Brandon Robinson begins his first season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Baldwin Wallace University in 2020.
Robinson comes to BW after serving as the offensive coordinator, offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Wheeling (W. Va.) University for the past three seasons.
Prior to Wheeling, he was the wide receivers coach at Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) College for one season. He also served as a wide receivers coach and head junior varsity coach at Eaton High School for three years.
Robinson earned a Bachelor of Science in integrated social studies education and a Master of Education in education leadership from Ohio Dominican University. As an undergraduate, he was a four-year wide receiver and an All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) and Academic All-GLIAC selection. Robinson served as a graduate assistant tights end coach while completing his masters.
The Eaton native was a standout football player at Eaton High School where he was an All-Southwestern Buckeye League first-team selection as a junior and senior. Robinson also was the SWBL Receiver of the Year, an All-Southwest District first-team pick and an All-Ohio second-team selection as senior. He is the Eaton record-holder for receptions in a season (66) and career (121).
This page was last updated on March 24, 2020.