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Cedric Cormier (pronounced "cor-MEER") is in his fifth season overseeing the Rebel receivers. He came to the desert after serving in the same capacity at Miami (Ohio) University. He spent the 2009 season coaching the RedHawks after working the previous two seasons overseeing receivers at Montana.
At UNLV, Cormier has recruited and then tutored record-setting wide receiver Devante Davis, who earned Second Team All-MW honors in 2013 after shattering the school record for touchdown catches in a year with 14 to go with 87 receptions (one off the school record) and 1,290 yards (second-most in program history).
In Missoula, he coached future NFL wideout Marc Mariani, who in 2008 was a second team All-American and, after being drafted by the Tennessee Titans, earned a spot in the NFL Pro Bowl as a rookie.
Prior to Montana, Cormier was an assistant coach at Baytown Lee (Texas) High School for two seasons after starting his coaching career at Channelview (Texas) High School in 2004. While at Channelview he coached future Chicago Bear wide receiver Johnny Knox.
The Houston native was a four-year letterman as a receiver at Colorado from 1998-2001.
Cormier earned his bachelor's degree in communications from Colorado in 2002. He and his wife, Roshelle, have a son, Deon, and a daughter, Danielle.
CORMIER's COACHING EXPERIENCE 2010-SA UNLV - wide receivers 2009 Miami (Ohio) - wide receivers 2007-08 Montana - wide receivers 2005-06 Baytown Lee High School - assistant coach 2004 Channelview High School - assistant coach