Diron Reynolds will make $500,000 this season as the new defensive line coach at Michigan State.

Reynolds will work on a 1-year contract that runs through March 31, 2024, and that timing is in line with other Spartans assistants who got extensions last year, Chris Solari of the Detroit Free Press reported. Reynolds’ salary is up from the $350,000 Marco Coleman made as defensive line coach last year.

Reynolds will coach with the Spartans after a 7-year stint at Stanford in the same role. He also has lengthy NFL experience and has coached at Oklahoma.

Reynolds replaces Coleman, who left the program earlier this offseason to take the same role at Georgia Tech, his alma mater.

Reynolds played at Wake Forest, and has coached 5 NFL Draft picks in college, including 2 All-Americans.