Michigan State has added a new piece to Mel Tucker’s coaching staff, adding Brandon Jordan to a position as a pass-rush specialist. It was previously reported that Jordan would be working with the defensive ends of the Spartans.

Jordan was previously working as a private coach training both offensive and defensive linemen. Now, he’ll bring his talents to East Lansing.

Tucker praised the hiring on Saturday as a “cutting edge hire” that will help propel Michigan State’s defense:

“Blessed to be back on the sideline! It’s nothing God can’t do,” wrote Jordan in a note on Twitter. “Not only I’m back coaching but I’m working for the best university and head coach in college football. From New Orleans To East Lansing! Let’s get it Michigan State!”

Jordan helped train 4 members of the NFL All-Pro team for this season: TJ Watt and Cameron Heyward of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Maxx Crosby of the Oakland Raiders, and Jeffery Simmons of the Tennessee Titans.