Ali Napier is best known as the wife of Billy Napier, who is an American football coach who presently serves as head coach at the University of Florida. From 2017 until 2021, he was the head coach at Louisiana Lafayette, accumulating a 40–12 record in four years with three consecutive 10+ win seasons and two AP Poll finishes, both firsts for the program.
He was Arizona State’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2017 before coming to UL Lafayette. Explore more about Ali Napier’s wiki, bio, age, height, weight, net worth, career and many more facts about her.
Ali Napier Husband
Ali Napier is married with her husband named, Billy Napier. Couple is also blessed with children. Napier resides in Gainesville, Florida, with his wife, Ali, and three children. Napier is a Christian.
Ali Napier Height & Weight
How tall is Ali Napier? She is very good-looking and has an amazing personality. She stands about 5 feet and 11 inches tall. While she weighs 65kg. Moreover, talking about the overall body measurement, the number has not been revealed yet. The color of her eyes is dark brown, and she has light brown colored hair.
Ali Napier Facts
Ali Napier’s husband, Billy Napier, born in Cookeville, Tennessee.
He was named All-State in 1997 and accepted a scholarship to play football at Furman University.
During his time at Furman, Napier was a four-time letterman and took over for his junior and senior seasons as the starting quarterback.
At quarterback, Napier finished second in the Southern Conference both years he played for the Paladins, winning two conference titles along with being named to two All-Southern Conference teams.
He was a two-time All-Southern Conference selection in his junior and senior seasons.
He led the team to the 2001 NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship Game, losing to Montana by a score of 13–6.
Napier received second-team All-Southern Conference honors in 2001 and 2002.
He was the wide receiver coach at Alabama for four seasons, culminating in a second national title in January 2016.
He was hired as Arizona State’s offensive coordinator under Todd Graham after serving as an assistant coach at both Oregon and Washington.
In the first season back at OC for Napier since being fired as Clemson’s OC in 2010, his unit helped Arizona State to a 7–5 record and a trip to the Sun Bowl.
After firing head coach Todd Graham following the 2017 campaign, Arizona State brought in former NFL coach Herm Edwards, who said publicly that if Napier wanted, he could continue in his position.
However, despite interest from both sides, Napier declined to take on the coordinator job at ASU.