M.S., Sam Houston State, 2000; Baylor, 2005
Parr returned to Navarro College in January, 2019, after serving as offensive coordinator at NCAA Division I-FCS Eastern Illinois University. Parr spent the three previous seasons in that same capacity at Navarro, where his offensive units ranked among the NJCAA’s Top 10 in yardage and scoring (2015-17).
Last season at EIU, Parr’s offense ranked 22nd in FCS total (445.7 yards per game) and ninth in passing (309.3 yards per game) with quarterback Jonathan Brantley, receiver Alexander Hollins, a Walter Payton Award candidate, and four All-Ohio Valley Conference selections. The Panthers had five games of 500-yard-plus total offense, and scored 40+ points six times. Parr’s ‘Air Raid’ influence resulted in the fifth-best passing yardage season in EIU history.
Dizzying offensive numbers aren’t new to Parr, a Plainview native, whose family has deep Texas Panhandle high school football coaching roots. His father, Steve, was a head coach for a combined 31 years at Slaton, Plainview and Amarillo Palo Duro High Schools. His brother, Seth, has been a head coach 12 years – first, at Amarillo Caprock, and the last six at Lubbock Coronado, where he’s 34-6 during the last three seasons.
Scott Parr, as Texas Tech’s offensive quality control coach, helped coach Tommy Tuberville’s Red Raiders gain NCAA Top 15 ranks in total offense three seasons with bowl appearances in 2010 and 2012. Before that, he served four years as offensive coordinator at West Texas A&M (2006-09) when the Buffaloes broke 64 school and Lone Star Conference records and ranked Top 15 in Division II total offense three years.
Scott and his wife, Kyla, have three children: Berkeley, 9, a fourth grader, and six-year-old twin boys, Nash and Knox.
M.S., Lamar University
Former Kansas Jayhawk and Navarro Bulldog Patrick Resby begins his second season as a defensive secondary coach.
Prior to joining the Navarro staff, Resby spent two years as a graduate assistant on Ray Woodard’s Lamar University staff. Before that, the Houston native spent time with the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent.
Resby, who played on Woodard’s defense at Navarro, played safety for the Jayhawks in 2007 and 2008. While at Navarro, Resby was ranked among the nation’s top 50 junior college defensive backs by Rivals.com.
During his time at Kansas, Resby helped the Jayhawks enjoy one of their best seasons ever. As a junior, he started nine games for a 12-1 KU team that defeated No. 3 Virginia Tech, 24-21, to win the Fedex Orange Bowl. He played 11 games his senior season when the Jayhawks finished 8-5 and beat Minnesota, 42-21, to win the Insight Bowl.
While at Navarro, Resby was a two-time honorable mention All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference selection, recording 73 tackles each season. As a sophomore, he added three forced fumbles, a sack and an interception.
The All-Greater Houston performer was an all-district defensive back and tight end at Forest Brook High School.
Resby earned his bachelor’s degree in general studies from Kansas in 2009. He received his Master of Science in Kinesiology from Lamar University in December, 2011. He is the son of Patrick Resby, Sr., and Deidra Barrow and stepmother, Angela Resby.
Howard Payne University
In 2018 Wilson transitioned from Running Backs to Wide Receivers. The Bulldogs were first in the NJCAA in Passing Offense with over 3,200 yards, with the Wide Receiver group totally 227 receptions, 3,065 receiving yards and 23 touchdowns. The group was led by 1st Team All-Conference, All-American honorable mention Jared Wyatt, who was 1st in the nation in receiving yards and had 10 touchdown receptions, and 2nd Team All-Conference Kaylon Geiger, who led the nation with 70 receptions and was 3rd in All-Purpose yardage. The 2018 Bulldogs made an appearance in the Salt City Bowl in Hutchinson, Kansas. Wilson was named by GridironRR.com as the NJCAA Wide Receiver Coach of the Year.
During his first season with the Bulldogs in 2017 as the Running Backs coach at Navarro, the Bulldogs were 5th in the NJCAA in Total Offense, led by 1st Team All-Conference, honorable mention All-American DeAndre Cook who had 1000+ rushing yards and 14 touchdowns.
Wilson while coaching at Air It Out Passing Academy has coached many of Texas’ top high school quarterbacks including standout quarterback, Alan Bowman, from Texas Tech.
The Snyder, Tx., High School graduate spent three seasons as a graduate assistant and student assistant at Howard Payne University, working with Running Backs, Wide Receivers and Quarterbacks.
He and his wife, Raven, have been married since 2014 and have three girls – Madelyn, Emma and Maren.
The Wichita, Ks., native earned 2015 Second-Team All-Conference USA honor at Louisiana Tech along with Second-Team All-Louisiana and Offensive Lineman of the Year honors in 2015. Danielsen was a three-year starter at Louisiana Tech after starting his career at Coffeyville Community College in Kansas.
In his time at Navarro, Danielsen has coached 8 all-conference offensive linemen, including first-team All-American Levon Livingston and Second Team All-American Josh Cooper. Since arriving at Navarro, Danielsen has mentored 3 top 100 recruits in the country including the 2019 #1 rated player, Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu. Fourteen players have moved onto four-year university programs, with 8 of them moving on to Division 1 schools.
He was a four-year letterwinner at Wichita’s Andover Central High School, where he was an Honorable Mention All-Stater and all-conference performer.
Danielsen is the son of Geary and Jeanine Danielsen. He has two older brothers, Dane and Steen.
Webb Hamilton previously served as Senior Football Analyst at Troy University after three years as a graduate assistant on its defensive staff.
Hamilton coached outside linebackers at East Mississippi Community College in its 2013 NJCAA National Championship season. He coached a pair of all-state linebackers and All-American Christian Russell.
Hamilton began his career at East Central Community College in 2010 where he coached a pair of all-state safeties. The Starkville, Miss., native played defensive end on a 2005 state championship team at Starkville Academy.
In his second season at Navarro, Jean-Baptiste continues to oversee the defensive line for the football team. Last year, he had two All-Conference defensive linemen including first team Trevon Mason. Both signed with FBS universities.
Before coming to Navarro in 2018, Jean-Baptiste returned to South Dakota Mines for a second stint as defensive line coach and equipment manager. He helped lead a unit that was second in the conference in rushing defense that year.
In 2016, he was the defensive line GA at Baylor University. He helped guide the Bears to a Cactus Bowl victory along with coaching First-Team All-Big 12 Conference player K.J. Smith.
Beginning his coaching career at South Dakota Mines in 2015, Jean-Baptiste became assistant defensive line coach and equipment manager for the Hardrockers, which finished third in the conference in sacks, while finishing with a winning record for the third time in 20 years for the program. He coached second team all-conference David Jakpor, who led the league in TFLs.
Before his coaching career, he started his football playing career in high school at Strake Jesuit College, where he earned first team all-district on both sides of the ball in 2006. He ended up walking on at Baylor University, playing in 49 of 50 games, while starting his final two years there. The four-year letterman earned second team all-Big XII honors from the league coaches, while being invited to the East-West Shrine Game in 2012.
As an undrafted free agent, Jean-Baptiste signed on with the Baltimore Ravens in the offseason of 2012. He also signed with the Indianapolis Colts practice squad. In 2013, he signed with the Cleveland Browns in the offseason. He moved into the Arena Football League in 2014, playing for the Arizona Rattlers. He was traded to the Jacksonville Sharks in March, 2015.
Jean-Baptiste graduated from Baylor University with his degree in Education. He is the son of Fred and Jacqueline Jean-Baptiste. He has two younger brothers, Julian and Christian.
Leonard Hunt, in his first season at Navarro, came from Vermilion Community College, in Ely, Mn. The Palestine Westwood High School graduate served as VCC’s quarterbacks coach. Before that, Hunt spent two seasons as Offensive Coordinator for the Texas Express, a Texas Semi-Pro League club based in Brenham.
Monaco, a University of Washington graduate student, is in his first year interning with the offensive line and tight ends. Monaco graduated from The University of Montana Western in 2018 with a bachelors degree in health and human performance. Monaco, a former offensive lineman for Montana Western, was born and raised in southwestern Montana.