The Florida State Seminoles will reportedly hire Greg Frey to be the new offensive line coach, according to Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports.

Frey, a three-year letterman for the Seminoles and a member of the Seminoles’ 1992 national championship team, worked previously as the tackles and tight ends coach for the Michigan Wolverines. He mentored the offensive line at Indiana for six years prior to Michigan and is credited with developing the Hoosiers’ offensive line into the most efficient in school history.

With Seminoles head coach Willie Taggart continuing to fill in his coaching staff, it appears as though Frey will be a big addition to the group given his track record at Michigan and Indiana.

(h/t Noles 247)

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