Justin Stepp hired as new RB coach at App State


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Clemson graduate assistant coach Justin Stepp has been hired to coach running backs at App. State.

Bio from Clemsontigers.com:

Responsibilities: Graduate assistant coach who works with the offense during practice...in charge of the breakdown of opponents.
Playing Experience: Wide receiver and punt returner who lettered at Furman from 2003-06...his team won the 2004 SoCon title...All-SoCon selection in 2005,06...finished fourth in career receptions at Furman.
Coaching Experience: Wide receivers coach at North Greenville in 2008...video graduate assistant (offense) at Clemson in 2009,10.
Education: Earned a degree in health & exercise science from Furman in 2007.
Personal: Born July 7, 1983 in Pelion, SC...his brother, Josh, played quarterback at Newberry from 2004-06 and was an All-American...single.

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