Brent Pry Biography, Age, Family, Siblings, Wife, Kids, and Net Worth

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  1. What does Brent Pry do for a living?
  2. Who are Brent Pry’s parents and siblings?
  3. What are Brent Pry’s interests and hobbies?
  4. Is Brent Pry married or does he have a girlfriend?
  5. Does Brent Pry have any children?
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  7. How tall is Brent Pry?
  8. How much money does Brent Pry earn?
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 Who is Brent Pry?

Brent Pry is a well-known American professional football coach and former player. Currently, he is the head coach at Virginia Tech. Pry served previously from 2016 to 2021, as the defensive coordinator at Pennsylvania State University. He was a college football player for the Buffalo Bulls.

Brent Pry Career

College playing career

Brent began his college career as a free safety at Division III Maryville College in 1988. Later he moved to then-Division III University at Buffalo, lettering in 1990. After suffering a career-ending injury in 1991, he came back as a student coach for the 1992 season.

Coaching career

Early coaching career

Brent started his coaching career in 1993 as the outside linebacker and defensive backs coach for the NCAA Division II East Stroudsburg Warriors. He spent two seasons with the Warriors, where his father Jim worked as the offensive coordinator and mentored All-PSAC quarterback James Franklin and future Penn State head coach. Pry worked as a graduate assistant from 1995 to 1997 with Virginia Tech under defensive coordinator Bud Foster, where he assisted the Holmes to three bowl games. He then spent his following four seasons at FCS Western Carolina University.

Brent coached the defensive line in 1998 and 1999, and defensive backs and special teams in 2000 and 2001. Also, he served as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) liaison. From 2002 to 2006, he served as the defensive coordinator at Lousiana-Lafayette, assisting the Ragin’ Cajuns to their first Sun Belt Conference championship in 2005. He also molded a defensive line in 2008 into one of the Conference USA’s best as the defensive line coach for the Memphis Tigers from 2007 to 2009.

A photo of Brent Pry
A photo of Brent Pry

How old is Brent Pry?

Aged 51 as of 2021, Brent Pry was born on April 1, 1970, in Altoona, Pennsylvania, U.S. He shares his birthday with celebrities such as Logan Paul, Scotty Sire, Randy Orton, Asa Butterfield, Renata Jara, Sophie Germain, Anne McCaffrey, Wangari Maathai, among others.

Brent Pry Family

Who are Brent Pry’s parents?

Brent Pry was born in Altoona, Pennsylvania to his parents Jim Pry and Kathy Pry. His parents are both Altoona High graduates. Pry’s father played college football at Marshall and is a long-time college football coach. At one instance Pry and his father were coaches with the Stroudsburg Warriors, where Brent coached for two seasons.

Does Brent Pry have siblings?

Pry was born as the firstborn son to his parents in a family of three sons. He has two younger siblings, brothers Jonathan Pry and Nathan Pry, who are both into football coaching and are former players. The football sport is something the family loves and takes part in from the father to the sons.

Brent Pry Education

Pry joined and studied at Lexington High in Lexington, Va., and graduated in 1988. During his time in high school, he was an all-region quarterback and defensive back. Brent then attended Maryville college before transferring to the University of Buffalo. He continued to play college football before becoming a student coach. Pry graduated from university in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in history.

Brent Pry Interest

Pry grew his interest in sports especially football as his father was a player turn coach. He played football in high school and was an all-region quarterback and defensive back. l, before becoming a student coach.

Brent Pry Wife

Pry is currently married to his beautiful and faithful wife, Amy Pry. The loving couple is happily married with three children together. Not much is known about Amy, in terms of her age or occupation.

Brent Pry Kids

Pry and his loving spouse, Amy is blessed with three adorable children. They have a handsome firstborn son, Colby Pry, and two cute daughters, Madeline Pry and Catherine Pry. The children’s information about their dates of birth is not clear but will be updated once it is known.

Brent Pry Height

Football head coach and former player, Pry have an athletic, well-built and physically fit body, however, his height and weight are not disclosed to the media.

Georgia Southern

During his time as defensive coordinator at Georgia Southern in 2010, his Eagles finished ninth in total defense (286.93), 11th in passing defense (159.93), and 11th in passing defense (18.47). Pry’s defensive unit assisted the Eagles to a 10-5 overall record inclusive of a victory against No.1 Appalachian State and also an appearance in the NCAA FCS semifinals. In addition to a 31-15 win over William & Mary in the second round of playoffs, that put Pry against future coaching mates David Corley Jr. (QBs), and Bob Shoop (DC).

Penn State


Brent was a finalist for 2014 Football Scoop’s Linebackers Coach of the Year for his efforts in coaching. He assisted Mike Hull to earn the Big Ten Butkus-Fitzgerald Award, given to the conference’s best linebacker and eight All-America honors in 2014. Hull’s 140 tackles ranked 7th in the nation, led the Big Ten Conference, and tied for fourth-most for a Nittany Lion in a single season. After defensive coordinator Bob Shoop left, Brent was promoted to associate head coach and defensive coordinator on January 10, 2016.

The defense completed the regular season 7th in the country and 2nd in the Big Ten in scoring defense averaging 15.5 points each game in 2017. Pry’s defense completed with a pair of shutout wins and only allowed more than 20 points in a game just three times. For seven times he saw his defense hold opponents scoreless in at least one half of the game (Georgia State, Akron, Northwestern, Rutgers, Michigan, Indiana, Maryland).


Penn State completed with an 11-2 record capped off by a Fiesta Bowl win over the Washington Huskies. In the 2018 NFL Draft, three players were chosen from the defense, safety Troy Apke in the fourth round (109th overall), safety Marcus Allen in the fifth round (148th overall). As well as cornerback Christian Campbell was picked by the Arizona Cardinals in the sixth round (182nd overall).

His defense lead the nation in sacks per game with 3.62 and finished fourth in tackles for defeat with 8.2 in 2018. The Penn State secondary had one of its best seasons since 2014, completing the season with 13 interceptions and allowing a 53.6 completion rate. The Nittany Lions also held three opponents to 60 or fewer yards through the air, being the first time PSU had accomplished this feat since the 1976 season. Defensive End Yetur Gross-Matos and Cornerback Amani Oruwariye made the All-Big Ten first team, and six more players from the defense got all-conference recognition.


In the 2019 NFL Draft, defensive end Shareef Miller, safety Nick Scott and cornerback Amani Oruwariye were picked. The Penn State defense completed the season ranked eighth nationally in scoring defense (16.0ppg). As well as fifth nationally in rushing defense (95ypg), first nationally in forced fumbles (22), and seventh nationally with 3.46 sacks each game (45) in 2019.

Also, Linebacker Micah Parsons was named the Big Ten Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year and a consensus All-American. Parsons and Defensive End Yetur Gross-Matos got first-team All-Big Ten honors. Gross-Matos was also picked by the Carolina Panthers with the 38th overall selection in the 2nd round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Virginia Tech

Pry was recently named the 35th head coach at Virginia Tech, taking the place of Justin Fuente on November 30, 2021.

Brent Pry Net Worth

American football coach and former player, Pry is currently the head coach at Virginia Tech as of 2021. He played for the Buffalo Bulls where he made a big name for himself later becoming a coach. Pry is now among the most famous and professional coaches in football. Although his salary is not yet disclosed he has gathered up an estimated net worth of $6 million as of 2021.