Former Minnesota DL announces he's landed first coaching gig
Less than a year after he played his last college football game at Minnesota, former defensive lineman Winston DeLattiboudere has revealed that he has landed a coaching gig.
DeLattiboudere, who played his final season with the Golden Gophers in 2019, announced on Twitter that he will be a defensive line graduate assistant with the Charlotte 49ers this season.
“Blessed to announce I will be joining [Charlotte Football] this fall as a defensive line graduate assistant coach,” DeLattiboudere wrote on Twitter. “Excited to get to work!”
— Winston D. III (@w_d_iii) July 24, 2020
DeLattiboudere appeared in all 13 games for Minnesota last season, helping the Gophers to an 11-2 record. He totaled 30 tackles, including 2 stops for loss, and forced a pair of fumbles, as well. In his four seasons with the program, DeLattiboudere totaled 83 stops with 13.5 tackles for loss.
Charlotte ended the 2019 season with a 7-6 record and appeared in the Bahamas Bowl. 49ers head coach Will Healy will be entering his second year with the program.