HUB Coaching Staff
HUB Coach - Quarterbacks
George Patrick "Geep" Chryst has 25 years of NFL coaching experience, working as an offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach and tight ends coach.
In San Francisco from 2011-2014 the 49ers won 54 games in that span and both Alex Smith and Colin Kaepernick. Both set career records for passer rating in 2012 when Kaepernick took over for Smith Week 11 in a MNF win over the Bears.
Neither QB had enough throws to qualify for the league rating title but Smith (104.3 rating) would have finished 3rd and Kaepernick (98.3 rating) would have been 7th. No NFL team has had two quarterbacks finish in the Top Ten the same season.
Coaching Jake Plummer in Arizona, he was named to the NFL All-Rookie team QB and the following year lead the Cardinals to their first playoff win in 41 years.
During 13 of his 25 seasons the offense he was coaching with ranked in the Top Ten in either Rushing, Passing or Points Scored.
His NFL experience coaching includes time with Denver (2017-18), Carolina (2006–10), Arizona (2001–03, 1996–98), San Diego (1999-2000) and Chicago (1991-95).
In addition to his coaching and quality control duties Chryst has specialized in football analytics. He was involved in a Silicon Valley startup as a co-founder of Game Analytics, Inc. and has consulted both college and NFL teams on Game Management.
HUB Coach - Quarterbacks
Ty Detmer won the Heisman Trophy in 1990 while playing quarterback for Brigham Young University (BYU). He went on to play professionally in the National Football League (NFL) for fourteen seasons. He was the offensive coordinator at BYU from 2015 to 2017. At BYU, Detmer broke numerous NCAA records and was twice recognized as a consensus All-American. A late-round pick in the 1992 NFL Draft, Detmer played for six NFL teams, including: Green Bay, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Cleveland, Detroit and Atlanta.
HUB Coach - Running Backs
Wayne Moses has served primarily as a running backs coach in his 30 years of coaching. After graduating from the University of Washington in 1977, where he was a starting cornerback, Moses began his coaching career at Cal State Fullerton. He's made numerous stops at power 5 conference programs such as NC State, Rutgers, UCLA (two stints), California, USC, Washington, Stanford and Pittsburgh.
He's coached Jonathan Franklin, UCLA's all-time leading rusher as well as 4 other players that lead the PAC-12 in rushing over his 19 seasons in the conference. He was also the running backs coach for the St. Louis Rams in 2006 and 2007 where he coached All-Pro running back Steven Jackson in his first Pro Bowl season. Currently, he enters his fourth season as an assistant coach with the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CA) football team for the 2020-2021 season.
HUB Coach - Offensive Line/Tight Ends
Eugene Chung has been an assistant offensive line coach in the NFL since 2010. Prior to coaching, Chung played collegiately at Virginia Tech where he earned All-America and All-Big East honors as a senior offensive tackle and was inducted in the Virginia Tech Hall of Fame in 2008. Drafted 13th overall in the 1993 NFL draft, Chung enjoyed a six-year playing career in the NFL that included stops in New England, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, Kansas City and Philadelphia.
He transitioned to the coaching side in 2010 and began his new career as an assistant offensive line coach for the Philadelphia Eagles. After spending three seasons in Philadelphia, he joined the Kansas City Chiefs from 2013-2015 in the same role under head coach Andy Reid. Chung was re-hired by the Eagles on January 20, 2016, by new head coach Doug Pederson, who was Chung's offensive coordinator with the Chiefs. Chung has coached some of the most dominant offensive lines in the NFL, most notably the 2018 Philadelphia Eagles who defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
HUB Coach - Offensive Line
A 37-year NFL/NCAA coaching veteran, Magazu coached offensive line and tight ends in the NFL for 14 years. He spent the 2015 and 2016 seasons with the Chicago Bears. Magazu began his NFL coaching career with the Carolina Panthers as the tight ends coach from 2003-06 before taking over the offensive line in 2007. He coached in Carolina until 2010. He served as offensive line coach for the Denver Broncos from 2011-14 before moving on to the Bears. In 2009, Magazu’s offensive line paved the way for Panthers DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart to become the NFL’s first tandem to each rush for over 1,100 yards in a season. During his last stop with the Bears in 2016, rookie RB Jordan Howard rushed for a franchise record 1,313 yards and only six teams allowed fewer sacks. Magazu also coached at the collegiate level at Colorado State, Kentucky, Memphis and Boston College. Coached in 2 Super Bowls (Carolina Panthers & Denver Broncos).
HUB Coach - Defensive Line
Board, a veteran defensive line coach in the National Football League, was a key member of four San Francisco 49ers' Super Bowl winning teams: Super Bowl XVI, Super Bowl XIX and Super Bowl XXIII as a player, and Super Bowl XXIX as a coach.
He is also a former standout defensive end who played for the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints from 1979 to 1988.
Board has served as an NFL coach for the 49ers, Raiders, Browns and most recently with the Seahawks.
HUB Coach - Linebackers
Junior Bryant played six years in the NFL, all with the San Francisco 49ers. The defensive lineman appeared in 83 total regular season games in his career and started in all 16 games during 1998 season where the 49ers went 12-4. He also recorded 13.5 sacks in his career.
After his career was cut short due to injuries, Bryant became an investor and advisor to various companies. He served as Executive Director for HGGC; an equity firm, Vice President and National Marketing and Sales Director for Pacific Global Investment Management Company and the Pacific Advisors Funds and Vice President and co-Managing Director of Smith & Bryant, Inc.; a real estate investment company.
HUB Coach - Defensive Backs
As a player, Tim McTyer was a standout defensive back in his two seasons at BYU in 1995 and 1996. After his BYU career, McTyer played four years in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts, Philadelphia Eagles and the Cleveland Browns.
When his playing career ended, McTyer went on to become the head coach at Banning High School in 2010, where he coached for three years. In 2018, he was hired as the defensive coordinator at Adelanto high school where he helped lead the Saints to a CIF-SS championship that year.
HUB Coach - Kickers/Punters/Long Snappers
Nick Novak is an 12-year NFL veteran kicker who was originally signed by the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent in 2005. He played college football at Maryland.
Novak has played for the Washington Redskins, Arizona Cardinals, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets, and Houston Texans of the NFL, as well as the Cologne Centurions of NFL Europe, the Florida Tuskers of the United Football League (UFL), the Birmingham Iron of the Alliance of American Football (AAF) and the Los Angeles Wildcats of the XFL.
Novak participated as a member of the coaching staff for HUB Football during their November event in 2019.