Anthony Rinaudo joined the Hawks football program in 2019 as the team’s Tight Ends Coach.
He comes to the Hilltop from Concordia Preparatory School in Towson, Maryland where he was the team’s Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach. He developed and implemented the team’s game plan while overseeing all offensive operations and play-calling duties. Rinaudo helped the squad to the 2018 MIAA Conference title game in just the program’s second season.
Prior to Concordia Prep, Rinaudo was an Offensive Position Coach at Calvert Hall College. He supervised team lifts and conducted individual wide receiver position drills while organizing the scout team. He was also responsible for recruiting and film breakdown.
Rinaudo was selected to be an assistant coach for the Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star Game, hosting top players from the state of Maryland. He also was tabbed as a position coach for the United States National Football Team from 2015 to 2016, assisted with player evaluations and its camps while coaching in the International Bowl in 2016.
Rinaudo is a 2016 graduate of Towson University with a degree in Sport Management and Business Administration.