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Motivators, Educators, Mentors

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Senior Head Coach

Ryan Jockers has a been coaching youth football for 8 years with 4 of the last seasons being Head Coach for the Broncos. Coach Jockers loves his players and has lead the Broncos to 4 consecutive Super Bowl appearances and has won 3 in a row.

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Junior Head Coach

Robert Harris has been part with the Klein Broncos for the past four seasons.  He has three children who have been with the organization.  This year, his middle son will return as a Junior Bronco and youngest daughter a Senior Pony.  His wife, Hopee Harris, has been a Pony assistant coach the past two years. This past year, 2022, Robert served as the Head Coach of the sophomore team.  The team finished strong and made it to the first round of the playoffs. Every year his goal for the Broncos is the Superbowl and that is not changing.  Robert's driving force and passion is leading young men and helping them get better on and off the field!

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Sophomore Head Coach

Mitchell Tackett will be coaching his 2nd year for the Klein Broncos Sophomore Team. Although Coach Mitch is relatively new to the Broncos, he is seasoned well in the football. Coach Mitch was ranked in the top 200 Linemen in the State of Texas by Dave Campbell in 2006-2007 and earned many High School and Collegiate Honors. Coach Mitch is married with one football Bronco and one sweetheart, Pony. When he isn't on the field coaching, Mitch works in the Oil and Gas Industry as a Health & Safety Manager for MPG Pipeline.

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Freshman Head Coach

James Reed is a son of God, a husband and loving father of three children. He has been part of the Klein Broncos & Pony Express organization since 2020 with this season being 1st year serving as Head Coach for the Freshman team. The past two seasons he was an assistant coach for the Flag football team which made the Superbowl both seasons and won this past year in 2022. His son is a current Bronco. When James isn't volunteering his time with the Broncos, he spends time with his family and friends.

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