West Virginia hires wide receivers coach

West Virginia hires wide receivers coach
West Virginia hires wide receivers coach

On Monday, West Virginia head coach Neal Brown announced Bilal Marshall as the Mountaineers’ new wide receivers coach.

“I am thrilled to have Bilal returning as receivers coach,” Brown said in a statement from WVU. “He came here as one of our graduating assistant coaches three years ago, has done an outstanding job and has been a tremendous asset to our program, not only on the field but with our recruiting efforts. I can’t wait for him to join our program again.

Former receivers coach Tony Washington left for the same position at Liberty where he will reunite with head coach Jamey Chadwell after a season at Morgantown.

Washington spent two seasons on Chadwell’s team at Coastal Carolina (2020-21) before taking the job at WVU.

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Marshall was a graduate assistant at WVU for two years (2020-21) and worked with receivers during his time with the program. Last season, Marshall landed his first full-time college coaching job as a receivers coach at VMI.

Marshall played wide receiver at Purdue from 2013 to 2016 and had 47 receptions for 549 yards and three touchdowns during his career. Before making his coaching debut as an offensive coordinator at Champagnat High School in Florida, Marshall played a year of professional football with the Ottawa Red Blacks of the CFL.

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. West Virginia hires coach receivers wide

. West Virginia hires wide receivers coach

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