If you've driven through Marsing, you've seen his huge face. Literally his picture is plastered on a building in the small Idaho town. He's a Marsing High Graduate, former BSU star, and was an NFL first-round pick. His name is Shea McClellin, and after six years in the NFL, he's coming home; and he's going to be helping the next generation of Idaho Football stars.

According to the Idaho Stateman, Mountain View High School announced that McClellin has accepted a position as linebacker coach for the Maverick's football team. It seems as though the opportunity was too good to pass up. McClellin tells the Statesman, "I don't like to pass up good opportunities, and it was a really good one." After suffering from injuries and being released by the New England Patriots in March, McClellin decided it was a good time to return to Idaho, but says he isn't officially retiring.

Good luck, Coach McClellin and Mountain View Mavericks!