Per Ryan Bartow of 247Sports.com, Virginia Tech has made a new offensive coaching hire. The Hokies have hired Max Warner as an Offensive Quality Control coach.
— Ryan Bartow (@RyanBartow) February 23, 2015
Assuming this report is correct, Warner will come to Blacksburg from Hillsborough High School in Tampa, FL, where he won the Roland Acosta Assistant Coach of the Year Award. Before his time at Hillsborough, he was quarterbacks coach at Fort Hays State, a Division II school in Kansas.
If Hillsborough High School sounds familiar to you, it should. Warner was the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator of 2015 Virginia Tech quarterback signee Dwayne Lawson.
As a quality control coach, Warner will assist Scot Loeffler and the offensive staff, though he will not be allowed to recruit off campus. It is a very similar position to the one that Aaron Moorehead held at Stanford before being hired by Virginia Tech as wide receivers coach.