullen is entering his first season as the defensive line coach with the Baltimore Ravens after spending the past two seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the same role. In 2015, his defensive line played a huge role in the Bucs’ defense finishing 10th in the NFL in total defense (340.4 ypg). They allowed only 100.4 yards per game on the ground, good for 11th in the NFL, and also finished with 38 sacks on the season. During his time in Tampa Bay, the young defensive line made tremendous strides in their development. Prior to joining the Bucs, he spent three seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Cullen was a four-year starter at nose guard at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, starting 45 straight games and earning Team MVP honors in 1989.

Leslie Frazier - Defensive Backs Coach - Baltimore Ravens
Leslie Frazier is entering his first season as the defensive backs coach with the Baltimore Ravens after spending the past two seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the defensive coordinator. Frazier is a highly-respected defensive mind and has 17 years of experience as an NFL coach. He served as the Head Coach of the Minnesota Vikings from 2011-2013 and took the Vikings to the NFL Playoffs in 2012 with a 10-6 record. He has coached with respected NFL veterans such as Andy Reid, Tony Dungy, and Marvin Lewis. He worked side by side with John Harbaugh during their time in Philadelphia, as they split the duties of coaching defensive backs. Frazier played college football at Alcorn State and went on to play five seasons with the Chicago Bears, winning Super Bowl XX with them in 1985 after leading the team in interceptions that season.


Art Briles - Head Coach - Baylor University
Art Briles became Baylor's 25th head coach on Nov. 28, 2007, ushering in a new era and a new attitude to the storied Bears football program. From his first game on the sidelines in Waco it was quickly evident that the Briles regime was underway at Baylor; from the innovative offense, to the reintroduction of a solid running game, to improved recruitment, to refusal to accept moral victories, and in short order – wins, top 25 rankings, bowl games and championships. Briles is a proven developer of pro talent, evidenced in the NFL Draft where his protégés include a pair of first-rounders in both the 2012 (second pick QB Robert Griffin III and 20th pick WR Kendall Wright) and 2011 (21st pick DL Phil Taylor and 23rd pick OL Danny Watkins) drafts as well as the first lineman selected in 2009 (second overall pick OL Jason Smith), the first receiver selected in 2008 (33rd pick Donnie Avery of Houston) and the third QB selected in 2007 (36th pick Kevin Kolb of UH). His ability to recruit and coach elite quarterbacks is illustrated by the highly successful collegiate passers Briles has mentored, including Petty (Baylor), Nick Florence (Baylor), Griffin III (Baylor/Redskins), Case Keenum (Houston/Texans), Kolb (Houston/Eagles) and Kliff Kingsbury (Texas Tech/Jets). Briles played wide receiver for the Houston Cougars from 1974-1977, helping Houston capture the 1976 Southwest Conference Championship and a victory in the 1977 Cotton Bowl against Maryland.

Frank Beamer - Retired Head Coach - Virginia Tech University
Frank Beamer accepted the head coaching job at his alma mater, Virginia Tech, in 1987 and set a goal for the Virginia Tech football program to reach a consistent level of excellence. The Hokies have come a long way since then, and, along the way, Beamer became one of the most respected and successful coaches in college football. Under Beamer, Tech football enjoyed unprecedented success with 23 consecutive bowl appearances, four ACC titles, five ACC Coastal Division crowns, three Big East Conference titles, six BCS appearances, two “major” bowl victories and a trip to the national championship game. Under his guidance, the Hokies finished in the Top 20 in 16 of the past 23 seasons, including four top-10 finishes during the past 11 years. Beamer, who was the consensus National Coach of the Year in 1999, was the active leader among Division I FBS coaches in victories with 280 wins over 35 seasons as a head coach, prior to his retirement at the conclusion of the 2015 season. During his undergraduate days at Tech, Beamer started three years as a cornerback and played on the Hokies’ 1966 and 1968 Liberty Bowl teams.

John Harbaugh - Head Coach - Baltimore Ravens
John Harbaugh became the Head Coach of the Baltimore Ravens in 2008 after a ten-year stint with the Philadelphia Eagles as a Special Teams Coordinator and Secondary Coach. While there were some skeptics to his appointment, he silenced his critics by taking the Ravens to the AFC Championship Game. His success only grew from there and he quickly became one of the top head coaches in all of football. In fact, he achieved historic success for a first-time head coach. Harbaugh is the only head coach in NFL history to win at least one playoff game in six of the first seven seasons of a coaching career. Baltimore’s 10 playoff victories under Harbaugh (since 2008) rank as the NFL’s most; seven of those wins have come on the road, which is also an NFL best. Harbaugh is the only head coach in NFL history to win a playoff game in each of his first four and five seasons. He reached the pinnacle in 2012 as the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers and his brother, Jim Harbaugh. John and Jim Harbaugh are the only head coaches in NFL history to reach three conference championships in their first five seasons of being a head coach. In 2014, Harbaugh was inducted into Miami (OH) University’s Cradle of Coaches, joining names like Paul Brown, Ara Parseghian, and Bo Schembechler. He played defensive back for the Redhawks and was given the Football Scholar Athlete Award during his time there. He and his wife, Ingrid, are very active in the community, working with various charities and organizations to help better the lives of others.

Marc Trestman - Offensive Coordinator - Baltimore Ravens
Marc Trestman is in his second season as the Ravens’ offensive coordinator. In his first year (2015), Trestman’s offense recorded the second-most total net yards in team history (5,749), finishing 89 short of the 2014 record. Baltimore, which started four different quarterbacks (Joe Flacco, Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen and Ryan Mallett) for the first time in franchise history, ranked No. 14 in total offense (eighth passing & 26th rushing). The Ravens set a franchise record by averaging 266.9 passing yards per game, thanks in part to a unit that allowed the NFL’s third-fewest sacks (24) in 2015. Trestman joined the Ravens following a two-year stint (2013-14) as the Chicago Bears’ head coach. With more than 32 years of coaching experience both in the pros and in college, Trestman has been the offensive coordinator for five NFL teams. Trestman, who has tutored the likes of Hall of Famer Steve Young and four-time Pro Bowler Rich Gannon, served as the Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator in 2002, helping them finish the season as the top overall offense in the NFL and a berth in Super Bowll XXXVII. Trestman played college football at the University of Minnesota, where he backed up Tony Dungy, and Moorhead State.

Dean Pees - Defensive Coordinator - Baltimore Ravens
Dean Pees, the sixth defensive coordinator in team history, is in his fifth season leading the Ravens’ defense. Pees, one of eight defensive coordinators in NFL history to coach in a Super Bowl with two different teams, directs the acclaimed Baltimore unit, whose history speaks for itself. Always among the league leaders in the top defensive categories, the 2015 Ravens ranked No. 8 in total defense (337.4 ypg), marking the 11th time the unit has finished in the NFL’s Top 10 over the past 13 seasons (2003-15). In 2014, Baltimore allowed the sixth-fewest points (18.9) and eighth-fewest yards per game (336.9). Pees’ defense also was the No. 2 red zone unit, permitting a 42.6% TD conversion rate in 2014. Over the past two seasons (2014-15), the Ravens have produced the NFL’s fourth-most sacks (86). Baltimore has also ranked in the Top 7 in red zone defense in 11 of the last 12 years (2004-15). Pees originally joined the Ravens in 2010 as linebackers coach. Prior to joining the Ravens, he spent six seasons with the New England Patriots. During his tenure in New England, his defenses allowed fewer than 20 points per game in every season, the best run in the Bill Belichick era by any coordinator.

Jerry Rosburg - Special Teams Coordinator - Baltimore Ravens
Jerry Rosburg, a 38-year coaching veteran, has guided an exceptional special teams group over his eight seasons (2008-15) with the Ravens. During his tenure in Baltimore, the Ravens have produced the NFL’s best kickoff return average (25.4) and second-most KOR-TDs (tied with two teams at 6) from 2008-15. In the past five seasons (2011-15), Baltimore has 8 total kick return TDs (4 PR & 4 KOR), ranking as the NFL’s second most. Under Rosburg’s direction since 2008, six Ravens have earned Pro Bowl honors. In the past four seasons (2012-15), the Ravens’ special teams units have consistently been acknowledged as one of the league’s best. In the annual special teams report from senior NFL writer Rick Gosselin, Baltimore has been ranked in the NFL’s Top 5 for four-straight seasons, including first in 2015. No other NFL team has been in the Top 10 over the last four seasons. Rosburg was an All-American LB at North Dakota State and won Conference MVP honors in 1977.

Randy Brown - Kicking Consultant - Baltimore Ravens
Randy Brown joined the Ravens as a kicking consultant during the 2008 campaign. Brown has over 20 years of coaching and consulting experience that spans the NFL, college and high school ranks. With his guidance, Justin Tucker, who in 2014 became the most accurate kicker in NFL history, has connected on 130 of 148 career FG attempts. Brown has coached three Pro Bowl kickers during his time in Baltimore (Justin Tucker, Billy Cundiff, Matt Stover). Before joining the Ravens staff, Brown worked with the Philadelphia Eagles and Pro Bowl Kicker David Akers in 2004, helping him earn Pro Bowl honors.

Mike Martz - Retired NFL Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator
Mike Martz is a former NFL Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator with 36 years of total coaching experience, with 19 of those seasons coming in the NFL. Hired as a quarterbacks coach in 1992 by the Los Angeles Rams, he worked with the Rams for five seasons, before joining the Washington Redskins in 1997. Martz came back to the Rams in 1999 as the offensive coordinator under head coach Dick Vermeil and built one of the greatest offenses in NFL history. Nicknamed “The Greatest Show on Turf,” the Rams scored 526 points, the fourth highest total in NFL history, behind a little known emergency quarterback named Kurt Warner, who became the 1999 NFL MVP under Martz’ tutelage. The Rams went on to win Super Bowl XXXIV and Dick Vermeil said, “I can't think, in my history of coaching, of any assistant who came into an NFL franchise and made the immediate impact that Mike Martz did.” When Vermeil announced his retirement after the Super Bowl victory, Martz was promoted into the role of Head Coach. As the Head Coach, Martz took the Rams to the playoffs in four of his six seasons, including a trip to Super Bowl XXXVI against the New England Patriots. After his tenure in St. Louis ended in 2005, Martz went on to serve as the offensive coordinator for the Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers, and Chicago Bears, before announcing his retirement in 2012.

Teryl Austin - Defensive Coordinator - Detroit Lions
Teryl Austin joined the Detroit Lions as the team’s defensive coordinator in 2014 after spending the previous three seasons as the Baltimore Ravens defensive backs coach. In his first season at the helm of the Lions’ defense, Austin led one of the NFL’s most dominant units as Detroit finished the season ranked No. 2 in total defense (300.9 yards per game) and No. 1 in rushing defense (69.3 yards per game). In 2015, the Lions’ defense finished T-7th in the NFL in sacks, as Ziggy Ansah continued to develop into one of the game’s premier pass rushers. Austin’s coaching career began as a graduate assistant at Penn State, following a successful collegiate playing career. A three-year starter and four-year letterman at Pittsburgh, Austin played safety for the Panthers from 1984-87. He earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Pittsburgh in 1988.

Chris Foerster - Offensive Line Coach - Miami Dolphins
Chris Foerster is entering his first season as the offensive line coach of the Miami Dolphins. Foerster brings 23 years of NFL experience to Miami, including 20 years as an NFL offensive line coach. He spent one season as the Dolphins’ offensive coordinator in 2004 and returns to Miami from San Francisco, where he was the 49ers’ offensive line coach in 2015. Throughout his lengthy coaching career, Foerster has mentored six players that were selected to 15 Pro Bowls. Foerster came to San Francisco after spending five seasons (2010-14) as the offensive line coach for the Washington Redskins. Foerster worked for the 49ers (2008-09) and the Baltimore Ravens (2005-07) where he oversaw the offensive line for each team. He has also held coaching positions with the Indianapolis Colts (2002-03), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1996-2001), Minnesota Vikings (1993-95), University of Minnesota (1992), Stanford (1988-91) and his alma mater, Colorado State (1982-87). Foerster played center at Colorado State, beginning his career as a walk-on before earning a scholarship as a sophomore.