Continuing the offensive overhaul of the coaching staff at LSU, Ed Orgeron is bringing in one of the state’s most experienced offensive minds to Baton Rouge.

According to FootballScoop, LSU will be adding Louisiana Lafayette assistant coach Jorge Munoz to Orgeron’s coaching staff for the 2018 season. Munoz served at ULL for the past 10 seasons. Last season, Munoz was the ULL receivers coach, a position he also held from 2010-15. He served as the program’s offensive coordinator in 2016.

Munoz’s offensive knowledge goes well beyond the receiver position, as he also has experience as a passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach for ULL. During the 2008 season, while serving as QB coach and passing coordinator, ULL QB Michael Desormeaux was named Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Year.

The assistant coach also has experience at Charleston Southern, Anderson College, Southeast Missouri and Bethany College.

Considering the offensive massive overhaul underway in Baton Rouge, adding a coach with this much experience should only help ease the transition from Matt Canada’s offense back to Steve Ensminger’s system in 2018.