Participated in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship Program with the Cleveland Browns during the 2015 Preseason Camp and assisted with the Running Backs. Coached the Running Backs at the University of New Haven during the spring of 2015. Participated in the NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship Program with the defending NFL Super Bowl Champions Seattle Seahawks during the 2014 Preseason Camp and assisted with the Tight Ends. Served as Head Football Coach at Elon University from 2013-2011. Elon competed in the Southern Conference at the Football Championship Series level. In 2013 the offense set a SoCon record at the Quarterback position with most Pass Attempts (209) without an interception. The offense also finished 3rd in conference play in both Pass Offense with an average of 232 yards per game and in Sacks Allowed with only allowing 9 in conference. The 2012 season Elon led the conference in Pass Offense and ranked 12th nationally in Passing Yards per game with 297 yards. All-American Wide Receiver Aaron Mellette finished 2nd nationally in Catches per game with over 8 catches and finished 3rd in the nation in Receiving Yards per game with 127 yards. The Wide Receiver participated in the 2013 Senior Bowl a first for an Elon football player. The receiver also competed in the NFL Combine and was drafted in the 2013 NFL Draft. In 2012 the defense ranked 5th in the nation in Pass Defense by allowing 157 passing yards per game. In recruiting, the 2012 Incoming Freshmen Class was ranked 3rd in the SoCon by Southern Pigskin. In 2011 the Elon Football Team beat 17th ranked Furman University in Greenville SC.

Coached the Running Backs at North Carolina State University under Head Coach Tom O’Brien from 2010-2007. The Wolfpack competed in two Bowl games during that time. The offense was led by Quarterback Russell Wilson. In 2010 the offense ranked 3rd in the ACC in Scoring Offense and finished the season with a Bowl Win. Recognized in 2010 by Rivals as one of the top recruiters in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). During the 2009 season helped coordinate the offense and call plays in the last two regular season games with a victory over the University of North Carolina. In 2008 Running Back Andre Brown gained over 1,000 all-purpose yards and was drafted in the 4th round of the 2009 NFL Draft.

While coaching the Running Backs at Boston College the football teams experienced historic accomplishments during the seasons from 1999 thru 2006. The Eagles competed in 8 consecutive Bowl Games while winning the last 7 in a row. Recruited Quarterback Matt Ryan and Linebacker Mark Herzlich who both became ACC Player of the Year. Coached All-American William Green who became the first Running Back drafted in the 2002 NFL Draft. Coached Derrick Knight who became the All-Time leading rusher at Boston College. From 1999 thru 2003 a Running Back gained over 1000 yards rushing during those seasons. Participated in the NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship Program with the Miami Dolphins in 2000 and the San Diego Chargers in 1999. Also, held the responsibility of being the NFL/Pro Liaison for both Boston College and NC State University.

Coached the Running Backs and Tight Ends at Northeastern University (Boston, MA) during the seasons of 1997 and 1998 and participated in the NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship Program with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1998. Appointed Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks coach at Holy Cross (Worcester, MA) in 1996 and prior coached the Wide Receivers at Boston University from 1995-1994. Became a Restricted Earnings coach at the University of Rhode Island in 1993 and assisted with the Tight Ends and Tackles. Started coaching career at Bates College (Lewiston, ME) in an Internship program in 1992 as the Running Backs Coach.

A scholarship student-athlete graduate from Boston College in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and was coached by two legendary coaches in Jack Bicknell and Tom Coughlin. Played both Running Back and Wide Receiver and was a two-time selection for the Big East Scholar of the Week during the 1991 season versus Michigan and Syracuse.

A native of Seekonk, Massachusetts and a member of the Seekonk Hall of Fame. An All American and All-State student-athlete in High School for both Football and Track & Field. The New England Regional Champion in the 200 meters in 1988 and the Massachusetts State Champion in the 100 meters in 1987. Married with two daughters and a son.