Trent Dilfer, the Super Bowl winning quarterback who has affected so many prep players through his Elite 11 quarterback camps, will now be a full-time high school football coach.
The 46-year-old was just named the head coach at Lipscomb Academy (Nashville, Tenn.)
Dilfer takes over a program that went a combined 3-19 the past two seasons. Lipscomb is described as a "private, college preparatory, Christian school serving students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grades. Enrollment in the 2016-17 school year was listed on the school's website as 1,213.
Lipscomb won state titles in 1994, 2002 and 2007 and from 2004-08 the Mustangs were a combined 65-8.
Dilfer led the Ravens to a 2001 Super Bowl title, 34-7, over the New York Giants, highlighting a 14-year career that also featured more than 20,000 passing yards and 113 touchdowns.
He's served as an analyst on ESPN but has been best known as being the head coach of the Elite 11 football camps, helping to develop most of the top quarterbacks over the last decade, including Josh Rosen, Kyler Murray, Jared Goff and Deshaun Watson.