Austin Tucker is in his second season as an analyst on offense for Florida State in 2021.
Tucker joined the FSU staff after two seasons as wide receivers coach at North Alabama. In his first season with the Lions, he led a group that included four freshmen who combined to make 145 receptions for 1,861 yards and 14 touchdowns. In his second season, the quartet combined for 153 receptions, 2,475 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Prior to his time at UNA, Tucker was a graduate assistant at Memphis in 2017 and Auburn in 2016. He also spent time as an offensive coordinator at Shiloh Christian School and Hewitt-Trussville High School.
Tucker was a wide receiver at Arkansas from 2007-11, helping the Razorbacks to a 21-5 record with appearances in the Sugar Bowl and the Cotton Bowl over his final two seasons. He earned his bachelor’s degree in P-12 kinesiology from Arkansas in 2011.
Tucker and his wife, Adrienne, have two daughters, Willa and Finley, and two sons, Zeke and Nash.