Name WV MetroNews West West Travis Trickett as a final piece of Neal Brown team

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The majority of West Virginia's new Neal Brown training team are in West Virginia, but their tenth and final hiring are linked to the event of the program as possible.

Travis Trickett, former assistant coach son of WVU Rick Trickett and brother of Clint Trickett quarterback of former mountain makers, Brown's staff is an aggressive assistant. The school made an official announcement on Monday afternoon.

"Travis's roots have Thiarvis roots, which comes from the Mountaineer family and started his career in Morgantown," said Brown in official official release. "It gives him a year of experience from various stops, including a number of years as an aggressive co-ordinator, and has been proven successfully to develop players and as a recruiter."

Trickett replaces the firm coach Dan Gerberry, who had the last behaviors from Dana Holgorsen's training team.

Trickett spent the last two seasons as an aggressive co-ordinator of the United States and coach quarterbacks. Previously, Trickett spent a year as aggressive co-ordinator Charlie Partridge at Florida Atlantic. The first five years of Trickett were a full-time assistant coach at the Samford FCS, the last three were cast off as aggressive co-ordinator.

However, there are Trickett roots in West Virginia.

He worked as a graduate assistant for the two most prominent coach who was born and raised by the state – Nick Saban at Alabama and Jimbo Fisher at Florida State. Trickett is also served as a graduate of WVU Morgantown High and 2007 in 2003 as a volunteer undergraduate Assistant for Rich Rodriguez training team.

"I'm very excited to go back home to West Virginia and be part of the coach team Neal Brown," said Trickett. "I have a great respect for Brown's coach and his success during his career. This is a special place for my family and I, and this is a great opportunity to come back and help the Brown coach in the development of young men on the field and off the pitch. I look forward to joining the Mountaineer training team again. "

The father of Trickett Rick worked as a WVU aggressive line coach from 2001-07 and was also a Mountaineers assistant coach from 1978-79. Clint, Clint, the quarterback was starting at WVU in 2013 and 2014.

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