|Alma Mater:||Shepherd '05|
|Experience:||3rd Year at SU|
Correll returns for his third season as an assistant coach at Stevenson in 2013 and serves as the team's offensive coordinator. This past season the Mustangs ranked third in rushing offense behind Middle Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Year and All-MAC First Team honoree K.K. Smith. Left tackle Ricky Congo was named to the All-MAC Second Team.
The offense also totaled eight 100-yard rushers including two 200-yard rushers. In the 35-7 victory at Misericordia, the Mustangs had two 100-yard rushers and totaled a school record 354 rushing yards.
In 2011, the offense boasted two All-MAC Second Team selections in wide receiver Jae DeShields and fullback Ryan Crawley. Stevenson also had seven 100-yard receivers and three 100-yard rushers.
Correll came to Stevenson from Division II Shepherd where he spent three seasons as the wide receivers coach at his alma mater from 2007-09. He mentored four All-WVIAC selections and helped guide the Rams to a 21-11 overall record, including a mark of 10-2 in 2007. That year, the team won its 16th WVIAC championship and made its ninth appearance in the NCAA Division II Football Championship. Shepherd was ranked at No. 13 in the final AFCA Division II Coaches' Poll.
Correll also served three years as the Rams' video coordinator and was responsible for recruiting Baltimore and Southern Maryland as well as Northern Virginia. He worked several development camps as well, including the East Coast Elite QB/WR Camp from 2007-09 and the Jerry Franks Passing Camp from 2006-09.
A 2005 graduate of Shepherd, Correll earned a bachelor of science degree in recreation and leisure studies. He was a two-time All-WVIAC Second Team selection and still ranks fourth in school history with 1,760 receiving yards, seventh with 13 touchdown receptions and eighth with 98 receptions.
Correll helped lead Shepherd to a 26-14 overall record, including a mark of 21-7 in the WVIAC and the 2004 WVIAC championship. He led the team in receptions, yards and receiving touchdowns as a junior and senior, finishing third in the conference in yards per game in 2003 and fourth in 2004.
As a senior in 2004, Correll totaled 702 receiving yards which ranks as the ninth-highest mark in school history. He totaled 100 yards receiving three times, including a career-high 177 yards and two touchdowns versus West Liberty on Oct. 25, 2003 and an NCAA record-tying 99-yard touchdown reception against Fairmont State on Sept. 25, 2004.
Correll played in 40 career games and had a catch in 32 of those, finishing his career with at least one reception in his last 18.
Following his graduation, Correll spent two seasons at Park View High School in Sterling, Virginia, including one as the team's offensive coordinator in 2006 when the Patriots finished with a 9-2 record and the second of two-straight Dulles District championships. Park View averaged 31.1 points and 362.5 yards per game en route to earning the number two seed in the Virginia 2A state playoffs.
Correll was the Patriots' wide receivers and defensive backs coach in 2005 where he mentored two-time all-district, all-region and all-state selection Deric Dudinski who was also the 2006 Virginia 2A Player of the Year.
A native of Port Republic, Correll earned his master's degree in college student development and administration from Shepherd in 2009. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association and lives in Shepherdstown.