ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan has signed Al Washington and Dan Enos to multi-year contracts as part of Jim Harbaugh’s coaching staff. Michigan also has established titles for its two new coaches, who originally were announced as assistant coaches.
Land of 10 obtained contract terms Wednesday for Washington and for Enos through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Enos’ four-year contract begins Jan. 11 and runs through Jan. 10, 2022. Signed by Enos on Dec. 15, 2017, that contract states he will be a wide receivers/assistant coach. He will earn a base salary of $150,000 in his first season at Michigan, and will earn an additional $50,000 each season through the course of his four-year contract. If Enos’ title changes from assistant coach to coordinator, his base salary increases to $750,000.
Enos, a former Michigan State quarterback, has been in coaching since 1991, when he was a graduate assistant for the Spartans. He was Arkansas’ offensive coordinator for the last three seasons and was the coach at Central Michigan from 2010-14.
A memorandum of understanding between Washington and Michigan and dated Jan. 3, 2018 states that Washington will be a linebackers and special teams assistant/assistant coach. Washington’s two-year contract will expire Jan. 10, 2020. Washington will earn $350,000 in his first season with the Wolverines. He will earn $375,000 in his second season.
Washington is a former Boston College defensive tackle who coached the defensive line at Cincinnati last season. The Columbus, Ohio, native has coached college football since 2007.