Damon Baldwin
Damon Baldwin
Player Profile
Offensive Line


6th Season

At SDSU: Enters his fourth year as a full-time member of the Aztec coaching staff and sixth season overall ... Was hired as the offensive line coach on Feb. 23, 1998 ... Fast earning a reputation as a top offensive line coach ... Has produced a first-team All-American (Mike Malano) and six all-conference linemen during his stint as a full-time assistant coach at SDSU.

Previous Coaching Experience: SDSU graduate assistant with the offensive line for the 1996-97 seasons ... Line coach for six games during the 1997 season ... Was an assistant coach for Rancho Bernardo HS in San Diego from 1991-95.

Playing Experience: Played on SDSU's offensive line from 1985-89 at both guard and tackle ... Member of the 1986 WAC championship team that played in the Holiday Bowl ... A second-team all-WAC selection in '89 and academic all-WAC choice in '88... In 1990, he was a free agent pick up of the Philadelphia Eagles ... Played for the World Bowl champion London Monarchs in the World League in '91 ... In '92 was the starting guard for the New York/New Jersey Knights ... Signed as a free agent in '93 with the Los Angeles Raiders ... Returned to the London Monarchs for the '95 and '96 seasons, starting at center and serving as team captain.

Education: Graduated from SDSU in 1990 with a bachelor's degree in physical education and a minor in recreational management ... Received his teaching credential in '94 from Chapman University ... Is two courses shy of his master's degree in sports psychology.

Personal: Born on April 16, 1967, in Concord, Calif. ... A 1985 graduate of Clayton Valley High School.

Other Highlights: Was a four-year letterman and three-year starter while an Aztec ... Selected first team all-World League center in 1995 while playing for the London Monarchs ... Helped develop Aztec tackles Kyle Turley, Ephraim Salaam into 1998 rookie NFL starters while a graduate assistant coach.

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