Recruiting Areas: East Cincinnati, Columbus, Northwest Ohio, Georgia, Nashville, TN, Knoxville, TN, South Florida
Caleb Corrill is entering his second season as Offensive Coordinator after serving as the Mount QB's Coach the previous two seasons. Additionally, he serves as the Mount's Director of Recruiting.
In his inagural campaign calling plays, Coach Corrill directed an offense that finished in the Top 20 in NCAA Division III in Scoring Offense (14th - 40.7 PPG) and Passing Offense (18th - 310.0 Yds). He directed an offense that scored 30 or more points in nine games and scored over 50 points in three games, including back-to-back weeks of 66 points (Earlham) and 71 points (Anderson). In that matchup against Anderson, Junior quarterback Chaiten Tomlin tied an NCAA Division III record by throwing for nine touchdowns. The Passing Offense shattered many school records in 2017, including Total Passing Yards (3,053), Completions (194), and Touchdowns (40). Along with Tomlin, three other offensive members garnered HCAC All-Conference accolades. Corrill, who began as the Quarterbacks coach in 2015, has played a pivotal role in the improvement of the offense the past 3 seasons, including a Passing Offense that has improved significantly the past three seasons.
Previous to joining the Mount, Corrill was coaching at his high school alma mater, Batavia High School from 2010-2014.
Corrill played quarterback in college at both Mount St. Joseph and Thomas More College, ultimately finishing his degree in Secondary Education at Grand Canyon University. He is the son of former Bativa HS Coach Jamie Corrill. Corrill is engaged to Jamie Bare, the couple reside in Anderson Township, and will be married this summer.