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 Wes Reber

Wes Reber, a four-year standout linebacker at VMI who was on Danny Rocco’s staff at the University of Richmond in 2016, was named Delaware's defensive quality control assistant in March, 2017. 

He will have responsibilities supporting the Blue Hens’ full-time staff in various areas, including practice preparation and film breakdown.

A native of Huntersville, N.C., Reber (“ree-burr”) attended the Virginia Military Institute where he earned his degree in applied mathematics in 2013.

He was a standout linebacker for four years for the Keydets in 2009-13 and earned All-Big South honors as a senior when he collected 82 tackles and recovered three fumbles. He led the team in tackles each of his final two years and finished his tenure at VMI with 212 career tackles.

Coming from a football family, Reber’s grandfather served as a pro and college coach for 45 years and his father played college football at Arkansas.

He began his college coaching career in 2016 at Richmond as a defensive intern and quality control assistant and helped lead the Spiders to a 10-4 record and an NCAA Tournament quarterfinal berth.

Updated 3/17/17

 

 
 

Position: Defensive Quality Control
Hometown: Huntersville, N.C.
High School: Hopewell
Alma Mater: VMI
Graduating Year: 2013
Major: Applied Mathematics
Experience: 1st Year
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