Wesley Satterfield is in his second season with the Mocs. He will coach the running backs in 2013.
Satterfield coached the tight ends in 2012, guiding sophomore Faysal Shafaat to an All-American season. Shafaat had 37 catches for 295 yards and tied for team high with five touchdowns. He was a second-team All-SoCon pick and a third team All-American.
Satterfield came to Chattanooga after spending the previous two seasons as a graduate assistant for Ohio State. Prior to that he spent three years on the football staff at North Carolina where he was a quality control assistant (2007-08) and graduate assistant coach (2009) working with the quarterbacks and receivers.
Satterfield was a four-year starter at quarterback, kicker and punter for Sewanee: The University of the South, earning SCAC Offensive Player of the Year honors as a junior. He set a conference single season record for quarterbacks in 2005, scoring 11 rushing touchdowns.
A native of Hartsville, Tenn., Satterfield was an all-state quarterback and kicker at Trousdale County High, where his father and previously his grandfather served as head football coach. He earned a bachelor's degree in American history from Sewanee in 2007. He is not related to former UTC Offensive Coordinator Marcus Satterfield.