Minter era begins at Campbell
Posted July 31, 2013
Updated August 1, 2013
Former Carolina Panther and Nebraska defensive back Mike Minter led his first practice as a head coach Wednesday in Buies Creek. "I'm excited, I couldn't sleep all night," said Minter. "I'm probably worse than the players."
The Camels' new coach got a look at his first team, mixing in his first recruiting class with the upperclassmen. "We're going to see what we got in recruiting, see these freshman come in and see the guys work," said Minter. "You had fifty to sixty guys over the summer stay, that's more than they ever had."
Minter was hired on Nov. 27 to coach the Campbell University Camels.
The Camels return 10 offensive starters and six on the defensive side of the ball, but Minter could shake that up if he sees fit. Campbell was picked to finish 8th out of 13 in the Pioneer Conference.