Rob Best

Varsity Football – Assistant Coach/ OL Coach

We are pleased to welcome Coach Rob Best in his first season as Varsity Assistant Coach and head of the Legacy offensive line. He attended Thomas Jefferson High in Dallas and was an accomplished athlete, playing football, basketball, and baseball. After graduating he received an offer to play football at Texas Tech University where he graduated with a degree in Physical Education and History and also lettered three years as a wide receiver. 

Rob comes to us from a long line of prestigious schools. His coaching career began at Richardson West JH School in Richardson, TX. After one year there he became the head football and baseball coach at Adamson High School in Dallas. From Adamson, Rob was offered an Assistant coaching job at the University of North Texas. While coaching at UNT he earned a Masters in Education. Rob's career took off from there as he soon became the Offensive Line and Running Backs Coach at Texas Tech for five years. He was then offered the Offensive Coordinator job at Appalachian State University, a position he held for fourteen seasons. He coached his offense to three Southern Conference Championships and ten NCAA Playoff appearances. He finished his last three years of college coaching at the University of Buffalo in New York. After finishing at Buffalo, Rob returned to high school football where he began his journey. He became the Head Coach at Pilot Point in Pilot Point, TX. While there he coached to seven UIL Playoff appearances and won the 2009 AA Division I State Championship with a record of 15-0.

Rob is married to his wife Gae. Together they have three children, Scott, Craig, and Brian, and are now the proud grandparents of seven grandchildren.


Landry Klann

Varsity Football – Assistant Coach/ WR Coach

We are pleased to welcome Coach Landry Klann as an Assistant and Receivers Coach. This is Landry's first season here at Legacy. He also works for QB Country where he trains quarterbacks and wide receivers year-round. He trains all ages – from youth football players all the way to players in the NFL, including Dallas Cowboys backup Cooper Rush.
Landry grew up in San Antonio and attended McCollum High School, where he played quarterback for the Cowboys. He was First Team All-District as the quarterback and strong safety and was also named Offensive MVP for the district. His senior year he had a total of 5,788 yards and 52 passing touchdowns. After graduating high school, Landry received a Division 1 offer from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, LA to play quarterback. There he finished his college career with over 3,500 yards passing and 21 touchdowns.
During the day Landry trains at the QB Country facility located at Children's Health Andrew's Institute Center in Plano. In his spare time, Landry enjoys hanging out with friends and family. He attends Watermark Church in Dallas.

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