Mark Bailey, a 2013 University of Delaware graduate, begins his second year on the Blue Hen football staff and his first as defensive quality control assistant.
In his role as quality control assistant, Bailey will work on the defensive side of the ball while overseeing film breakdown and other duties with the defensive coaching staff. He works closely with offensive quality control coach Bobby Sabol.
A native of Newark, Del., Bailey earned his degree in sport management with a minor in entrepreneurial studies in 2013.
During the summer of 2014 he worked with the USA Football National Team and served as a coach for the USA Football Development Team.
He served on Dave Brock's staff as an operations intern and defensive assistant during the 2013 season. He assisted with game planning, had practice and gameday tasks, downloaded opponent and practice video, and prepared weekly scouting reports and tip sheets. He also gave recruiting tours and assisted at UD football summer camps.
While an undergraduate at Delaware, Bailey served as head junior varsity and freshman coach and varsity wide receiver and defensive backs assistant coach during the 2012 season at his alma mater, Glasgow High School in Newark. He scouted opponents, assisted with game plans, and oversaw off-season strength & conditioning. Two Glasgow defensive backs earned all-conference honors during his tenure.
As a student at Delaware, he earned the 2012 Scott K. Jones Entrepreneurial Scholarship and in 2011 was the recipient of the UD Business Plan Competition.
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