Safeties/Co-Special Teams Coordinator
NC State, 2001
12th year/2nd at NCSU
Earned a B.S. degree in sport management from NC State in 2001.
Born in Dunn, N.C., on Dec. 2, 1977. He and his wife Kelly, have a son, Chase (2) and daughter Macy (born in the
spring of 2013).
College - A three-year starter at linebacker for the Wolfpack from 1998-00 and a member of the special
teams unit during his collegiate playing days at NC State. Ended his career with his name in the record book for several categories, including career tackles for loss (33), single-season tackles for loss (16) and tackles in a single game (23). Was named NC State's special teams MVP in 1997; Professional - Spent three seasons in the NFL, with the New York Giants from 2001-02 and with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from March to August of 2003. Played every special teams snap during the 2001 season with the Giants.
CLAYTON WHITE'S COACHING CAREER:
|2003||Sanderson (N.C.) HS||Defensive Backs|
|2004-05||Western Carolina||Defensive Backs/Special Teams Assistant|
|2006||Western Michigan||Defensive Backs/Special Teams Assistant|
|2010||Western Kentucky||Defensive Backs/Co-Special Teams Coordinator|
|2011-12||Connecticut||Running Backs/Special Teams Coordinator|
|2013-14||NC State||Safeties/Co-Special Teams Coordinator|