|Position:||Offensive Graduate Assistant|
Nathan Elliott begins his first season in 2019 as a graduate assistant coach at Arkansas State, working on the offensive side of the ball.
Elliott comes to A-State after spending the last four years on the North Carolina roster at the quarterback position. He was three-year letterman with the Tar Heels before choosing to forgo his redshirt season to pursue the graduate assistant coaching position on the A-State staff.
His three seasons on the field at North Carolina saw him complete 284-of-480 passing attempts (59.1 percent) for 3,150 yards and 21 touchdowns. His most extensive playing time came last season (2018), when he started nine games and threw for 2,169 yards and 11 scores. The same season, he was a member of the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Watch List and earned one of the “Stars of the Week” honors from The Manning Award after going 22-of-31 for 313 yards and two touchdowns against Pitt.
The Celina, Texas, native was an all-state selection at Celina High School, where he finished his career with 8,821 passing yards, 110 touchdown passes, 1,872 rushing yards and 23 rushing touchdowns. He came out of Celina ranked as the No. 28-and-No. 33-ranked dual-threat quarterback in the nation by 247Sports.com and ESPN.com, respectively.