- Volunteer Assistant Football Coach
After seven seasons coaching football at the high school level Norman King will venture into the college ranks. Last year, King was the assistant coach at Truman High School in Levittown, PA. He got to experience life on both sides of the ball. Prior to his year at Truman, King spent six seasons at Willingboro High School. Over the years at Willingboro he had several responsibilities including coaching defensive backs, wide receivers, freshman head coach and offensive coordinator and JV head coach; offensive and defensive coordinator.
King has coached at numerous camps and clinics including Temple and the University of Connecticut.
As a player, King lettered for four seasons at Palmyra High School where he earned All-County, All South Jersey and All State honors. He was inducted into the Palmyra Hall of Fame in 2004 -05. He went on to participate at the collegiate level at Rutgers (1981-83; track), West Virginia (1984-85; football and track) and Rowan University (1989-91; football and track).
King is married with four children and resides in Mount Laurel, NJ.