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Director - Ryan Larsen

Complete Wideout Camps are coordinated by longtime Complete QB Camp Coach, Ryan Larsen. Larsen is entering his third season on the Stevenson staff in 2017, serving as the team's offensive coordinator. In 2016, the Mustangs went 9-2 overall, won the Middle Atlantic Conference, went to the NCAA Division III playoffs, and finished the season ranked 20th in the country. Offensively the Mustangs set or reestablished 16 team offensive records as well as 4 individual offensive school records while averaging 34.9 points per game, and 360.4 yards per game.

Prior to Stevenson, Coach Larson was at Rhodes College serving as the Passing Game Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach. During the 2012 season Larsen coached BSN Preseason All-American Jack Lartigue to a record breaking year. During the 2012 campaign Lartigue set school records in almost every receiving category including receptions in a game as he hauled in 18 against Trinity University (TX). Lartigue went on to represent the South in the Division III Senior Classic All Star Game as a starting Wideout. Larsen comes to Rhodes from NCAA Division III perennial power Wabash College (IN), where he served as Wide Receivers Coach. During Larsen’s tenure, the Wide Receiver corps accounted for 24 touchdown catches on a team that were NCAC Champions, made it to the Elite Eight in the 2011 NCAA playoffs, and had an overall record of 12-1. Under Larsen’s tutelage, Wabash seniors Jonathon Horn and Wes Chamblee were voted 1st and 2nd team All North Coast Athletic Conference, respectively; with Chamblee garnering 1st Team All-NCAC, All-Region, and All-American honors as a Return Specialist.

Previous to Wabash, Larsen worked at Indiana University as a GA. Coach Larsen graduated from Claremont McKenna College in May 2009, where he was a four-year letterwinner as a Quarterback for Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletic Department. His senior year he was an SCIAC Academic All-Conference selection, a team captain, and was the sole recipient of the 2009 Dickinson Student-Athlete Award for leadership, academic achievement, sportsmanship, and service as a senior.