Former LSU QB Jordan Jefferson is getting into the coaching business.
According to a report from Football Scoop, Jefferson has officially joined the Major Applewhite’s staff as a graduate assistant. Jefferson hinted at the development with a tweet on Tuesday, which thanked Houston for making his dream become a reality:
— Jordan Jefferson (@JJefferson9) January 10, 2017
The former Tigers signal caller, now 26 years old, spent three seasons as a professional football player from 2012-14. He spent time with the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers in addition to stints in arena football and Canadian football.
Jefferson played on LSU’s 2011 SEC Championship team that lost the BCS national championship to Alabama. He started 32 games at quarterback for the Tigers from 2008-11.