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University of South Alabama hires Vicksburg native Dwike Wilson as assistant coach

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Dwike Wilson (photo courtesy Indiana University Athletics)

The University of South Alabama has hired Vicksburg native Dwike Wilson as cornerbacks coach and recruiting coordinator.

Wilson recently worked as the University of Indiana football program’s director of player personnel and high school relations.

Before moving to Indiana, Wilson coached at several colleges over the years including Hinds Community College as a defensive coordinator. He has also coached at Murray State, Jones Community College, Itawamba Community College and North Carolina A&T University.

Wilson played football at Hinds and was a part of the 1997 state championship team. He is a graduate of Vicksburg High School and the University of Mississippi.

Wilson is joining a new South Alabama football staff headed by Kane Wommack. Steve Campbell was fired as the school’s head coach earlier this month.

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