Special Guest Chat Friday: Rick Stockstill


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Stockstill has been Clemson's recruiting coordinator since 1999.

CLEMSON, SC -- TigerNet is pleased to announce that Clemson assistant coach Rick Stockstill
will be our special guest in TigerActive Chat this Friday, August 2 at 3:00 PM EST.
Stockstill will be chatting with Tiger fans for 45 minutes. Show up early and get your question
in. This will be the second chat for Stockstill on TigerNet. Here is a link to his previous chat:


Rick Stockstill Bio


COACHING EXPERIENCE: College - Offensive coordinator and quarterback coach at Bethune-Cookman College (1983-84) ... assistant head coach and wide receiver coach at the University of Central Florida (1985-88) ... assistant coach at Clemson (1989-present) ... quarterbacks coach (1989-91) ... passing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach (1992-1993) ... co-offensive coordinator and wide receiver coach (Dec. 1993-1995) ... wide receivers coach (1996-98) ... recruiting coordinator/wide receivers coach (1999-present).


PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Earned three letters in football from Florida State University ... 1981 FSU team captain.


EDUCATION: Graduated from Fernandina Beach High in Fernandina Beach, FL, in 1977 ... earned a B.S. degree in physical education from Florida State in 1982.


PERSONAL DATA: Born Rick Wilson Stockstill on December 23, 1959 in Sidney, OH ... married the former Sara Fleischman of Orlando, FL, on July 7, 1990 ... the couple has one son, Brent and one daughter, Emily

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