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Jeff Carpenter

Offensive Quality Control/ Wide Receivers


Jeff Carpenter joins the Bolts as offensive quality control/wide receivers after spending the last two years as an analyst at Virginia Tech (2022-23). Last season, the Hokies averaged nearly 30 points per game with a rushing average of 189.8 yards per game, capping the season with a win over Tulane in the Military Bowl. Prior to his tenure in Blacksburg, Va., Carpenter worked as an offensive analyst at Louisiana State in 2021.

A graduate of Penn State University, where he served as an undergraduate assistant before graduating in 2015,

Carpenter coached for the Nittany Lions as an offensive quality control coach for two seasons (2018-19) and an offensive graduate assistant in 2020. He helped Penn State in 2019 to a victory in the Cotton Bowl to finish No. 9 in the final Associated Press poll. Carpenter had his first NFL experience as football operations intern during training camp in 2014 for the Houston Texans before returning as a quality control coach for the Texans in 2015. Carpenter then spent one season as a quality control coach at Princeton (2016) before coaching quarterbacks at Bryant University in 2017, where he tutored signal-caller Prince Wilson to set a single-season school record with 3,311 passing yards.