Brad Glenn
Brad  Glenn

Seneca, S.C.

Assistant Coach / Offensive Coordinator / QBs

Alma Mater:


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Interviews with Brad Glenn & Curtis Walker


Cat Chat with Brad Glenn on ESPN Radio 1310 AM Big WISE (05/22)

Cat Chat with Brad Glenn on ESPN Radio 1310 AM Big WISE (05/22)

Brad Glenn joined the Western Carolina University football coaching staff after having just completed his seventh year at Appalachian State. He will work with the Catamount quarterbacks while also serving as the program's offensive coordinator.

Glenn spent the past three seasons as the quarterbacks coach while also serving one year as tight ends coach (2005) and three working with the slot receivers (2006-08). He comes to Cullowhee with coordinator experience at two different high schools as well as two seasons at North Greenville College from 2002-03.

While at ASU, Glenn coached six All-Southern Conference honorees, most notably mentoring the last two SoCon Offensive Players of the Year in Armanti Edwards and DeAndre Presley. Edwards additional garnered the Walter Payton Award honoring the nation's top NCAA Division I FCS player.

"Brad (Glenn) brings a wealth of knowledge of the spread offense," Speir said. "He has mentored and coached two Walter Payton Award finalists in Armanti Edwards and DeAndre Presley. I am excited about his experience as an offensive coordinator."

A native of Seneca, S.C., Glenn started his coaching career as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Greer (S.C.) High School from 1995 through 2000, helping lead the program to a 25-3 overall record and back-to-back South Carolina Upper-State runner-up finishes in 1999 and 2000. He got his start at the collegiate ranks in 2001 at Elon coaching tight ends before spending the next two seasons at North Greenville College as the offensive coordinator. He returned to the high school ranks for a season in his hometown at Seneca High (2004) before being hired at Appalachian State.

Glenn is a 1995 graduate of Clemson University. He is married to the former Anna Thompson and the couple has two daughters - Zoey and Landry.

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