Position: Graduate Assistant Football Strength & Conditioning Coach
Adrien Dunn served as a graduate assistant on the Clemson Football Strength and Conditioning coaching staff.
Prior to returning to Clemson, Dunn worked as an offensive assistant for the football program and assisted the strength & conditioning department at Furman University for one season.
He is a former wide receiver for Clemson Football program, playing from 2013-2016. Adrien excelled in the weight room as a player, worked his way up and earning a scholarship. During the last semester of his undergrad at Clemson, Adrien worked as a student assistant in the weight room. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management, with a minor in Education.
Adrien spent 4 years under the training of Joey Batson and his staff. During his tenure as a player, the Tigers won a National Championship, 2 College Football Playoff semi-finals, the Russell Athletic Bowl, the BCS Orange Bowl, and 2 ACC Championships. Dunn is a native of Clemson, SC and a graduate of D.W. Daniel High School. He is now working on completing his Master of Science degree in Athletic Leadership from Clemson University. Dunn’s role within the Clemson Football Strength and Conditioning Department primarily consists of training the quarterbacks, while also working with the wide receivers and defensive backs.
May 30, 2020
May 29, 2020