Assistant Head Coach/Equipment Coordinator/Camp Director
T.J. Andrade is entering his fourth season as an assistant on the Northwestern Oklahoma State coaching staff where he serves as the Assistant Head Coach and Equipment Coordinator.
Before arriving at Northwestern, Andrade earned a bachelor’s degree from Emporia State in Physical and Health Education in December of 2014, where he also gained experience as a student assistant for five years under the Hornets coaching staff, primarily working with the defense.
Through his time there, he filmed practices and games, helped with equipment and the equipment room, helped pack and load the buses for road games, broke down game film on other teams with his fellow coaches and lastly assisted with post game operational duties and on campus recruiting.
Before heading to Emporia, T.J. graduated from Rock Creek High School (2010) where he played on the offensive and defensive lines for two years before suffering a career ending injury.
He is currently working towards his Master's degree in Sports Administration.
T.J. is the son of Tony and Carrie Andrade.
Anthony Weeden returns to the Northwestern Oklahoma State coaching staff after spending a year at Missouri Southern State where he was in charge of coaching the wide receivers for the Lions.
Upon returning to the Ranger coaching staff, Weeden will be taking over the position of Passing Game Coordinator while also helping coach the wide receivers.
Before taking over the receivers at Southern, Weeden was the recruiting coordinator as well as in charge of the receivers for the Rangers.
Under Weeden's watch, a young receiving corps here at Northwestern progressed nicely in 2013, despite early-season injuries to each of the Rangers' top two quarterbacks. Eight receivers caught 10 or more passes, and six of them recorded a touchdown.
Depth was also a hallmark of the 2012 group, which lacked individual standouts but still notched several significant milestones. As a group, the receiving core set new single-season school records for most yards and receptions.
In a week two battle with Colorado State Pueblo - a team that spent much of the year ranked number one in the nation - junior Andrew King tied a Northwestern single-game mark with 14 grabs and ranked among the national leaders in catches per game before an ankle injury sidelined him for the second half of the year.
In King's absence, others emerged. Junior Avery Morris - who had recorded just eight catches in his first two and half seasons as a Ranger - caught three touchdowns to spark a win over Panhandle State. For his efforts, Morris was named Great American Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
Weeden arrived in Alva during the summer of 2012. Prior to that, he played and coached at Prairie View A&M in Prairie View, Texas.
On the Prairie View staff, Weeden was a defensive assistant coach and offensive quality control coordinator.
In his playing days, Weeden was an All-American return specialist and a starting wide receiver.
During his senior campaign, Weeden was a dangerous homerun threat, averaging 18.4 yards per catch. He finished with 386 receiving yards, and five of his 21 receptions went for touchdowns.
Weeden was part of three-consecutive winning seasons and helped the program earns its first SWAC championship since 1964.
Deandre Wynn is heading into his fourth season as the running backs coach and he has done a tremendous job in progressing the position as the talent pool has steadily built up and made a giant leap in 2017 where the team as a whole finished third in overall rushing yards, after 2016's year where they finished 11th overall in the league.
DeAndre Wynn is from Cedar Hill, Tx, and played for Cedar Hill High School earning first team all-district honors as an Defensive End.
In 2010 he was part of the team that won a conference championship here at Northwestern.
The following year he saw valuable time as a member of the NWOSU Black Cloud D-Line and made the CSFL academic all-conference team as well.
In the year 2014, DeAndre put up his pads & started his coaching career as the Quarterback Coach at his Alma Meter.
DeAndre is entering his second year coaching the Running Back position and holding a position as the Co-Recruiting Coordinator. DeAndre is also working on his Master’s in Sports Administration.
DeAndre parents' names are Aundrey & Joyce Wynn.
Bio coming soon!
Tight Ends/Full Backs/Video Coordinator
Niles Villalobos is heading into his second season as the Assistant Linebackers coach as well as the Video Coordinator and the Social Media Coordinator.
One of the main highlights of a season ago was linebacker, Maurice Wright Jr. who was a 1st Team All-GAC player and led the league in tackles, playing in just eight of 11 total games.
Not only did he do a great job in coaching, but also played a major role on social media for the team where he put together stellar graphics and videos throughout the year.
Before joining the coaching staff, Villalobos played for coach Walter for two seasons as a Tight End and a Quarterback.
He resides here in Alva.