Maverick Morris, a former offensive lineman at Clemson, reunited with head coach Tony Elliott in January of 2023 to serve as a graduate assistant with the football program. He came to UVA after coaching the offensive line at ULM for two seasons under former Clemson assistant, Terry Bowden.
During Morris’ three-year tenure at Clemson, the Tigers produced a combined record of 39-3 (.929), including a 24-1 ledger (.960) in league games, three-straight ACC titles and three consecutive appearances in the College Football Playoff. In 2018, Clemson went a perfect 15-0, 8-0 in ACC play, and won the National Championship with wins over Notre Dame (30-3) and Alabama (44-16) in the playoffs.
Morris spent the last three years working under Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell, who has seen every starting O-lineman earn All-ACC honors from 2018-20.
A four-year letterman from 2014-17, Morris played a key role in helping the Tigers finish with an ACC-record 50 wins, three ACC Championships and three CFP appearances, including the 2016 National Championship. As a senior in 2017, he was selected as a team co-captain. Morris appeared in 48 career games and played more than 1,200 snaps. He was named co-winner of Clemson’s 12th-Man Award on offense in 2016.
A native of Broxton, Georgia, Morris earned his bachelor’s degree in parks, recreation and tourism management from Clemson in May 2017. He added a master’s degree in athletic leadership from Clemson in December 2019.
Morris and his wife, Madison, live in Charlottesville.