Nate Letton joined the Badgers in January 2023 and was promoted when Gino Guidugli left to coach at Notre Dame. He previously coached tight ends at the University of Cincinnati. So who is Nate Letton? Let’s take a closer look and get to know the Badgers’ tight-ends coach.
Who Is Nate Letton? Facts About The Badgers Coach
- As a linebacker, Letton secured ALL-SAA honorable mention accolades in 2014 by totaling 67 tackles and leading Centre to an undefeated season and conference championship.
- Before his time at Cincinnati, Letton coached at his alma mater, Centre College, from 2015-19. Letton led the wide receivers group in 2015, the tight ends in 2016, and the offensive line from 2017-19.
- Letton was selected to participate in the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) 35 Under 35 Coaches Leadership Institute at the 2023 convention.
- Letton was named tight ends coach in February 2023 after joining the Badgers as a quality control coach in January 2023.
Where Is Nate Letton From?
Letton is originally from Lexington, Kentucky. He graduated from Centre College in 2015 with a degree in biology and a minor in education. He coached at his alma mater from 2015-19 before heading to Cincinnati to coach under Fickell.
Nate Letton Coaching Experience
Letton does not have much coaching experience but has had success in all of his stops leading him to be one of the top young coaches in college football right now. He coached at Centre College, Cincinnati and now Wisconsin.
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