Former Arizona Cardinals scout Don Corzine is in his ninth year as the Director of Operations for the University of Miami football program.
In his current role, Corzine oversees the day-to-day operations of the Miami football team with responsibilities including team travel, staff coordination and budget control. Corzine additionally directs all efforts behind the scenes for the Manny Diaz Football Camps.
Corzine was selected to serve on the College Football Playoff Advisory Committee for 2020.
Prior to joining the Hurricanes’ staff, Corzine had spent the previous seven years with the Arizona Cardinals and was the organization’s east coast scout for the last four years. He joined the organization in June 2005 as its northeast scout.
Prior to his jump to the NFL, Corzine served as the Director of Football Operations at Connecticut from 2000-2005 under then-head coach Randy Edsall. While at UConn, Corzine was responsible for coordinating team travel, pre-season camp and player housing. He also designed and implemented a recruiting evaluation system, while organizing and coordinating clinics and recruiting visits.
Before being named Director of Football Operations at UConn, he was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Huskies from March 1999 to May 2000. During his six-year tenure in Storrs, Conn., he directed the Randy Edsall Football Camp; he organized and administered housing, budgeting and scheduling for the camp, while also hiring and assigning camp staff.
A native of Canton, Ohio, Corzine graduated from Indiana University in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in sport management. Following graduation, he spent eight months as a graduate assistant at Ball State.
|Education||Indiana, 1998 (B.S., Sport Management)|
|1998-99||Graduate Assistant, Ball State|
|1999-2000||Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, UConn|
|2000-05||Director of Football Operations, UConn|
|2005-08||Northeast Scout, Arizona Cardinals|
|2008-12||East Coast Scout, Arizona Cardinals|
|2012-||Director of Football Operations, Miami|