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Cole Stoudt

Position: Offensive Player Development

Cole Stoudt is in his fourth season in an offensive player development role at Clemson in 2024. Stoudt joined Clemson’s staff following two seasons as quarterbacks coach at Morehead State from 2018-19 prior to the postponement of the 2020 FCS season.

Stoudt entered the coaching ranks as an offensive graduate assistant at Jacksonville State, assisting the program’s quarterbacks for three years from 2015-17 and helping quarterback Eli Jenkins earn OVC Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2015 and 2016. During his time on staff, Jacksonville State won three OVC championships, went 23-0 in the league and appeared in the 2015 FCS title game.

Stoudt was a four-year letterman at quarterback for Clemson from 2011-14, passing for more than 2,600 yards. He was named Most Valuable Player of the 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl after throwing for 329 yards and three touchdowns against Oklahoma. He earned a degree in sociology from Clemson in 2015.

Stoudt is married to his wife, Alexandra, with whom he has a daughter, Ryann, and a son, Cooper.