Recruiting Area: Erie, Pennsylvania
David Delgado enters his second season as the tight ends coach at Baldwin Wallace University in 2018.
Delgado came to BW following a successful collegiate career at Eastern Washington University where he helped the Eagles win three Big Sky Championships.
The 2016 Eastern Washington graduate played four years of football for the Eagles and earned two varsity letters as an offensive guard. Delgado moved from defense to offense as a freshman. As a junior, he helped EWU score at least 50 points in six separate games and leads Football Championship Series (FBS) in scoring offense at 44.1 points-per-game. Overall, Delgado played in 26 games.
Delgado, who majored in criminal justice at Eastern Washington, was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and raised in the San Francisco, California area. He is from a football family, and his father, Ken Delgado, is an assistant coach with the Cleveland Browns.
Delgado is a graduate of St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School where he competed in football and track. He is a two-time All-Bay Shore League selection, including as a first-team pick as a senior, and earned All-Area (Greater San Francisco) honors as a senior. Delgado helped the Bruins fashion a 17-6 record as a junior and senior and advance to the California Interscholastic Football North Coast Section Playoffs both seasons.