Marion Hobby, who has been the Co-Defensive Coordinator and Defensive End Coach seems set to become the next Defensive Line Coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Over the last several years Hobby has worked with some of the most talented defensive players and specifically lineman in the entire country. He's worked with Vic Beasley, Shaq Lawson, Kevin Dodd and many more while at Clemson and has helped lead one of the most dominant defensive fronts in college football for the last six seasons, and was rewarded earlier this month with a National Title.
Prior to joining Clemson Hobby worked in the NFL as the Saints Defensive End Coach and had several jobs in college including various positions at Duke, Tennessee, and Ole Miss.
During his playing days Hobby was a defensive end for Tennessee Volunteers from 1986-1989 and played for the Patriots from 1990-1992.
Hobby's recent experience with some of the most talented defensive lineman on earth will serve him and the young Jaguars defensive line well. Hobby will have plenty of tools to work with in Yannick Ngakoue, Malik Jackson, Dante Fowler, Roy Miller, and Sen'Derrick Marks and could have a new shiny toy following the first round of the draft in late April.
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