Kyle Flood hires 'a proven recruiter in the state of Rutgers'
Posted by: Pete Roussel on February 13, 2013
Kyle Flood announced the hiring of Iowa defensive backs coach Darrell Wilson on Wednesday afternoon.
In doing so, Flood stated, ""It gives me great pleasure to welcome Darrell and his family home. Darrell is a proven winner on the field and a proven recruiter in the State of Rutgers. He brings more than a decade of Big Ten experience with him but more important than all of that, Darrell is the right person for our program."
Wilson had served under Kirk Ferentz since 2002. He previously spent two years at Wisconsin and one season at Rutgers.
Flood has yet to name an offensive coordinator. Sources have informed CoachingSearch.com that Ron Prince and Mike Faragalli have interviewed for the job.
It's been over a week since Prince interviewed, but the delay could be related to Sean Payton. As we reported earlier in the day, Prince is a candidate for the New Orleans Saints running backs job.
Wilson replaced Robb Smith, who recently joined the Tampa Bay Bucs' staff.
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