Former Alabama tight end Michael Nysewander is headed to Jacksonville, Ala., to become the next tight ends coach at Jacksonville State.

"Would like to take a minute and thank @Lane_Kiffin for close to 10 years of mentorship on and off the field as well as the city of Oxford and everyone I’ve met through @OleMissFB! Excited for the opportunity @RealCoachRod has given me to join his staff in Jacksonville," tweeted Nysewander.

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The walk-on saw time on the field on offense and special teams with the Crimson Tide. During his time at the Capstone, he recorded three receptions for 40 yards and two touchdowns, as well as one kick return for 16 yards, and seven tackles (four solo, three assisted).

His coaching careers consists of being the running backs assistant coach at Samford, assistant director of player development at Florida Atlantic, and most recently served as a senior analyst for Ole Miss. 

The Hoover, Ala., native joins a program that went 9-2 in 2022, including a perfect 5-0 in conference play.

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