Michigan reportedly offers job to Kentucky tight ends coach Vince Marrow
Kentucky tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator Vince Marrow has reportedly been offered a job by Michigan's newly-appointed head coach Jim Harbaugh.
Bill Greene of Per Scout. com has reported that Mr. Harbaugh has offered a job. Greene added that the job offered by Michigan's new head coach is either a tight ends coaching job or a running backs job.
However, the recruiting ace from the Southeastern Conference has not yet made any decision on Mr. Harbaugh's reported offer, and a decision might not be made until at least next week.
A few days back, a report published in the Louisville Courier-Journal suggested that Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops didn't expect Marrow to quit his current job.
Marrow, a native of Youngstown, Ohio, is well known as an efficient recruiter in recruiting circles of the game. He has played a key role in Kentucky's recent recruiting boon under Stoops. It was with Marrow's help that Mr. Stoops and Kentucky managed to land the No. 17 overall recruiting class nationally last season.
The 46-year-old recruiting coordinator has had coaching stops in National Football League Europe, Nebraska, Toledo and most recently Kentucky.
Previously, some unconfirmed reports suggested that Michigan has hired former USC offensive line coach Tim Drevno as its new offensive coordinator, John Morton as new wide receivers coach and Brady Hoke's former defensive coordinator Greg Mattison as a staffer in some role.
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