Recruiter interviews for Michigan’s Michigan Tech job

Recruiter interviews for Michigan’s Michigan Tech job

The Recruiting Coordinator interviews for the vacant Michigan Tech recruiting coordinator position.

A person familiar with the hiring process confirmed to The Verge that Michigan Tech is interested in hiring the person, who has not been identified.

Michigan Tech’s position was previously filled by Scott Tice, who also previously worked at Texas A&M.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

Michigan Tech’s recruiting coordinator has served as the top recruiter in the program since March of last year.

In that time, he has guided the Wolverines to an 18-7 record and one bowl win, which included a win over Alabama in the Cotton Bowl.

It is unclear if the hiring would be announced this week.

The Wolverines will begin their fall schedule on Nov. 10 against Georgia Tech.

Michigan’s current recruiting coordinator, Jeff Loeffler, took over the position from Loefert in August of 2016.

The position had been vacant since Loeffer’s hiring in June of that year.

Loeffert was promoted to assistant coach at Michigan State after taking over the job in September of 2016 after the firing of James Franklin, who was hired to replace him.