2021 Football
Brent Bolte
Head Coach
Jamie Bisch
Assistant Coach/Defensive Coordinator
Karson Pike
Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator
Jordan Hein
Assistant Coach/ST Coordinator
Charles Alexander
Assistant Coach/DE
Nick Anderson
Assistant Coach/RB
Brandon Labath
Assistant Coach/TE & FB
Alex Ney
Assistant Coach/OLB
Nick Nissen
Assistant Coach/OL
Waylon Roberson
Assistant Coach/DT
Kristin Farris
Director of Operations
Tamarius Harvey
Student Manager
Full Roster
Waylon Roberson

Waylon Roberson

Assistant Coach/DT

Email [email protected]

Waylon Roberson joins the Bemidji State coaching staff in March of 2021 as the interior defensive line coach.

Roberson joins the Beavers after serving as a youth combine assistant since 2019 and a playing career as a defensive tackle at Arkansas State University from 2015-17 and New Mexico Military Institute from 2013-14.

Most recently, Roberson taught lifting techniques to youth participants at the Ralvis Training Facility. He helped teach a variety of skills to developing defensive linemen.

As a member of the Arkansas State football program, Roberson was a two-year starter who totaled 86 tackles, 9.0 tackles for a loss, 3.0 sacks, one forced fumble, one pass break up and one blocked kick in 15 games played for the Red Wolves. He earned Lindy's and Phil Steele's Second Team Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference and Athlon Sports Preseason Third Team All-Sun Belt Conference honors prior to his senior season. Roberson was also a member of the Athletic Director's List, awarded to student-athletes who excelled in the classroom and on the field.

During his career with the New Mexico Military Institute football team, Roberson was an All-Western States Football League Second Team selection as a defensive tackle and named team MVP as a sophomore. Through 20 games played, he totaled 62 tackles, 4.0 tackles for a loss, 1.5 sacks, one blocked kick and one pass breakup.

Roberson earned his bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis in business, marketing and communications in 2017 from Arkansas State.