Originally Posted by BHSC
Clemson has so many former players in high profile spots, it's hard to believe they didn't ask any of them to coach after Kriese. Just to name a few, Jay Berger, who heads the USTA Player Development, Frank Salazar, who set up JTCC in College Park, MD (Kudla, Frank, etc) and the place where Kriese is now. Craig Boynton coaches Isner. There are probably 3-4 more former Clemson guys who (if named coach) could do a good job and be able to recruit some name players
Do you think those former players who are currently in "high profile spots" would give up their current "high profile" job for a lesser one at Clemson? Do you know if any of those guys even have an interest in being a D 1 college coach?