apartments – dale alexanderA seasoned coach of 23 years who has spent the past five years teaching at Notre Dame, he joined the Georgia Tech football team as a broad reception coach and head coach. Jeff Collins announced on Monday.
Alexander comes to Georgia Tech after spending the past five seasons as a wide receiving coach at Notre Dame (2017-21). He helped lead the Fighting Irish to the Bowl games in each of his five years at Notre Dame, including two appearances at the College Football Playoff. While in South Bend, four models under Alexander’s tutelage were selected in the NFL draft, including second-round pick Chase Claepool (2020) and third-round pick Miles Boykin (2019).
“I am so excited to welcome Coach Alexander and his family to Georgia Tech,” Collins said. “Del’s experience and success as a player and coach will make him a great addition to our coaching staff and a huge asset to our players.”
Prior to Notre Dame, Alexander spent five years at Arizona State (2012-16), including four seasons as playing coordinator/wide reception coach and one season as tight coach. The Sun Devils attack relied heavily on Alexander’s wide receivers and narrow ends, with wide fronts accounting for 57 percent of the ASU touchdown and 61 percent of total yards in 2014. With Alexander at the helm of the air attack, Arizona made three bowl games and earned Two NFL picks, including third-round pick Jaelen Strong (2015).
Prior to joining the Arizona State side, Alexander coached wide receivers for five seasons in Wisconsin (2007-11), helping guide the Badgers to two major championships and five bowl appearances (including back-to-back Rose Bowls in 2010-11). . The Wisconsin offense rewrote the program’s record book with Alexander on the staff, passing a school record of 3,280 yards in 2011 and collecting another five yards in 2009.
Alexander’s career also includes stints as linebacker/assistant coach for special teams in San Diego (2005-2006), recruiting coordinator/wide receivers in Oregon (2003-2004), and passing game coordinator/wide receivers/quarterback (2001-01) ) and Wide Receivers/Quarterback (2002) at UNLV. He began his coaching career in Southern California as a Video Coordinator Assistant (1995) before interning as a Graduate Assistant (1996-1997). He also spent a year as a senior offensive assistant for his appearances with the San Diego Chargers (1999).
In total, he helped lead teams to 17 berths, including four trips to the Rose Bowl (1995 – USC; 2010-11 – Wisconsin; 2020 – Notre Dame), and two College Football stadiums.
“My family and I are so grateful for the opportunity Jeff gave us here at Georgia Tech,” Alexander said. “I look forward to joining a great team and working tirelessly day in and day out. The broad reception group is so talented and I can’t wait to help them develop further. (Georgia Tech Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends) Longtime coach (Chip) and I have had a lot of success together And I can’t wait to share the sideline with him again. Atlanta is an amazing city and I can’t wait to get to work.”
Alexander played a wide receiver for one season at West Los Angeles College in 1992 before ending his career in Southern California (1993-1994), where he graduated with a BA in Social Sciences/History in 1995. He and his wife, Starr, have three sons. : JD, Galen and Drew.
hometown: Los Angeles, California.
family: Wife: a star. Children: J.D., Galen and Drew.
Alma mater: Southern California (Bachelor, Social Science/History, 1995)
Game Experience (WR)
1992: College of West Los Angeles
1993-94: Southern California
1995: Southern California (Assistant Video Coordinator)
1996-97: Southern California (graduate assistant – tight ends)
1998: UNLV (wide receivers)
1999: San Diego Chargers (first attack assistant – backs)
2000-01: UNLV (Game Coordinator Traversal/Wide Receivers/Quarterback)
2002: UNLV (wide receiver / quarterback)
2003-2004: Oregon (Recruitment Coordinator/Widely Receivers)
2005-06: San Diego (Quarterback/Auxiliary Special Teams Coordinator)
2007-11: Wisconsin (wide receivers)
2012-15: Arizona State (game coordinator pass/wide receivers)
2016: Arizona State (narrow ends)
2017-21: Notre Dame (wide receivers)
2022: Georgia Tech (wide receivers)
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