Billy Napier may leave Colorado State for Florida State according to multiple different sources.
Napier was hired by Rams head football coach Jim McElwain nearly one year ago to the day, January 11, 2012, to be the assistant head coach/quarterbacks coach. Those sources say Napier may be moving to Florida State to be the Seminoles' new tight ends coach.
When I contacted Colorado State Thursday morning, they could not confirm the rumor and had no official comment on anything surrounding coaching movement at the time.
Napier also worked under McElwain as the offensive quality control assistant in 2011 at Alabama, and was a man of nearly all trades on offense with Clemson from 2006-2010. In all, the Furman graduate has 10 years of college coaching experience in many different positions, while being known for his remarkable recruiting ability.
His 2008 class at Clemson was regarded as the No. 2 recruiting class in the nation that year by ESPN, and two of the three classes he was partly responsible for were ranked in the top-25 by Rivals.com.
Stay tuned for updates as this story develops.