60  Charlie Coggins
Charlie Coggins

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Albemarle

High School:
Albemarle

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 200

Position:
Deep Snapper

Experience:
2L


03/21/2014

Pirates Begin Spring Practice, Open American Conference Era

ECU Head Coach Ruffin McNeill Welcomes Back 14 Returning Starters, 50 Lettermen

03/25/2013

McNeill's Spring Practice Press Conference

Head Football Coach Ruffin McNeill Discusses The Start Of Spring Practice

03/25/2013

Pirates Open Spring Football Practice

ECU Head Coach Ruffin McNeill Welcomes Back 21 Returning Starters, 50 Lettermen

11/19/2012

McNeill's Weekly Press Conference

ECU Head Football Coach Ruffin McNeill Discusses The Upcoming Marshall Game

09/06/2012

Pirates Travel To No. 9 South Carolina

Saturday Marks First Road Test For Football

Exhibited the high standards of reliability and consistency as the program's top deep snapper during the last two seasons ... Currently splits snapping duties with C.J. Struyk on the unit's two-deep, exclusively handling all long deliveries ... Arguably ranks as one of the lighter deep snappers on the FBS level, but coaches continue to cite strong fundamental execution, athleticism, mental preparation and tenacity on tackling end as key strengths ... Initially earned roster position as a walk-on during Ruffin McNeill's first fall as the Pirates' head coach in 2010 and has subsequently experienced action in 27 career games, produced 104 block-free snaps and tallied nine tackles (seven solo) ... Strength and conditioning flexibility rating of 19.25 ranks among best in the program ... Other testing results of note was a 4.25 clip in the pro shuttle and a 280-pound bench press.

2013: Earned All-Conference USA honors (honorable mention) as a junior ... Played in all 13 games ... Snapped on all 47 of Trent Tignor's punts (2,013 yards, 42.8 average) without allowing a block ... Also booked five tackles (four solo) ... Logged a career-best two solo stops each against Florida Atlantic and Tulane ... Added assisted tackle at FIU ... Part of a coverage unit that held opponents to a 6.9 punt return average and eight fair catches ... Helped down 15 balls inside the 20-yard line.

2012: Appeared in all 13 games ... Deep snapper on 63 of ECU's 65 punt attempts, playing a key role in Tignor's 42.8 punting average which ranked among the top 30 nationally ... Recorded four total tackles (two solo) ... Also recovered fumble in the fourth quarter at UCF ... Registered stops against North Carolina (assist), Memphis (assist), Navy (solo) and UL-Lafayette during the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl in the Louisiana Superdome.

2011: Credited with play in one game (Southern Miss) as William Smith's top backup during redshirt freshman campaign ... Did not record any statistics.

2010: Officially joined the ECU program in the fall and was redshirted, thus did not experience game day action.

High School: A three-sport standout who collected a total of 11 varsity letters during prep career at Albemarle High School ... A four-year football letterman who helped the Bulldogs to a combined 51-8 record, which included a Rocky River Conference title in 2008 (14-2) and Yadkin Valley Conference and state (IAA) championships in 2009 (16-0) ... A three-time all-conference selection as a center for coach Baxter Morris ... Also chosen to the All-Charlotte Observer squad after completion of senior campaign ... Finished prep career converting a perfect 100 percent of his PAT snaps ... Served as AHS's team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Also amassed four wresting letters and was chosen to the all-conference unit on four occasions and named to the all-state squad twice ... Was the state runner-up in the 189-pound division ... Picked up three additional letters as a catcher and first baseman on the Bulldogs' baseball team ... Garnered Yadkin Valley Athlete-of-the-Year honors in the spring of 2010 ... Excelled in the classroom with membership in the National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society and VICA ... Graduated among the Top 10 of class (4.4 grade point average).

Personal: Full name is Charles Thomas Coggins ... Born November 21, 1991 at Albemarle, N.C. ... Son of Buck (and Kristi) Coggins and Joanne (and Jim) Hesley ... Earned a bachelor's degree in business administration during ECU's Spring Commencement Exercises in May, 2014 and is currently pursuing his MBA ... An excellent student who earned selection to ECU's Honor Roll (3.0 grade point average or higher) for both the fall and spring semesters during the 2011-2012 academic year before following with Dean's List (2012 fall semester, 2014 spring semester) and Chancellor's List (2013 spring and fall semesters) inclusion to close out his undergraduate career ... Lists golf, hunting and woodworking as hobbies of choice ... Says Brett Favre, Cam Newton and former Cal and Washington Redskins' snapper Jim Sundberg are favorite NFL players ...Credits his grandfather, brother Daniel and football coaches Jim Wentz and Dexter Morris as people most influential on career ... Identified Albemarle City Council Member Jack Neel as the most impressive person he's ever met ... Picks his high school state title as the most memorable football moment to date ... Favorite all-time Pirate is former deep snapper Wilson Raynor ... Toughest obstacles to overcome have been people dismissing abilities because of size and handling ECU strength coach Jeff Connors' 300s test ... Says best thing about the ECU football program are the relationships with teammates ... Plays the guitar ... Bears a facial resemblance to pro wrestler Randy Orton ... Stepmother (Kristi Coggins) served as South Carolina's longtime head women's golf coach (1994 to January, 2008) after guiding the TCU program for nine seasons, beginning in 1985 ... Teamed with punter Worth Gregory and placekicker Davis Plowman to produce a simulated "blind-folded" successful field goal from the ECU practice complex which earned inclusion on ESPN SportsCenter's Top 10 Plays of the Day during the spring.