Michigan football has officially announced a new hire and it is an offensive coach. Central Michigan assistant coach, recruiting coordinator, and tight ends coach Sherrone Moore will be taking his talents to Ann Arbor and coaching the tight ends.
Please join us in welcoming Sherrone Moore as our Tight Ends Coach! #GoBlue » https://t.co/Xgo8YkSats pic.twitter.com/ZLOiU0vdTU— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) January 15, 2018
Moore was put in the U-M athletic directory earlier this week, but now all has been revealed and we know what his title will be.
Moore is in his mid 30’s and his resume at both Central Michigan and Louisville is quite solid. Louisville was 20-3 in Moore’s tenure as tight ends coach, and his unit was productive in the passing game at Central Michigan.
Moore’s ability to recruit will come in handy, and his knowledge of football extends beyond the intricacies of coaching tight ends. Moore was an offensive lineman at Oklahoma, and his assistant coaching title at CMU shows he can help give advice to any player on the offensive side of the football.
While Moore may not be a “big name hire”, he could become a big part of what should be an improved Michigan football program in 2018 and beyond.