From the WV football site:
Xavier Dye joined the Mountaineer coaching staff as the wide receivers coach in February 2019.A native of Greenwood, South Carolina, Dye came to West Virginia after serving as an offensive graduate assistant coach for the past two years at Clemson, assisting with the receiving corps. The Tigers finished with a 27-2 record during those years, won two Atlantic Coast Conference Championships, advanced to the CFP semifinals in 2017 and won the national championship in 2018.In 2018, the Tigers led the ACC in scoring, averaging 44.3 points per game (No. 4 nationally) and total offense, 527.2 yards per game (No. 3), was second in rushing offense, 248.2 yards per game (No. 10) and third in passing offense, 279.0 yards per game (No. 23).One of Dye’s receivers, Tee Higgins, was No. 1 in the league and No. 8 in the nation in receiving touchdowns (12). He also ranked No. 6 in the ACC in receiving yards and No. 11 in receptions per game. Justyn Ross finished No. 2 in the league in receiving touchdowns and No. 5 in receiving yards.Higgins and senior Hunter Renfrow were named to the ACC All-League Second Team. Renfrow also was selected for the Burlsworth Trophy (top player who began career as a walk-on) and the Bowden Award (dedicated to faith, family, friends and football) and Ross was named a Freshman All-American.In 2017, Clemson had a balanced offensive attack, averaging 194.1 rushing yards per game (No. 35 nationally) and 429.6 yards of total offense (No. 38). The Tigers were No. 32 in scoring offense (33.3), No. 7 in third-down conversion percentage (.463) and No. 17 in first-down offense. Renfrow was No. 10 in the ACC in receptions per game, and Deon Cain was No. 8 in receiving yards. The duo was named to the ACC All-League Third Team.Prior to Clemson, Dye was the receivers coach and offensive coordinator at Woodmont High School, helping lead the Wildcats to an appearance in the South Carolina 5A playoffs. He also spent two years at Greenville High School, serving the first year as the receivers coach (2014) before being promoted to offensive coordinator in 2015, while still coaching the receivers. He spent the 2013 season at Western Carolina as a defensive quality control coach and an academic counselor.A dean’s list student, Dye played collegiately at Clemson from 2007-10, earning a bachelor’s degree in sociology. A two-year starting wide receiver (2009-10), he had a receiving touchdown from a quarterback (Kyle Parker), wide receiver (Jacoby Ford) and running back (C.J. Spiller) in 2009. He became the first Tiger with a receiving touchdown from three different players in the same year, from three different positions.While a student-athlete at Clemson, Dye was actively involved in community service events earning on spot on the American Football Coaches Association’s Allstate Good Works Team and was a finalist for the John Wooden Award. He was selected for the FCA Spiritual Award and served as a keynote speaker at numerous functions.