Andrew Seumalo is in his first season on the Nebraska coaching staff in 2017. Seumalo serves as a graduate assistant and works extensively with the Husker defensive line, a unit that is switching from a 4-3 scheme last season to a 3-4 scheme this fall.
Seumalo came to Nebraska after spending the 2015 season as a graduate assistant at Oregon State and the 2016 season as a graduate assistant at Arizona State, where his father, Joe, is the Sun Devils' defensive line coach. Seumalo began his coaching career on Mike Riley's final Oregon State staff in 2014, where he again coached alongside his father, Joe.
Seumalo also played for Riley at Oregon State. Originally a walk-on with the Beavers, Seumalo was a four-year letterwinner at OSU from 2009 to 2012, earning a scholarship as a senior, when he also served as a team captain. Seumalo ended his Beaver career with 23 straight starts. He was honorable-mention All-Pac-12 as a senior and was also named to the Pac-12 Academic second team after being an honorable-mention choice as both a sophomore and a junior.