Shaun Huls

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Shaun Huls
Cleveland Browns
Position:Director of Performance/Director of High Performance
Personal information
Born:(1977-08-17)August 17, 1977
LeMars, Iowa
Career information
High school: Gehlen Catholic
College: University of Nebraska
Career history
As a coach:
  • Nebraska Cornhuskers (1996–2001)
    Head Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coach/Assistant Football Strength and Conditioning Coach
  • Nevada Wolf Pack (2001–2002)
    Head Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coach/Assistant Football Strength and Conditioning Coach/Performance Nutrition Coordinator
  • Hampton University (2002–2006)
    Director of Performance (All Sports)
  • U.S. Navy SEAL Teams (2006–2013)
    Director of Performance
  • U.S. Naval Special Warfare (2006–2013)
    Combatives Coordinator
As an administrator:
Career highlights and awards
  • 1x Super Bowl champion (LII)

Shaun Huls (born August 17, 1977) [1] is an American football coach and administrator who is currently the Director of Performance/Director of High Performance for the Cleveland Browns. [2] [3] [4] [5] He has also been a coach for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Nevada Wolf Pack, Hampton University, and the Philadelphia Eagles. [6] [7] From 2002 to 2006, he was the Director of Performance for all 16 Hampton University teams. [8]

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