Gamecocks are appointed to employ a Defense Coordinator

Gamecocks are appointed to employ a Defense Coordinator

Update: 4:20 pm – confirmed a Bet Tamil report that South Carolina is finalizing a deal to hire Clayton White as its defense coordinator. The terms of the deal are unknown at this point. Stay tuned for for more developments on this training news.

Original story – South Carolina coach Shane Bimmer He was hired for employment Clayton White As his defense coordinator, according to a report According to Bet Tamil from Yahoo Sports. White, a Three times (2017, 2019, and 2020) Frank Brooks Award nominee has just concluded his fourth season as a defense coordinator in Western Kentucky and a corner coach.

Wyatt’s coaching career
2003: Sanderson (NC) HS (defensive appearance)
2004-05: West Carolina (defensive appearance / recruiting coordinator)
2006: Western Michigan (defensive / special team appearance)
2007-09: Stanford (defensive appearance)
2010: WKU (Joint Special Team Coordinator / Defensive Backs)
2011-12: Connecticut (Special Team Coordinator / Fullback)
2013-16: North Carolina (Joint Special Teams / Safety Coordinator)
2017-2020: WKU (Defense Coordinator / Cornerbacks)

In 2017, White’s first season as Defensive Coordinator, Western Kentucky Passing defense ranked number 5 nationally in allowing 11 passes in touchdowns. A year later, the Hilltoppers remained brave in the red with a lane rating of 103.41 permitted, good for the sixth best nationally mark and the second best mark at the USA Conference. In 2019, WKU produced the top 25 overall defense in Season 3 of the White 4-2-5 chart. WKU only allowed 20.1 overall points per game, which was the program’s lowest mark since 2004 and number 22 in FBS. Last season, they averaged 25.33 points and 348.8 yards in foul total.

Here is information on White’s career prior to taking office in Western Kentucky: Via

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In North Carolina, Josh Jones drove the Wolfpack Safety in 109 handles and three interceptions. North Carolina’s defense ranked No. 24 nationally, allowing only 352.8 yards per game, and eighth nationally in rapid defense, limiting opponents to 108.5 yards per game on the ground. It was the second consecutive season that Wolfpack defense scored the top 30 national rankings.

In 2015, Wolfpack Defense was ranked 29th in FBS in total defense, 39th in burst defense, 36th in permitted passing yards, 29th in first down defense, 42th in interceptions, 34th in third down defense and 35th in TFL and bags. North Carolina was also one of only two FBS schools to finish in the top twenty in both Kickoff Return and Punt Return. The defensive back of NC State Dontae Johnson, a white schoolboy, was selected in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers.

Prior to his time at Raleigh, White spent two seasons in Connecticut (2011-12) coordinating special teams and leading full-backs. While at Storrs, both Huskies tied for the lead nationally with three penalties for relegation and led the Grand East with an average return of 12.5 kicks, which is good for 18th place nationally. Lyle McCombs was successively named FWAA Freshman All-American Under White’s supervision, becoming the second husky to push over 1,000 yards in his new campaign.

White spent one season at Bowling Green on Team # 1 Willie Taggart in 2010 and helped build the WKU program during FCS’s transition to FBS. Help sign future WKU stars including Cam Thomas, Xavius ​​Boyd, Bar’ee Boyd and Tyree Robinson in the signature category of 2010.

A three-year spell at Stanford preceded his first stint at The Hill as he coached Cardinal’s defensive backs, including NFL Pro Bowler Richard Sherman, future NFL players Michael Thomas, Johnson Bademosi and Delano Howell. The Cardinal rose to 14th in the polls in 2009 and reached the bowl game for the first time since 2001 that year.

White had also spells in West Michigan (2006) and West Carolina (2004-05) after a three-year career in the NFL with the New York Giants (2001-02) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2003). White, a three-year Letterman full-back in North Carolina (1997-2000), finished his career with his own name by writing the Wolfpack Record in several categories including professional loss interventions (33), loss remedies for one season (16) and tackles In one match (23).

White graduated in 2001 with a degree in Sports Administration from North Carolina, and his wife, Kelly, has two children, Chase and Macy.

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