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Offensive Coordinator/Offensive LineChris Bassler
Following a successful career at West Virginia, Bassler returned home to join the Green Terror staff in 2008.
After seven years with charge of the offensive line, Bassler takes over the reins of the entire offense in 2015 and call plays for the first time in his coaching career. He will still coach the position he played during his college days.
Bassler was a scholarship member of Mountaineers from 2003-06, playing offensive tackle on the 2004 and 2006 Gator Bowl teams and 2005 Sugar Bowl championship squad.
A 2003 graduate of Francis Scott Key, Bassler returned to his high school alma mater as the offensive and defensive line coach for the varsity squad prior to coming to the Hill.
During his playing days at Key, he was a four-time All-MVAL selection and three times earned all-county honors. A member of the 2003 Baltimore Touchdown Club Super 22 team, he was a two-time all-state tight end and was named to the all-metro team by the Baltimore Sun.
Bassler graduated from West Virginia in 2007 with a bachelor of arts in history.
Marr officially joined the staff last season after spending the previous two seasons as a student assistant on the Green Terror staff. He coaches the running backs and assists with special teams after working with the receivers and special teams as an undergraduate.
A local product from nearby Montgomery County, Marr graduated from Damascus High School in 2013. He spent three years playing football for the Swarmin’ Hornets before injuries ended his playing career. Marr began his coaching career as a senior at Damascus High School working as a student assistant coach for the 2012 season.
After graduating from Damascus, Marr attended West Virginia University where he got his start in college football as a student manager with the Mountaineers’ football program from 2013-14. Marr worked closely with the defensive backs and special teams units at WVU.
Following two seasons as a football student manager at West Virginia University, Marr transferred to McDaniel in 2015 where he continued his pursuit of becoming a collegiate football coach.
Marr graduated in May 2016 with a bachelor in exercise science and physical education.
Ludwig joins the Green Terror staff in 2016 to coach the tight ends.
Ludwig played four years on the offensive line at Stevenson, starting at right guard as a senior.
A local product, Ludwig played his high school football at South Carroll. He played both the offensive and defensive line for the Cavs, helping the squad to an 11-1 record as a junior and 6-5 mark as a senior.
Ludwig graduated from Stevenson in May.
Hartranft joins the Green Terror staff in 2018 to coach the quarterbacks.
A three-year starting signal caller at King's, he threw for nearly 6,000 yards in his career, averaging 198.0 yards per game. He was also a running threat as a senior, amassing 220 yards on 89 carries. He graduated as the Monarchs' all-time career record holder in passing yards (5,940), touchdowns (36) and completions (448). He threw for double-digit touchdowns all three years as the starter.
Following his successful playing career, Hartranft remained at King's as an assistant on the offensive staff for the last three seasons. He spent two years coaching the running backs and H-backs and one year in charge of the receivers.
A captain his senior year, Hartranft was the the 2015 King's College Male Scholar Athlete with a 3.92 cumulative grade-point average. He was also a Capital One Academic All-District selection in 2014 and a 2015 member of the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society.
He graduated from King's in 2015 with a bachelor of science in education.
DeMent joined the Green Terror staff in 2017 after playing two years for the Green Terror.
A captain in 2016, DeMent will mentor the receivers – a position he knows well in the system.
He spent last spring in Serbia, playing professionally as a quarterback for the Sirmium Legionaries in the Serbian Association of American Football. He finished third in the league in quarterback rating.
At McDaniel, he caught 18 passes that included three touchdown grabs in 2016.
DeMent plans to graduate with a bachelor in Exercise Science.