A 1995 graduate of ICC, where he was an NJCAA All-American, Duce Staley has been the running backs coach for the Philadelphia Eagles since 2013.
Prior to coaching, he served as the Eagles' special teams quality control coach, assisting with both special teams as well as the team's rushing corps. He was a third round draft choice for the Eagles in 1997 from the University of South Carolina, where he was elected to the Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012.
A multi-talented running back for the Eagles (1997-2003) and Pittsburgh Steelers (2004-06), Staley gained 5,785 yards during his career, including 4,807 with the Eagles (fifth most in team history). He was voted by his teammates as the Eagles offensive MVP three times and earned a Super Bowl.