Lee Marks is in his first season on the Jackrabbit football coaching staff and will oversee the development of the team's running backs.
Marks spent the last two seasons as the running backs coach and graduate assistant at the University of Sioux Falls. The high-powered Cougar offense ranked second in the NAIA for in total points (577) during the 2010 season and 18th in rushing yards (2,254).
Before embarking on his football coaching career, Marks spent three seasons at the University of Colorado, where he served as an assistant speed and strength and conditioning coach.
A native of Reseda, Calif., Marks played collegiately at Boise State from 2002-05. He led the Broncos in rushing two seasons, accumulating 1,773 rushing yards and eight touchdowns over his final two seasons as a starter. During his career he helped BSU to four bowl games, was a two-time all-Western Athletic Conference selection and was the team's offensive MVP in 2005. Marks was also a standout sprinter on the BSU track and field team. He later played one season with the Boise Burn of the Arena Football League.