Jason McEndoo

TE Coach, Oklahoma State

About this speaker

The 2011 American Football Coaches Association FCS Assistant Coach of the Year, Jason McEndoo spent 12 seasons as an assistant coach at Montana State prior to coming to Oklahoma State in February of 2015. At Oklahoma State, McEndoo coaches the Cowboy Backs - a flexible tight end/fullback hybrid position that is utilized in a number of ways in the offense. Oklahoma State has won 10 games in four of McEndoo’s seven seasons in Stillwater. In 2020, McEndoo coached both Logan Carter and Jelani Woods to honorable mention All-Big 12 honors, as they combined to catch 16 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns while also playing a key role as blockers in the OSU running game. McEndoo helped coach Montana State to five Big Sky Conference championships during his time in Bozeman. In 2014, Montana State ranked seventh among all FCS schools with 244.4 rushing yards per game, was ninth in the FCS with 488.6 yards of total offense per game and was 11th in the FCS with 38.2 points per game. He coached high school football in Washington from 2000-02 before arriving at MSU in 2003.


Drill for success at the Tight End & Fullback positions

March 10, 2023, 01:00 PM
Jason McEndoo