Nathan Reeves is in his first full year with the Lamar football program after serving as an assistant for three years at Sam Houston State.
In Huntsville, he was responsible for the Bearkat running backs and offensive video and scouting reports.
He has worked with three All-Southland Conference selections, mentoring tight end Blake Martin in 2006, running back Chris Poullard in 2007 and fullback Matthew Powledge.
Reeves was a two-year football letterman at Hardin-Simmons, playing on NCAA Division III nationally-ranked teams in 2002 and 2003. He was a student assistant for the Cowboys in 2005, working with the quarterbacks and wide receivers.
He served as a graduate assistant at West Texas A&M in the spring of 2006 before joining the Bearkat staff.
The Orangefield product earned his bachelor of behavorial science degree from Hardin Simmons in 2005. He majored in sports fitness and leisure studies.
He received his masters in education from Sam Houston State in 2007. He is the son of Clyde and Lou Reeves.