Kevin Sumlin is expected to join Mike Locksley’s coaching staff at Maryland, according to a report.

Per On3’s Matt Zenitz, Sumlin is being targeted as Maryland’s next tight ends coach. This would be his first job in college football since parting ways with Arizona in 2020.

According to InsideMDSports.com’s Jeff Ermann, Sumlin will also be Maryland’s co-offensive coordinator. It’s currently unclear who would be the other co-OC or if Sumlin would have play-calling responsibilities.

Sumlin was fired after 3 seasons with Arizona. In 2022, he was named head coach and general manager of the Houston Gamblers in the USFL.

Prior to coming to Arizona, Sumlin was Texas A&M’s head coach from 2012-17. He led the Aggies to a record of 51-26 during his tenure. He parted ways with the program following a 7-5 campaign in 2017.

Sumlin previously served as a tight ends coach at Oklahoma from 2003-05.