Marquis Mosely is in his third season along the Black Knights' sideline.
Mosely, who will again assist Tucker Waugh in overseeing Army's wide receivers, lettered for three years at the University of Illinois before closing out his collegiate playing career under former Army head coach Todd Berry at Illinois State University. A standout receiver, Mosely captured first team All-Gateway Conference honors that season. Earlier in his career, he had competed against Berry when Illinois faced East Carolina in the 1994 Liberty Bowl. Berry served as East Carolina's offensive coordinator at the time.
After earning a bachelor's degree in communications and aviation from the Illinois in 1998, Mosely entered the hotel and aviation industries. He served as a commercial pilot for two years before signing on the staff of his former football mentor.
Mosely was one of five members of Berry's previous West Point staff retained by new Army head coach Bobby Ross this past December. He will serve in a restricted duties capacity.
The 28-year-old native of Bloomington, Ill., is single and resides in Highland Falls, N.Y.