Purdue has found its new tight ends and special teams coaches, according to a report from GoldandBlack.com. Jeff Brohm is sticking with internal candidates to fill those vacancies.
Late Wednesday night, GoldandBlack.com reported that Ryan Wallace will become the next tight ends coach with the Boilermakers and Kevin Wolthausen will add special teams duties to his responsibilities, along with coaching the defensive line.
Wallace has been at Purdue the last two years, serving as the offensive/special teams quality control coach. He was responsible for coaching the tight ends through spring practice this year.
Wolthausen has also been with Purdue since Jeff Brohm’s arrival in 2017. Last year, he was involved with special teams and the defensive line.
The vacancies at tight ends and special teams coach became available when Mark Tommerdahl left West Lafayette for an opportunity at Texas Tech. He coached both groups at Purdue in 2018.