Michigan announced the addition of another offensive analyst to its 2023 coaching staff on Tuesday afternoon.

The Wolverines have hired Nick Gilbert for the role, the program has announced. Gilbert has previously served on coaching staffs at Colorado and Idaho.

Most recently, he was a quality control coach with the Buffs but was Idaho’s offensive line coach in 2021. He’s also spent time at Louisville, Memphis and Concord University in a variety of roles.

Michigan will be hoping to maintain its recent offensive growth for the 2023 season. In 2022, the Wolverines averaged 6.62 yards per play, which ranked No. 2 in the Big Ten.

Gilbert is a native of Syracuse, New York. He played at Onondaga High School, where he was teammates with Michigan legend and current running backs coach Mike Hart.

Gilbert is the 2nd offensive analyst to be announced as part of Michigan’s 2023 coaching staff on Tuesday. Josh Sinagoga will also be joining the program.