AUSTIN APODACA

Playing & Coaching Experience

Northern Colorado QB Coach


2017 - Present

JENKINS ELITE

Since 2017 Coach Apodaca has worked with, trained, and mentored every single athlete that trains at the Northern Colorado Jenkins Elite location. He has been an integral part of the launch and early success of Jenkins Elite’s second location.

Parker, CO


Quarterback


2017

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS (CFL)

Apodaca signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2017. He was released during the 2017 season.

Winnipeg, MB


Quarterback


2015-2017

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

Apodaca was a team captain in his senior year and a two-year starter at UNM. He led the Lobos to back to back bowl games, including a bowl win in December of 2016. In 2016 with Apodaca at the helm, New Mexico finished first in the Mountain Division of the Mountain West Conference after going 9-4 that season.

Albuquerque, NM


Quarterback


2014

MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (AZ)

After leaving Washington State, Apodaca enrolled at MCC for one season. He was a Team Captain and lettered as a sophomore at Mesa. He was the second-ranked Junior College QB recruit in the country and received offers from the SEC, Mountain West, and Conference USA Schools. He went 233 of 394 for 2,534 Yards and 27 Touchdowns.

Mesa, AZ


Quarterback


2012-2013

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

Apodaca began his college career at WSU. He was Mike Leach’s first QB recruit for the Cougars. After redshirting during his first year in Pullman, he played in all 13 games as a redshirt-freshman and helped the team to a bowl game during the season. He threw for 2 touchdowns against Number 5 ranked Stanford.

Pullman, WA


Quarterback


2009-2012

SILVER CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

Apodaca was a 3-year letter winner and a 3-year starter in football, baseball, and basketball during his time at Silver Creek. He received scholarship offers from multiple Pac-12 and Mountain West schools after his Junior Season. He finished his career with 7,988 total yards and 94 total touchdowns. He led the Raptors to the State Title game and a 12-2 Mark as a senior. He was named All-Colorado by the Denver Post, All-State by PrepColorado.Com, and was Named the North Conference Offensive Player of the Year.

Longmont, CO