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Corey Edsall

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Corey Edsall
Current position
TitleTight Ends Coach
TeamConnecticut
ConferenceIndependent
Biographical details
Born (1992-08-13) August 13, 1992 (age 28)
Boston, Massachusetts
Alma materMaryland
Playing career
2011Syracuse
Position(s)Quarterback
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2012 - 2014Maryland (SA)
2015Colorado (Intern)
2016Colorado (GA)
2017-presentConnecticut (TE)

Corey Edsall (born August 13,1992) is an American college football coach and former player. He played college football at Syracuse and is currently the tight ends coach at Connecticut [1].

Early life[edit]

A native of Glastonbury, CT., Edsall was a four-year letterwinner in football at East Catholic High School. He was a Connecticut High School Coaches Association all-state selection as a senior in 2010. He played Quarterback at Syracuse in 2011 for Doug Marrone and was named to the Big East all-academic team that season [1]. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in family science [2].

Coaching career[edit]

He started his coaching career as a student assistant at the University of Maryland in 2012 and worked in that capacity through the 2014 season. The Terrapins went to two bowl games during those three seasons.[2] After he received his degree in 2015, Edsall joined Mike MacIntyre’s staff at Colorado. He joined the program in 2015 and worked as a football intern. He became a Graduate Assistant in 2016 where the Buffaloes had the biggest turn around in Pac-12 Conference single season history. Colorado went 10-4 and won the Pac-12 South Championship and appeared in the 2016 Pac-12 Football Championship Game against the Washington Huskies. The Buffaloes appeared in the 2016 Alamo Bowl that season.[3]. After Colorado, in 2017, he was named the tight ends coach at Connecticut[3]. In his first season, the UConn tight ends combined for 22 catches, 285 yards and 2 touchdowns. Alec Bloom was also named to the 2017 preseason John Mackey Award watch list. [4]. In 2018 Tyler Davis tied for second in single-season history with six touchdown catches for a tight end. Davis also ranked tenth in the American Athletic Conference among all players in touchdown receptions and first among tight ends. The six touchdown catches for Davis ranked first on the team among all receivers [5]. Aaron McLean ranked second on the team with 32 receptions. The duo combined for 54 catches for 633 yards and eight touchdowns in 2018. In 2019, Jay Rose ranked fourth among tight ends in the American Athletic Conference with 27 catches, and fifth in touchdowns with two. He also tied for third in receptions for the team in 2019 [6].

Personal[edit]

Edsall grew up in Glastonbury, CT and graduated from East Catholic High School in 2011. He then went on to play at Syracuse University in 2011 for Doug Marrone before graduating from the University of Maryland in 2015. His father is Randy Edsall, who is the head football coach at Connecticut [7].

References[edit]

  1. "BIG EAST ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM". cuse.com. Retrieved 3 February 2012.
  2. "Corey Edsall Colorado Bio". cubuffs.com. Retrieved 12 February 2017.
  3. Anthony, Mike. "Edsall Names 4 To UConn Staff, Including Son Corey, Who Won't Report To Coach". courant.com. Hartford Courant. Retrieved 9 January 2017.
  4. "2017 John Mackey Award Watch List". NCAA.com. Retrieved 14 July 2017.
  5. "Could Tyler Davis Set These Jaguars' Rookie Records?". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 22 June 2020.
  6. "Corey Edsall UConn Bio". uconnhuskies.com. UConn Huskies. Retrieved 10 December 2019.
  7. "Appeal dropped in UConn's Edsall nepotism case". ESPN.com. ESPN. Retrieved 3 March 2019.

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