Andy Wolfrum, a 2000 West Point graduate, has joined Army’s staff as a defensive quality control coach.
Wolfrum, who captained Army’s sprint football team, spent the last three seasons at Louisville, working under Charlie Strong in the same capacity. He assisted Louisville’s secondary and prepared film breakdowns and opponents scouting reports.
After graduating from West Point, Wolfrum spent six years in the Army as an Armor officer and was deployed to Iraq twice. Wolfrum will be the lone Army graduate on staff.
Army also added Florida Atlantic co-defensive coordinator Jovan Dewitt to its staff. Coach Jeff Monken told The Times Herald-Record last week that he had one more hire left on his defensive staff. Dewitt will likely coach linebackers.
Dewitt served as Florida Atlantic’s defensive coordinator for the final four games of the 2013. New Florida Atlantic coach Charlie Patridge retained Dewitt, who also coached linebackers, and named him co-defensive coordinator for the 2014 season.
Note: Position coaches have not been officially announced. Here’s what I’ve gathered from interviews and beat knowledge
Jeff Monken: Head coach
Brent Davis: Offensive coordinator/offensive line
Mitch Ware: Quarterback
Lamont Seward: Running backs
Tucker Waugh: Wide receivers
Sean Saturnio: Tight ends
Todd Spencer: Offensive line
Jaybo Shaw: Quality control
Jay Bateman: Defensive coordinator
Kevin Corless: Linebackers
John Loose: Safeties
Orlando Mitjans Jr.: Cornerbacks
Ray McCartney: Defensive line
Jovan Dewitt: Linebackers
Andy Wolfrum: Quality control