Quentin Coryatt was a star linebacker at Texas A&M where he was a second team All-American and the SWC’s Defensive Player of the Year. In his junior season, the Aggies led the nation in defense behind Coryatt’s standout play. In his junior season at Texas A&M, he gained notoriety when ESPN dubbed one of Coryatt's tackles as the "Hit of the Year."

He was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the second-overall NFL Draft pick in 1992. Coryatt played with the Colts through 1998 while racking up 78 games with the franchise. He played a final season in 1999 with the Dallas Cowboys. He played all different positions among linebackers and knows what it takes to succeed at football’s highest levels.


Quentin Coryatt
FBU Linebackers Coach
Playing Career
College: Texas A&M
Draft: 1992 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2

Indianapolis Colts (1992-98)
Dallas Cowboys (1999)

Career Highlights

College All American (1991)
SWC Defensive Player of the Year (1991)
All SWC Team (1991)
NFL 2nd Overall Pick (1992)
Texas A&M Hall of Fame (2009)