Title: Assistant Football Coach (tight ends)
Degrees: B.A., Hanover (2010)
Clayton Mannering came to DePauw in the spring of 2013 after serving two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at Carthage College.
A native of Walton, Ind. and a 2010 Hanover College graduate, Mannering earned a bachelor of arts degree and majored in both English and Spanish. He was a three-year starting linebacker for the Panthers and served as a captain for two seasons. Mannering was the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference's Mental Attitude Award recipient in 2009 and earned the team's mental attitude and most improved defensive player honors in 2008.
An intern with the Ball State University football program in the summer of 2010, Mannering taught English at Goshen High School during the spring of 2011.
He then moved on to Carthage College (Wis.) where he coached wide receivers, was responsible for offensive film breakdown and served as the team's academic tutor. While at Carthage, Mannering also worked toward a master of education degree.