Todd Wike begins his collegiate coaching career this year at Georgetown. This will mark his first college coaching job and he will tutor GU's offensive linemen.
The past two years Wike spent playing professional football for the Oakland Raiders and in the NFL Europe developmental league. He played for the Scottish Claymores and served as the team captain last year. Wike was originally signed by Oakland as a free agent on April 29, 2003.
Wike's collegiate playing days were spent at the University of Maryland where he started 35 consecutive regular season games on the offensive line. At the end of his senior year Wike was named an ESPN All-American First Team selection at the center position and was the recipient of the James M. Tatum Award, given to the Terps Lineman-of-the-Year. He was an All-ACC performer in both 2001 and 2002 along with being an All-ACC Academic selection three straight years between 1999-02. Wike played center and left guard during his four years at College Park and graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy.
Wike hails from Lebanon, Pennsylvania and now lives in Bethesda, MD.