Elliott joins Clemson coaching staff

by - Senior Writer -
Photos: Furman SID

CLEMSON – TigerNet has confirmed that Furman wide receivers coach Tony Elliott will be joining the Clemson football staff.

At this point, it is not known if Elliott will coach running backs or another position. Elliott said in a phone conversation earlier this afternoon that he has “been a wide receivers coach for the past five years.”

It has been confirmed that Elliott is in the WestZone, has met with new offensive coordinator Chad Morris, and is moving into his new office. More to come.

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