Former Kansas Jayhawk Patrick Resby begins his second season as a graduate assistant coach with the Lamar football program and will be working with the defensive secondary.
Prior to joining the Lamar staff, Resby spent time with the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent.
A native of Houston, Resby played safety for the Jayhawks in 2007 and 2008 after two years under Coach Woodard at Navarro College. While at Navarro, Resby was ranked as one of the top 50 junior college defensive backs in the country by Rivals.com.
During his time at Kansas, Resby helped the Jayhawks enjoy one of their most successful seasons ever. As a junior, Resby started nine games for a KU team that finished 12-1 and defeated No. 3 Virginia Tech 24-21 to win the FedEx Orange Bowl.
As a senior, Resby played in 11 games as Kansas finished 8-5 and beat Minnesota 42-21 to win the Insight Bowl.
While at Navarro, Resby earned honorable mention honors as a freshman and sophomore, recording 73 tackles each season. He added three forced fumbles, a sack and an interception as a sophomore.
Resby was an All-Greater Houston performer at Forest Brook High School as a senior, adding all-district honors at both defensive back and tight end.
Resby earned his bachelor's degree in general studies from Kansas in 2009 and is pursuing a master's in kinesiology while at Lamar. He is the son of Patrick Resby Sr. and Deidra Barrow and stepmother Angela Resby.