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JaJuan Seider

Coaching Responsibility: Running Backs
Birthday: April 16
Hometown: Belle Glade, Fla.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree (West Virginia, '00); Master's Degree (West Virginia, '10)
Family: Wife – Brandi; Son - Jaden, Daughters - Ava and Brenley
Year at West Virginia: First
Year in College Coaching: Fourth

Playing Career
- Earned All-America honors and won the Doug Williams Award for National Offensive Player of the Year and the Jake Gaither Award (considered the Heisman Trophy of black colleges) following a spectacular senior year at Florida A&M
- Passed for 2,512 yards and 27 touchdowns and ran for 14 and also was named the MEAC Offensive Player of the Year
- Ran for 14 touchdowns in the same year
- Selected in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers.

Coaching Career
2013: West Virginia (running backs)
2010-12: Marshall (running backs/recruiting coordinator)
2008-09: West Virginia(graduate assistant/quarterbacks)
2006-08: Lake Worth HS (quarterbacks)
2003-05: Palm Beach Lakes HS (offensive coordinator)
2001-02: Glades Central HS (running backs)

Bowl Games Coached (3)
2011: Beef O'Brady's
2010: Gator
2008: Meineke

Coaching Highlights
- 2012 Conference USA Recruiter of the Year

- Two of his top recruits were quarterback Rakeem Cato, who was named the 2012 C-USA Player of the Year, and running back Kevin Grooms, who Seider recruited and coached
- Three of his freshman backs averaged more than five yards a carry in 2012 and the offense finished No. 6 nationally in total offense
- In 2011, his freshman running back Travon Vann earned All-Conference USA honors, and Seider helped lead the Herd to the championship of the Beef O’Brady’s Bowl.

West Virginia
- Helped in the development of three of the Mountaineer’s top quarterbacks, Pat White, Jarrett Brown and Geno Smith
- During his tenure at WVU, he was part of the staff that posted an 18-8 record and played in the Meineke Car Care and Gator Bowls

All-Conference Players (4)
Marshall: Travon Vann (2011), Kevin Grooms (2012)
West Virginia: Jarrett Brown (2009), Pat White (2008)

All-American Players (1)
West Virginia: Pat White (2008)

Professional Players (3)
West Virginia: Pat White (2010), Jarrett Brown (2011), Geno Smith (2013)