NCAT Athletics Article Page



Tight End/Video Coordinator
Alma Mater: Mississippi State


Glenn Reese became an assistant coach for the North Carolina A&T football program under head coach Sam Washington in July of 2018. Reese brings more than 12 years of experience as a football coach and has been an assistant at Division II, Division III and high school levels. Reese is responsible for coaching N.C. A&T’s tight ends. During the 2017 season, Reese served as assistant receivers coach at Wingate University.  


They experienced the program’s best season since 2011 and won the South Atlantic Conference (SAC) title while appearing in the NCAA Division II playoffs. The wide receiver unit would be rewarded by producing a 2017 AFCA NCAA Division II All-American second-team member.


Reese also served as assistant coach at Calvary Christian School in Columbus, Ga., during the 2016 season. Reese spent three seasons Calvary Christian where he served as the school’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for one season. The offense produced an all Bi-City quarterback, running back, and two wide receivers. He spent two seasons as the running backs and strong safeties coach there. Reese was also the assistant boys basketball coach at Calvary Christian for one season. Prior to his time at CCS, Reese served one year as running backs coach and assistant boys basketball coach at Brookstone School in Columbus.


On the college level, Reese spent two years at Rhodes College (Tenn.) as running backs coach and run game coordinator. He helped the Rhodes running backs rush for 1,243 yards in 2012. Reese also organized the football equipment room and helped coach track and field.


Reese served two years at Lincoln University of Missouri (Mo.) as the running backs coach and video coordinator. He played a role in Lincoln’s special teams work as well. Reese also spent two years at Washington University in St. Louis as the running backs and wide receivers coach and one year at Blackburn (Ill.) College as the defensive backs and special teams coach. 


Reese played two seasons at Mississippi State University for head coach Jackie Sherrill. He received his bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design/multimedia from Mississippi State and his master of science degree in sports coaching from the United States Sports Academy.  Reese and his wife Resh have three children, Lydia, Elijah and Jordan.


View Full Bio
Aggie Football Press Conference (10/14/19)
Aggies Score Often In Win Over Norfolk State
McCain Explains His Return