South Carolina analyst Stanton Weber is expected to become the special teams coordinator at Toledo, FootballScoop reported on Wednesday.

Weber was a special teams analyst with the Gamecocks after he spent the previous 4 seasons on the staff of his alma mater, Kansas State. Weber was a wide receiver and special teams standout for the Wildcats. He spent his first 2 years (2017-18) on staff as an offensive graduate assistant, and the next 2 seasons (2019-20) in a full-time role as the special teams quality control coach.

Weber’s father, Stan, was a quarterback for the Wildcats from 1980-84, and is the current K-State radio analyst.

According to his South Carolina bio, Weber was a team captain as a senior at K-State in 2015, played in 46 career games and ended with 19 special teams tackles. He helped the Wildcats accumulate a 34-18 record, earn a Big 12 Championship in 2012 and advance to four-straight bowl games. He also excelled in the classroom as he was a three-time First Team Academic All-Big 12 performer who was nominated with a 4.0 GPA all 3 times.