|Title:||Asst. Coach - Cornerbacks|
|Previous College:||Dayton - 06|
Frank Wilson is in his first year with the Lions. He joined the staff in the spring of 2014 and will coach the cornerbacks, while coordinating the Lions' walk on program.
He spent the 2013 season as the defensive backs coach at East Stroudsburg University. In his first year working with the secondary, the Warriors finished the season ranked 31st in the nation in total pass defense, an improvement of 133 spots. The secondary contained the co-leaders of the conference in interceptions, as well as the pass break up leader.
Prior to East Stroudsburg, Wilson was a recruiting intern with the University of Minnesota. While there, he produced unique mailers, built recruiting databases, researched recruits, and worked recruiting events and camps. He helped with the 2014 class for the Gophers that resulted in the signing of the Rivals' 44th ranked player in the country and 12, 3-Star Rivals recruits.
During the 2012 season Wilson was a graduate assistant, while working on his master's degree in sport management at East Stroudsburg. He worked with the secondary, special teams units, and as a graphic designer for the team and university.
Before returning to his passion, football, Wilson worked as a national sales manager in the medical/dental industry and in sales for well-known consumer product brands. Wilson also helped launch a 501c non-profit as well as a social media app.
Wilson played at the University of Dayton (DI - FCS), from 2002-2005. The Flyers were 37-7 during his four seasons, won a Pioneer League title and the NCAA Mid-Major National Championship in 2002. He started at corner, while also playing safety and on special teams at Dayton. In high school, Wilson played at Georgetown High School, TX (5A). There he was a two time All-District pick, once unanimous, and was selected as All-Central Texas.