The 2020 season is Corey Guymon’s his fifth on Derek Mason’s staff. He serves the program as co-director of player development.
Guymon has helped the Vanderbilt program in many ways. Besides his current player development role, he has worked as an analytic quality control in 2016 and offensive graduate assistant in 2017.
Guymon’s player development position has four goals – to create a student-athlete valued experience, increase student-athlete community involvement, prepare student-athletes for life after college encourage and continued involvement from alumni.
Guymon joined the Commodores after serving as a student assistant for four years at Ole Miss, contributing to a 34-18 overall record for the football program.
Guymon assisted Ole Miss receivers coaches, aiding an offense that ranked as the Southeastern Conference’s highest scoring unit in 2015. He also worked with Biletnikoff Award finalist and All-SEC receiver Laquon Treadwell at Ole Miss.
As a student assistant, Guymon helped the Rebels to four consecutive postseason appearances, including the 2015 Sugar Bowl.
Guymon earned a bachelor’s in history from Ole Miss in December 2015.
A native of Searcy, Arkansas, Guymon graduated from Harding Academy. He played safety and wide receiver during his prep career.
Guymon completed a master’s degree in liberal arts and science from Vanderbilt in May 2018.