Clint Tricket is was born in West Virginia in 1991 and he is the American Football coach of the Tights Ends of Florida Atlantic University. Before being a coach, he played football for the Florida State University, passing over 5300 yards and 59 touchdowns. He was a backup of EJ Manuel, who injured himself giving Tricket the opportunity to play in eight games in which he completed 22 passes for 272 yards. Manuel graduated and Trickett transferred too West Virgina University in 2013.

A year later, he announced his retirement declaring health issues and the main reason of his early retirement as he had suffered five concussions in one year, and he felt he needed to protect his health by taking some distance of his favorite sport. In 2015 he started coaching the quarterbacks of the East Missisipi Community College and he became the most successful coach in Mississippi. His father also coaches Florida State Seminoles.

You can follow Clint Trickett twitter account as he posts updates of everything he has been up to in the last couple of years. Including his retirement, injuries and the feeling of going back home where he actually belongs. So far, he is gradually becoming one of the most successful coaches of the US.