|Alma mater||Georgia Tech & Ohio State|
|Position(s)||Wide Receiver, Cornerback, and Safety|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|2015||Ohio State (Intern)|
|2016–2017||Ohio State (GA)|
|2018-2019||Ohio State (Quality Control)|
|2020-present||Ohio State (QB)|
Corey Dennis is a former college football player and is the current Quarterbacks Coach for The Ohio State Buckeyes football team.
Dennis played Quarterback and Wide Receiver for Charles Henderson High School. As a senior in 2010, Dennis became the first player in the history of the school to both rush and pass for over 1,000 yards.
Dennis played for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets from 2011-2014. He was active in all three phases of the game, serving as a receiver on offense, playing in the secondary on defense, and playing on special teams. During his time with the Yellow Jackets, he played in all 54 games, won two ACC Division titles, and played in four bowl games.
Coach Dennis began his career as an Intern for Ohio State during the 2015 season, and worked as a Graduate Assistant on offense for the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
In July 2018, Coach Dennis was promoted to a Senior Quality Control coach, working with Wide Receivers and Quarterbacks alongside coaches Brian Hartline and Ryan Day.
Coach Dennis is currently married to the former Nicki Meyer, and is Urban Meyer's son-in-law. Corey and Nicki have two sons: Troy and Gray. The Dennis family currently resides in Dublin, Ohio.
Dennis graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in Business Administration in 2014, and from The Ohio State University in 2017 with a degree in Sports Management.
College head coaches under whom Corey Dennis has served:
- Urban Meyer: Ohio State (2015-2018)
- Ryan Day: Ohio State (2019-present)
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