|Position:||Director of Player Personnel|
|City/State:||Orland Park, Ill.|
Sean Dillon is in his second season as Nebraska's director of player personnel and his fourth straight season in that role under Scott Frost. Dillon is in his 13th straight season serving on the same staff as Frost.
Dillon helped the Huskers in a variety of ways in his first season, including his efforts toward a Nebraska recruiting class that was regarded among the top 20 classes nationally.
Previously, Dillon was the director of player personnel under Frost at UCF in 2016 and 2017. Dillon was a part of the Knight staff that posted the greatest two-year turnaround in NCAA history, as UCF went from 0-12 the season before Frost's arrival to 13-0 in Frost's second and final season.
Previously, Dillon spent nine seasons at Oregon, when Frost was a Duck assistant for those same nine seasons. Dillon was Oregon’s director of high school relations from 2012 to 2015, after serving as a Ducks’ recruiting assistant from 2009 to 2012. He began his career as a quality control coach at Northwestern in 2009.
Originally from Orland Park, Ill., Dillon played collegiately at Valparaiso from 2004 to 2008. He totaled 158 tackles in his junior and senior seasons combined, including 87 stops as a senior. Dillon earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management from Valparaiso in 2008.