Dan Mozes
Dan  Mozes

Assistant Strength Coach

2nd Season

Dan Mozes is in his second season at Michigan. He was promoted to a full-time position in 2010 after serving as a part-time assistant strength coach for the football team in 2009. Mozes joins the Wolverines after competing in the National Football League with the Minnesota Vikings for 18 months.

Following a five-year career at West Virginia University, Mozes signed a free agent contract with the Vikings in 2007, but missed the following season due to a knee injury. At WVU, he started at center all four seasons under Rich Rodriguez and was a 2006 consensus All-American and a four-time All-Big East honoree. As a senior in 2006, Mozes received the Rimington Tropy, awarded annually to college football's top center.

A Washington, Pa., native, Mozes earned a degree in communications with a minor in athletic coaching education from West Virginia (2006) and was named Academic All-Big East four consecutive seasons (2003-06).