Rod Plummer
Rod Plummer
Previous College: Washington State University
Position: Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator, RBs

Roderick Plummer, the special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach for Florida A&M University in 2008, takes over special teams and the running backs for the 2009 Bulldogs. He led a Rattler special teams unit that finished No. 1 in kickoff returns (26.7), was seventh in punt return average (15.06) and ranked fourth in kickoff return coverage, while his top return man established numerous FCS records. Plummer has also been an assistant coach at Idaho (2007), Kutztown (2002, 1994-95), Wayne State (2001), Michigan State (1999-2001), Hampton (1996-1998), James Madison (1996) and Cornell (2003-06). He also has NFL experience as a minority coaching fellow with Jacksonville (2008), San Francisco (2003) and Cleveland (1992). Plummer, who graduated from Washington State in 1993, spoke about special teams at the 2008 AFCA Coaches Convention and participated in the 2005 AFCA coaching excellence clinic. The Oakland, Calif., native was inducted into the St. Mary's College High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002. Plummer has a son, five-year-old Alexis. Contact Coach Plummer:


Recruiting Areas: Northern California (E. Bay/Valleys), Florida, New Jersey, New York

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