Current University students invited to tryout
Carson High and Bishop Manogue High to host Wolf Pack spring practices
Brent Zuzo signs with Nevada to complete 2013 class.
All former Nevada letterwinners welcome at spring practices.
Current University students invited to tryout; Nevada looking for kickers, punters and long-snappers.
Vaughn oversees and spearheads all aspects of the recruiting process for Nevada, including logistics and communications. He also directs the Wolf Pack's football recruiting site and coordinates social media efforts for Nevada's football program.
Vaughn came to Nevada after a successful four-year run at Middle Tennessee State, where he was the coordinator of player personal. At MTSU, Vaughn's duties included all NCAA compliance-related activities for the Blue Raider football program, assisting the recruiting coordinator in all phases of the day-to-day planning and execution, and overseeing all football camp activities. He also oversaw the football program's high school relations, recruiting logistics and communications, team practice facilities and assisted with the day-to-day operations.
A native of South Carolina, Vaughn is no stranger to Northern Nevada. He previously lived in Reno and helped coordinate a Velocity Sports Performance franchise while serving as the center director, handling business and recruiting functions. Vaughn helped Velocity develop and promote a special high-altitude performance and skills training program for elite NBA players and NFL hopefuls that was the first of its kind in the U.S.
Prior to that, Vaughn was on the staff at Clemson, where he served as an assistant for football operations, assisting in administrative operations, travel logistics, recruiting, and community relations. Vaughn also developed a high school relations program for the Tigers while serving as the team liaison for the 2005 Champs Sports Bowl.
Vaughn was also a member of the Clemson staff in 2003 as a recruiting assistant. During both tenures at Clemson, Vaughn helped the Tigers land nationally ranked top-25 recruiting classes.
Prior to joining the Clemson staff, Vaughn was a letterwinner at North Greenville University, where he played on the first bowl team in school history.
Vaughn earned a degree in sports management and business administration from North Greenville University in 2003. He also has a master's degree in physical education and sports administration from Florida State University (2005).
The File on Andy Vaughn
Born: March 24, 1981
Hometown: Seneca, S.C. Family: Wife - Jahna; Son - Brayden
Education Bachelor's, Sports Management and Business Administration, North Greenville Master's, Sports Administration, Florida State
2013-: Director of Football and Recruiting Operations, Nevada
2012: Director of Player Personnel, Nevada
2010-12 Coordinator of Player Personnel, Middle Tennessee State
2008-2010 Assistant Director of Football Operations, Middle Tennessee State
2006-07: Velocity Sports Performance, Reno
2005: Assistant for Football Operations, Clemson
2003: Recruiting Assistant, Clemson
Played tight end at North Greenville (1999-2000)