Sherrone Moore named Michigan tight ends coach

The Detroit News

Sherrone Moore is Michigan's new tight ends coach, according to a release Monday from the school.

Former Central Michigan tight ends coach Sherrone Moore has been named to coach players at that position at Michigan.

Moore spent the last four seasons at Central Michigan coaching the tight ends while also being recruiting coordinator during the 2017 season. He spent five seasons at Louisville before joining the Central Michigan staff. He worked as a graduate assistant coach for three seasons (2009-11) before spending the final two years as the Cardinals’ tight end coach (2012-13).  

He played on the Oklahoma offensive line for two seasons (2006-07). He played in 14 games at offensive guard and helped the Sooners win two Big 12 Championships and play in two BCS bowl games. Before joining the Sooners, Moore was a two-year starter at Butler County (Kan.) Community College. He was a member of two conference championship teams the posted a 20-3 record. Moore earned second-team all-conference accolades.

Moore earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from Oklahoma in 2008.