Just two months or so from the start of the college football season, North Carolina State has added a position coach.
The school announced on Wednesday Troy Walters has been hired as the team’s wide receivers coach. Walters previously spent the last two seasons at Texas A&M under the same title after a career in the NFL. Walters also won the Bietnikoff Award while at Stanford.
“We are excited that Troy has agreed to be a part of our staff,” coach Tom O’Brien said in a statement. “He has outstanding experience as a player on the collegiate and professional levels and as a coach. He will be a great mentor and leader for our young wide receiver corps.”
Walters replaces assistant Don Horton, who retired in May.