Frank Scelfo

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Frank Scelfo
Current position
Title Quarterbacks Coach
Team Jacksonville Jaguars
Personal information
Date of birth February 9, 1959
Place of birth Abbeville, Louisiana
Alma mater Northeast Louisiana
Team(s) as a player
1977-81 Northeast Louisiana
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1982-83
1984
1985-86
1987
1988
1989-91
1992-94
1995
1996-98
1999-2006
2007-09
2010-11
2013-present
Prairie View Academy (LA) - (HC)
Jesuit H.S. (LA) - (DB)
River Oaks School (LA) - (HC)
Vidor H.S. (TX) - (DB)
Orangefield H.S. (TX) - (OC/QB)
Chapel Hill H.S. (TX) - (OC/QB)
Kilgore H.S. (TX) - (OC/QB/WR)
North Shore H.S. (TX) - (DB)
Tulane - (TE)
Tulane - (OC/QB)
Louisiana Tech - (OC/QB)
Arizona - (QB)
Jacksonville Jaguars - (QB)

Frank Scelfo (born February 9, 1959) is an American football quarterbacks coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League. He was signed by the Jaguars on January 23, 2013. He played college baseball at Northeast Louisiana.

Coaching career[edit]

High school[edit]

Scelfo started his coaching career coaching high school football in 1982. He coached mostly on offense, but did coach on defense a couple times. He coached in many different high schools in Louisiana and Texas.

College[edit]

Scelfo started coaching in college at Tulane University in 1996. He started out coaching tight ends before moving to quarterbacks and being an offensive coordinator. He coached four quarterbacks that played in the NFL. Those quarterbacks were Shaun King, Patrick Ramsey, J.P. Losman, and Lester Ricard.

Scelfo later coached at Louisiana Tech University and the University of Arizona, where he coached Nick Foles.

He was let go after two seasons at Arizona and he took a break from coaching in 2012.[1]

Jacksonville Jaguars[edit]

Scelfo signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars following the 2012 NFL season, becoming the team's quarterbacks coach on January 23, 2013.[2]

Personal life[edit]

His brother, Chris Scelfo, serves as the tight ends coach for the Atlanta Falcons. His son, Anthony Scelfo, played as a quarterback at Tulane.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schmitz, Mike. "Scelfo taking 'redshirt year' after two seasons as QBs coach at UA". Arizona Daily Wildcat, April 27, 2012. Retrieved on May 9, 2013.
  2. ^ O'Halloran, Ryan. "Jaguars coaching staff taking shape". Florida Times-Union, January 25, 2013. Retrieved on May 9, 2013.