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Markus Alleyne

is in his first

season as

Director of Player

Development for

the Sun Devil

football program.

Alleyne was

most recently

at Iowa State where he had two separate stints

working in football operations over a six-year

period. Alleyne initially joined the Cyclone football

program as assistant director of operations in

2009. In 2013 he came to the Valley to work for

the Fiesta Bowl before returning to Iowa State

later in the year as Assistant Athletics Director of

Football Operations.

In his most recent position at Iowa State Alleyne

coordinated the daily, weekly and monthly

schedules of the Iowa State coaching staff,

players and support staff. He also oversaw

the football budget and the Gridiron Club and

arranged trade-out for a variety of different team


Alleyne, a native of Montreal, served as director

of player relations at Akron for two seasons

prior to his arrival at Iowa State. He spent his

initial two UA campaigns as a football operations

assistant. Alleyne also coordinated the Zips’

community service projects.

In his position at Akron, he helped with

administrative duties, including coordination of

team travel, summer camps and recruiting visits.

Alleyne also served as the UA football program’s

liaison with the NFL. In addition, he was the

school’s academic support services contact.

Prior to joining the Akron staff Alleyne was an

intern under the assistant general manager for

the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football

League. He also served an internship at the

McGill University Sports Complex and worked

extensively with the YMCA Montreal.

Alleyne has a degree in recreation administration

from Concordia University (Montreal), and a

business administration degree from Vanier

College (Montreal). In December of 2007,

Alleyne received his master’s degree in sport

management from Akron.





Josh Martin

enters his third

season on the

Arizona State

coaching staff

and his first as a

senior offensive


Martin spent the

2015 season as an assistant coach, working

primarily with the running backs and tight ends,

and was an offensive graduate assistant at ASU

in 2014.

Martin worked closely with the offensive line

in 2014, where he worked with First-Team

All-Pac-12 left guard Jamil Douglas and

Second-Team All-Pac-12 center Nick Kelly. The

combination of Douglas and Kelly paved the way

for D.J Foster to record a 1,000-yard rushing

campaign and played a pivotal role in the Sun

Devil offense recording a 91-percent conversion

rate on red zone trips (12th in the nation) and

scoring 37 points per game (16th in nation.)

Douglas would go on to be drafted by the Miami

Dolphins in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL


Martin spent two years with Tarleton State

University, his alma mater, as the offensive line

coach prior to arrive at Arizona State. Tarleton

State split the Division II Lone Star Conference

championship in 2013 and finished third in the

conference in 2012 with Martin on the staff.

Martin’s offensive line at TSU helped post an

impressive 222.0 yards per game in 2013, good

for third in the Lone Star Conference and 176.10

yards per game in 2012 that was also third in

the conference. The 2012 squad allowed just

1.5 sacks per game, also good for third in the


Prior to that, he spent time at Texas Tech

University as an assistant with the offensive and

defensive lines.

Martin was a three-year starter at offensive

guard and tackle at Tarleton State and graduated

with a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise and

Sports Studies.





Conrad Hamilton

was named

Senior Defensive

Analyst for the

Sun Devil football

program in April


“Conrad comes

from the state

of Arizona’s coaching ranks and he played in

the NFL for seven seasons and so he brings a

high level of experience to our program,” ASU

head coach Todd Graham said of Hamilton’s

professional pedigree.

Hamilton comes to ASU after serving as the

head football coach and defensive coordinator

at Chaparral High School in Scottsdale for the

previous two seasons. In 2015 Hamilton led

Chaparral to a Section Championship in the

school's first season at Division I, and as a

first-year head coach, he led the team to a state

semifinal appearance.

As a defensive coordinator at Chaparral, Hamilton

helped the team win back-to-back Division II

state titles as he was responsible for all aspects

of preparing the defensive unit. Hamilton coached

11 Division I defensive backs between 2007-

2015 along with 15 All-State defensive backs.

Hamilton was selected by the New York Giants

in the seventh round of the 1996 NFL Draft.

He played seven seasons at cornerback with

the New York Giants and the Atlanta Falcons.

Over his career he collected 166 tackles,

three interceptions, one quarterback sack, one

fumble recovery, one forced fumble and 37 pass

deflections. He also returned 19 kickoffs for

382 yards.

Conrad earned his Bachelors of Science from

Eastern New Mexico University, where he was a

two-time All-American and Lone Star Conference

Defensive Back of the Year recipient. In 2004

Hamilton was inducted into ENMU’s Sports Hall

of Honors.





Danny Phillips

enters his fourth

year on head

coach Todd

Graham’s staff.

In his first three

seasons Phillips

has served in the

roles of Defensive

Analyst and On-Campus Recruiting Manager.

Phillips’ defensive input contributed to ASU’s

to back-to-back 10-win seasons and two bowl

appearances in 2013-14.

Before his time with the Sun Devils, Phillips

served as the Athletic Director and Head Football

Coach at Central High School, located in Tulsa,

Oklahoma. Phillips led the Braves to a 16-14

record over three seasons.

From 2008-10 Phillips was an Assistant Football

Coach at Broken Arrow High School in Oklahoma.

Phillips operated as the Varsity Linebackers

coach and Special Teams Coordinator.

In 2006, Phillips served as a Special Teams

Coordinator and Defensive Line Coach at Rice

University, helping the team achieve a 7-6

overall record and their first bowl appearance

in 45 years. With the addition of Phillips, Rice’s

defense’s national ranking improved from 109th

in 2005 to 60th in 2006.

From 2003-06, Phillips operated as the

Defensive Line Coach at the University of Tulsa.

During his three seasons at Tulsa, Phillips led the

defensive line and helped the Golden Hurricane

to a 29-22 overall record and a Conference USA

Championship in 2005.

Prior to working at Tulsa University, Phillips spent 2002

as a Graduate Assistant at West Virginia University,

working directly with the Linebackers Corp.

From 1997-02, Phillips served as the Special

Teams Coordinator and Linebacker Coach at Allen

High School, located in Allen, Texas. Phillips also

operated as the Head Varsity Wrestling Coach

and worked as a Biology teacher during his time

at Allen.

Prior to coaching at Allen High School, Phillips

spent two years as the Defensive Coordinator

and Special Teams Assistant at Edmond Santa

Fe High School. Phillips also served as a biology

teacher while at Edmond Santa Fe.

From 1993-94, Phillips served as a Linebacker

Coach at Edmond Memorial High School, located

in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Phillips attended the University of Central

Oklahoma from 1991 to 1994 were he received

a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and

Physical Education, as well as a minor in General

Science and Biology.

Phillips graduated from Marlow High School,

located in Marlow, Oklahoma, in 1988.