Notre Dame Expected to Name Chansi Stuckey its Next Receivers Coach

According to sources linked to the situation, Irish Illustrated has learned that Notre Dame is expected to appoint Chansi stuckey his next receiver trainer. Stuckey has joined the Baylor coaching team as a receivers coach ahead of the 2021 season and is expected to travel to South Bend to join the Fighting Irish squad under the direction of the head coach. Marcus Freeman.

The news was first reported by The Athletic’s Pete Sampson.

Speaking to sources connected here, Stuckey “is the next big name” in this role and “will be a rockstar in the field and in recruiting” at Notre Dame.

Stuckey has joined the Baylor coaching staff after an outstanding 2020 season at Clemson where he helped his alma mater win the 2020 ACC Championship and take his sixth consecutive place in the college football playoffs. He spent two seasons on the staff at Clemson, most recently in an attacking player development role in 2020 and as a graduate assistant in 2019.

Stuckey played the role of quarterback and wide receiver for the Tigers from 2003 to 2006. The 2006 first-team All-ACC selection ended his career with 141 career receptions for 1,760 yards and seven touchdowns.

Following his career at Clemson, Stuckey spent five seasons in the NFL from 2007-2011 with the New York Jets, Cleveland Browns and Arizona Cardinals after being selected in the seventh round of the 2007 NFL Draft.

A native of Warner Robins, Ga., Stuckey graduated from Clemson in 2006 with a management degree. He and his wife, Summer, have a son, Aiden.

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