Tight Ends Coach
Jason D. Diller is entering his sixth season as an assistant for the Bluffton football team. He is the tight ends coach this year after directing the running backs last season. Diller worked with 2012 HCAC Freshman of the Year Calib Alexander who rushed for 445 yards and hauled in 10 receptions for 189 yards while racking up five touchdowns.
He previously served as head varsity football coach at Cory-Rawson High School for four years. In 2003, he was named Northwestern Ohio Division VI Coach-of-the-Year and WFIN Coach-of-the-Year. He directed Cory-Rawson to its first league title in 11 years while racking up the most wins (11) ever for a single season.
A 1995 Bluffton graduate, he continued his education at Marygrove College where he obtained a master's of art in teaching (2003). Diller teaches chemistry, physics and physical science at Cory-Rawson High School and resides in Bluffton.