NFL Star Receiver Chad Ocho Cinco Wants to Coach at HBCU Florida A&M University
Posted By: Will Moss on October 09, 2020 |
Years before Deion "Prime Time" Sanders agreed to a head coaching job at an HBCU (Jackson State University), star wide receiver Chad Ocho Cinco expressed his desire to coach at an HBCU.
Specifically, Ocho Cinco went public with his desire to coach at Florida A&M University as a wide receiver coach.
This makes Chad Ocho Cinco appear to be a bit prophetic in his desire to use his star power and resume of success in the NFL to help an HBCU football program.
Now would be a great time for FAMU to reach out to Ocho Cinco and shine some light on their football program and maybe interview Ocho Cinco for a serious job on the coaching staff.
Chad Johnson actually was born and raised in South Florida, so his connection to Florida A&M University makes sense as the HBCU has always been a haven for talented African American athletes from all over the state of Florida.
Do you think this would be a good or bad idea?
Here is the tweet that Ocho Cinco put out years ago expressing his desire to coach at an HBCU:
If you enjoyed this article, Join HBCU CONNECT today for similar content and opportunities via email!
More From This Author
|Sanofi to Host Virtual Career Fair for Professionals Looking to Make History in the Fight Against COVID-19|
Latest HBCU Sports
Popular HBCU Sports