Being the head coach of a major university's football program is a coveted position, especially if you turn out to be good at it.
While some teams poach NFL coaches to come to town, others look around the college football landscape to see who sticks out the most.
This is where the coordinator positions come into play. Whether you're an offensive or defensive coordinator at a major or minor school, the Information Age has made every coach highly visible at all times.
If a coordinator stands out above his peers, he will be tabbed for interviews for various head coaching positions around the nation. Performance is key, and national rankings are always readily available.
Here are the 10 coordinators that will be ready to move up at the end of the 2013 season.
*All national rankings are from CFBStats.com