Samuel Madison is a former cornerback and current football coach in the United States. He is the cornerbacks coach and pass game specialist for the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins (NFL).
He previously worked for the Kansas City Chiefs as the secondary/cornerbacks coach.
Which College And High School Did Sam Madison Attend?
Madison attended Florida A&M High School and then went on to the University of Louisville. He majored in justice administration while at Louisville.
Madison earned varsity letters in football, basketball, track, and baseball at Florida A&M High School. He was a member of the University of Louisville football team.
From 1993 to 1996, he was a member of the Louisville Cardinals football team, where he set various records.
With 44 career Pass Break Ups or Pass Defends, Madison owns the record for most Pass Break Ups or Pass Defends.
After compiling 65 tackles, two sacks, 13 passes defensed, and seven interceptions as a junior, he was named to the third team All-America.
After concluding the season with 52 tackles, two sacks, six interceptions, and 16 passes defensed, he was voted second-team All-America and first-team All-Conference USA.
He set the school record for most points in a single season with 13 in 1995 and 16 in 1996, however it was later broken in 2000.
Madison also established the school record for most career interceptions and tied for second most in a season while at the school. Those marks have now been surpassed.