Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney has hired a high school football assistant coach in Alabama as his new player development coach. According to the Shelby County Reporter, Briarwood Christian School offensive coordinator Joe Craddock accepted the position June 17th.
Craddock played quarterback at Middle Tennessee State where he passed for over 4000 yards and 27 touchdowns. He also spent some time in the Italian Football League. He spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator at his high school alma mater.
Craddock will work closely with Clemson offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Chad Morris.