Tyler Hughes enters his third season with the New England Patriots as an offensive assistant. Prior to joining New England, Hughes spent two seasons (2018-19) as the head coach at Bountiful High School in Utah. Prior to that position he spent three seasons (2014-16) as the head coach of the Division II Minot State in North Dakota.
Hughes came to Minot State after spending the 2013 season at Ohio State, where he served as a quality control assistant and also worked with the quarterbacks. Prior to Ohio State, Hughes spent nine seasons at Snow College, a member of the NJCAA, in Ephraim, Utah. Hughes was the head coach during the 2011 and 2012 seasons, the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach from 2005-10 after being hired as the wide receivers and tight ends coach in 2004. As the head coach at Snow, Hughes led the team to a 20-4 overall record, two bowl game championships and one conference title. In addition, Hughes was named the WSFL Coach of the Year in 2012 following an 11-1 season and a No. 3 national ranking.
As a player, Hughes started at wide receiver for Snow College. He and wife, Lisa, have four sons, Kenyon, Isaac, Will and Max.