Brandon Streeter to Tennessee 'would be surprising'

Brandon Streeter to Tennessee 'would be surprising'

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Brandon Streeter to Tennessee 'would be surprising'

KNOXVILLE — Clemson quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator Brandon Streeter is an up and coming offensive mind.

With Tennessee’s coaching search reaching its tenth day, would Streeter be an option to look at in replacing Tyson Helton?

Streeter came back to Clemson as recruiting coordinator and quarterbacks coach in Dec. 2014 after serving three seasons (2012-14) as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Richmond.

The Voice of Clemson football Don Munson discussed Streeter with Vols Wire.

“We love Brandon here and he has been tremendous with the quarterbacks and really since day one with Cole Stoudt,” Munson told Vols Wire. “He has worked with talents like Deshaun Watson, Kelly Bryant and Trevor Lawrence. He is also a really good recruiter.”

Streeter served as quarterbacks coach at Liberty (2006-11) and also took on the role as offensive coordinator during his last three seasons for the Flames.

Before Liberty, Streeter served as a graduate assistant at Clemson (2004-05) and was a three-time letterman at Clemson from 1997-99 and a starting quarterback in his final two years.

Munson also discussed Streeter’s career being in position for a head coaching job in the future.

“I think if he has an opportunity it would be more of a head coach than sliding to another assistant position,” Munson said. “He and his family are very comfortable here at Clemson and he knows what he has here. It would be surprising if he made a jump to Tennessee.”

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