Guy Lemonier, Jr., is in his first season as a graduate assistant on offense for Florida State in 2021.
Lemonier began his coaching career as an offensive quality control coach at Howard in 2018 before becoming the wide receivers coach at New Mexico Military Institute in 2019. The Miami native then served as offensive coordinator at Monsignor Edward Pace High School, his alma mater, in 2020. He also served as the athletic director at Blessed Trinity Catholic School in 2020 and was head coach of the post-grad team at Tru Prep Academy for spring of 2021.
He played in 28 games at Howard University and totaled 1,582 all-purpose yards over his three seasons. He caught 59 passes for 707 yards and five touchdowns while also rushing five times for 78 yards and totaling 797 return yards. Lemonier led the team in receiving touchdowns as a sophomore and was second on the team in all-purpose yards, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns as a junior. He started in Howard’s 43-40 upset win over UNLV as a senior in 2017 and helped the Bison to a 7-4 record, which were the program’s most wins in a season since 2012.
Lemonier was a three-time member of the MEAC All-Academic Team and earned his bachelor’s degree in leisure studies in 2017.