Macander Dieudonne is in his first season as the tight end coach with the jaguars.
Coach Dieudonne is coming from his alma Mater Webber international University in lake wales, Florida where he coach Nemours position on the offensive side of the ball. During his year coaching stint, he was able to help Tight End Nick Marrill achieve First team All-conference in 2017 and Running back Davonte Williams earn second team All-conference honors as a freshmen in 2018.
Coach Dieudonne graduated from Weber with a master's degree in business. As a high school athlete, Coach Dieudonne received numerous awards including All-State and All-County Athlete in Wrestling and Football.
As a collegiate player for Webber, Coach Dieudonne was a four-year starter for the warriors offensive line that anchored the team to the 2014 Inaugural the Sun Conference Championship. The team also featured the 12th nationally ranked rushing offense. Additional, Coach Dieudonne and that offensive line were a center piece for the nation's 11th ranked rushing offense in 2015. Also in 2015, the Warriors topped the 300-yard rushing mark in five games, including a 446-yard performance against Arizona Christian to open the season. Running behind Coach Dieudonne and the Warriors offensive line, senior running back Darius Page set a Webber International single-season rushing record with 1,239 yards.
Coach Dieudonne finished his Career as a Team Captain and as a two-time first team All-Sun Conference selection as a junior and senior. He was named a 2015 USA College Football NAIA Division Preseason All-American, USA College Football First-Team All-American, Second-Team 2015 NAIA Coaches' All-America, a NSCA All-American and 2016 Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year, and was a invitee to numerous all-star and bowl games such as the USA College Football Bowl and NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.
Macander Dieudonne now resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.