Position: Special Teams Analyst
Jody Evans is in his second full season at Clemson and his first as a special teams analyst in 2023 after initially joining the program in December 2021.
Evans began his coaching career at Tennessee-Martin, coaching multiple all-conference wide receivers in 1995 and moving to a position coaching outside linebackers for 1996. In 1997, he worked with the secondary and special teams at Louisiana-Monroe.
Evans then became an accomplished high school coach and administrator prior to joining the Tigers as Assistant Director of Football Operations prior to the 2021 Cheez-It Bowl. He coached at Tuscaloosa County (Ala.) High School in 1997 before a 20-year run at University School of Jackson (Tenn.) from 1998-2018, including spending the last 10 years as the school’s athletic director. He then returned to the state of Alabama, coaching at Northside Methodist Academy in 2019 and Cottonwood High School in 2020 before re-entering the college ranks.
Evans played defensive back at Alabama from 1989-91. He finished his career as a safety at UAB in 1992-93. He earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Alabama in 1994.
Evans is married to his wife, Paige, and has a son, Jackson, and daughter, Hollin.
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