Leander Wallace was named an offensive quality control coach for the Houston Texans in 2023. This is his first season as an NFL coach after holding various roles in the Texans football operations department since 2021.
Wallace most recently served as the Football Strategy and Participation Lead for the Texans in 2022. He worked closely with the coaching staff, analytics staff and scouting department to complete projects while also collecting information/data that would assist the team. His responsibilities included knowing the offensive and defensive playbooks/scheme, creating profiles of opposing teams, entering data from practice reps, writing reports for feedback on practice and using Visio and Pro Quick Draw to help coaches build drawings and diagrams.
Wallace landed his first role in the NFL as a video assistant for player skill development for the Houston Texans in 2021. Prior to this role, he coached for seven seasons at the high school level, serving as the wide receivers and passing game coordinator for Hewitt-Trussville High School (2018-22), the wide receivers coach for Deshler High School (2017-18) and the offensive coordinator for Hatton High School (2015-17).
Wallace earned a bachelor's degree in English and education from the University of North Alabama (2010-14) before earning his master's degree in educational leadership and administration from Alabama (2018-19).
The Tuscumbia, Ala. native and his wife, Madison, have two sons, Hudson and Noah.
2023 Offensive Quality Control Houston Texans
2018 Wide Receivers/Passing Game Coordinator Hewitt-Trussville High School
2017 Wide Receivers Deshler High School
2015-16 Offensive Coordinator Hatton High School