TheClemsonInsider.com has confirmed that former Clemson receiver Tony Elliott will be joining the staff of head coach Dabo Swinney. Tony is currenlty in the WestZone meeting with the Clemson staff, including new offensive coordinator Chad Morris.
Elliott played for the Tigers from 1999-2003. In 2003 Tony caught 23 passes for 286 yards.
The former Tiger was hired as the receivers coach at South Carolina State in 2006.
Elliott’s background as a player and a coach is with the receivers. At this point we have not been able to confirm if he will be coaching running backs at Clemson or perhaps another position.
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