Napier will serve as the Seminoles tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator while Sanders will coach the running backs. Coach Fisher also announced that offensive coordinator James Coley will now serve as the team's quarterbacks coach.
"We're very excited to welcome Randy on board," said Fisher. "I've known him for a very long time. He's been one of the best coaches in the country for a while now. He's a tremendous running backs coach and also brings coordinator experience. He's a great recruiter and a great person and will be a tremendous addition to our staff.
"Billy is one of the bright young coaches in the game. He's coached some excellent tight ends. He's a big time recruiter who also has some coordinator experience. He has great understanding of the big picture of the game. We're very excited to have him on staff as well."
The Chatsworth, GA native spent last season as Colorado State's Assistant Head Coach and quarterbacks coach after serving as Clemson's offensive coordinator from 2009-10. In just one year working with the Rams' quarterbacks, Napier helped bolster the CSU offense as the team ranked 17th in the nation in red zone scoring, cut the team's sacks allowed by nearly four per game over the second half of the season and saw the running game improve by 65 yards per game over the second half of 2012 as well. While running the Clemson Tiger's offense in 2009, Clemson established a school record for the most points scored in a season.
"When you get an opportunity to come to a program with the tradition and history of Florida State, you can't pass that up," said Napier. "Coaching for coach Fisher is really going to be a great opportunity for me to work with a great coach. The timing was right in terms of where this program is headed and it is a great opportunity. I am excited to be a part of the process of working with these players and continuing to build on the championships this group was a part of in 2012."