Jake Laudenslayer is in his fourth year at San Diego State and his first year as the assistant for football recruiting.
As an offensive graduate assistant working with the Aztec tight ends, he guided Daniel Brunskill to Pro Football Focus Honorable Mention All-American status in 2015 and All-Mountain West accolades in 2015 and 2016. Brunskill signed as an undrafted free agent with the Atlanta Falcons in April 2017.
Served as wide receivers coach during the 2012 campaign at his alma mater, Cal Lutheran. Helped Eric Rogers earn Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive- Player-of-the-Year honors.
Starred at quarterback for two seasons at Cal Lutheran, leading the Kingsmen to consecutive SCIAC championships.
Was named the league's offensive player of the year in 2011 after directing CLU to its second straight NCAA Division III playoff appearance.
Threw for a combined 4,256 yards and 37 touchdowns during his stint on the Thousand Oaks campus, completing 297 passes on 471 attempts. Also rushed for 620 yards with seven TDs.
Signed with Marshall in 2009, but did not see action.
Played two seasons at Mendocino College in Ukiah, Calif., following his prep career. Garnered first-team all-state accolades and collected Bay Valley Conference Most Valuable Player honors after leading the Eagles to the league championship in 2007. Also earned first-team all-BVC honors as a sophomore in 2008.
Attended Grace Davis High School in Modesto, Calif., where he was an all-Metro League selection in football.
Graduated from Cal Lutheran in the fall of 2011 with his bachelor's degree in marketing communications.
Currently pursuing his master's degree in liberal arts and studies.