He holds three degrees. He aspires to be a head coach in the NFL. He is also the guy who taught Marques Colston (of the NE Saints) how to run a route and catch a ball.
Hofstra is a small college. His protege Colston was drafted in the 6th and last round last year of the NFL draft. He went on to have 1000 receiving yards in his first season (this rarely happens to receivers in pro ball). Colston had an even better season in 2007.
I think we have a great receivers coach. he is not well known, but that will change.
Don't know anything about Elizondo but he can't be any worse than the coaching staff we had last year. Let's hope he can work with guys like Stala who seem to have fallen off and help them regain their form.
I will also be tracking the progress of Desriveaux and Deslauriers closely. How well they fare this year will be influenced by Elizondo, I'm sure.