WVU Alum Named One of College Football’s ‘Rising Stars’ in Coaching

WVU Alum Named One of College Football's 'Rising Stars' in Coaching

Previous West Virginia cornerback Brandon Napoleon was just recently called to FootballScoop’s 2022 Minority Watch List/Rising Stars in coaching.

The 28-year-old just recently approved a deal from Spiritual Heart to end up being the group’s cornerback’s instructor after offering one year as a graduate aide at Buffalo.

Napoleon invested 2 years at WVU prior to moving to Northern Iowa. He additionally made a quit at Georgetown University, an NAIA college in Kentucky prior to completing his college job at Kansas Wesleyan.

Appearing of secondary school, Napoleon was a very hired two-way professional athlete out of St. Peter’s Preparation in Jacket City, New Jacket. Napoleon was a dual-threat quarterback and also was intending to gain a chance there prior to making the permanent choice to remain on the protective side of the round. In 10 job video games, Napoleon tape-recorded 3 deals with and also had a fumble recuperation versus Texas Technology in 2013. He included deepness at edge and also played most of his breaks on unique groups.

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Soon after ending up his playing job, Napoleon relocated right into the mentoring occupation. He made his initial chance at Susquehanna College as the cornerback’s instructor. Napoleon invested the 2020 period as a graduate aide at Midwestern State which lies in Wichita Falls, Texas. Before approving the task at Buffalo, Napoleon was readied to be the protective backs instructor at Geneva University.

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