Mike Locksley is losing a member of his offensive staff at Maryland.

Matt Zenitz of AL.com reported that N.C. State will hire Terrapins wide receivers coach Joker Phillips for the same job with the Wolfpack. Phillips has been at Maryland for the past two seasons, serving as the wide receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator.

Phillips will take over 30 years of coaching experience with him to N.C. State.

Before taking a role on Locksley’s staff, Phillips was the head coach at Kentucky from 2010-12. Since then, he’s had stops at Florida, Ohio State and Cincinnati at the college level, as well as a short stint with the NFL’s Cleveland Browns.

Prior to being named the Wildcats head coach, Phillips had been an assistant coach at Kentucky, Cincinnati, Minnesota, Notre Dame and South Carolina.

N.C. State finished the 2020 season with an 8-4 record. Maryland was 2-3.