Florida head coach Billy Napier is reportedly targeting a Michigan State assistant coach to add to his staff. The Athletic reported on the news on Thursday.

Per the report, Napier is targeting Michigan State running backs coach William Peagler to be the team’s tight ends coach. Peagler has been with the Spartans the past two seasons and was on Mel Tucker’s staff at Colorado.

“Napier might be able to move sooner in targeting Michigan State assistant William Peagler as tight ends coach,” The Athletic wrote.” The Spartans wrap up their season by facing Pitt in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on Dec. 30.”

Peagler has had stops at Louisiana, Minnesota and Georgia. Before teaming up with Tucker, Peagler was the director of player personnel and quality control coordinator at Louisiana, working with Napier.

Michigan State ended the season with a 10-2 record and will play Pitt in the Peach Bowl.