Maryland analyst Brawley Evans is receiving a promotion.
On Wednesday, Maryland head coach Mike Locksley announced that Evans will be moving to an on-field assistant role, working as the outside linebackers coach for the 2020 season. He will replace Brian Williams, who is now coaching the defensive line in College Park.
“We’re extremely excited to promote Brawley to an on-field coaching role,” Locksley said in a press release. “He’s been a key part of the Terps staff the past four years and has earned this opportunity. Brawley has exceptional relationships with our current players and is extremely well respected in the DMV area. I’m really pleased with our coaching staff heading into the 2020 season.”
Evans will be entering his seventh season with the program, which has been in two different stints. He was a graduate assistant for the Terrapins from 2012-13 and rejoined the program in 2016. This will be his fifth-straight season with the program since returning to College Park.
In the years between stops at Maryland, Evans was a defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator at Morgan State.