|City:||San Luis Obispo|
Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks • Eighth Year
Portland State '03
Recruiting Area: South Orange County | San Diego County
Juston Wood, who played in the Arena Football League for three seasons, was named wide receivers coach at Cal Poly in January 2009. Just prior to the 2013 Spring Drills, Wood switched to the quarterbacks and he was promoted to offensive coordinator in July 2016.
Wood coached Dominique Johnson, who caught 90 passes in the 2009 and 2010 seasons combined and signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Minnesota Vikings in July 2010.
In 2014 and 2015, Wood coached quarterback Chris Brown, who set a school record for rushing yards in a season by a quarterback (1,265) in 2014, twice scored touchdowns by rushing, passing and receiving in a game and finished with over 3,000 career yards both rushing and passing.
Wood was a quarterback for the New York Dragons in 2006, Philadelphia Soul in 2007 and back with the Dragons in 2008 before the Arena Football League suspended operations prior to the 2009 campaign. In those three years, he completed 140 of 230 passes (61 percent) for 1,531 yards and 25 touchdowns.
He played for the Central Valley Coyotes of af2 in 2005, earned second-team All-National Conference honors, led af2 in total offense averaging 282.4 yards per game and passed for 4,361 yards and 89 touchdowns. He also played for the Coyotes in 2004, completing 60 of 105 passes for 651 yards and 15 scores. Wood signed as a free agent with the Minnesota Vikings on April 28, 2003, and was released on August 25.
Wood was a standout student-athlete under the tutelage of Walsh at Portland State, twice earning ADA Academic All-American honors. He was a first-team All-Big Sky Conference selection at quarterback in 2001 and honorable mention in 2002, serving as team captain both seasons.
Wood ended his collegiate career ranked sixth in school history with 5,681 yards of total offense and finished his career with 5,653 passing yards, 37 touchdown passes, 414 completions and six 300-yard passing games. He led the Big Sky in passing as a junior.
Wood, 35, was a three-year varsity letter winner in football at David Douglas High School in Portland and served as an assistant coach at David Douglas High School for three seasons. Twice he earned all-conference honors in basketball.
Wood earned his bachelor’s degree in public health education at Portland State in April 2003 and married his wife Lindsay on July 11, 2014, in Portland, Oregon.