In an effort to provide the highest quality of instruction to our elite student-athletes, our coaching staff is comprised of real subject matter experts in the game of football. Our staff is a mixture of Northern California's TOP coaches: local high school coaches, former collegiate athletes, college and junior college national champions, retired NFL athletes, NFL Hall of Famers, and Superbowl Champions!!
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Doug Cosbie spent all of his professional playing career with the Dallas Cowboys. Before entering the NFL, Cosbie attended the College of Holy Cross where he played 11 games as a backup. He then transferred to Santa Clara University where he was a three-year starter at the tight end position. He finished his college career as Santa Clara's top receiving tight end with 120 receptions, 1,721 receiving yards, 14.3 yards per reception and 10 touchdowns. Cosbie was inducted into the SCU Athletic Hall of Fame. With the Cowboys, Cosbie caught over 60 passes in a season twice during his career and set team records with catches and yards per season and career. He caught 300 passes for 3,728 yards and 30 TD's and also had 22 catches for 243 yards and 3 TD's in 7 playoff games. He still ranks eleventh in franchise history in receptions and ninth in receiving yards. Cosbie's coaching career includes: Santa Clara University (1990), Stanford University (1993-1994), Menlo College (1995-1996), OC at University of California CAL Berkeley (1997-1998), Los Angeles Dragons (2000), Sacramento High School (2009-2010), Kamehameha High School (2013-2015), Folsom High School (2016-2019). Coach Cosbie is a 3× Pro Bowler (1983, 1984, 1985) and an All-Pro NFC selection (1985).
Booker Guyton attended Edison High School in Stockton where he played QB on the varsity football team. He was recruited by Grambling State University in 1983 on a full scholarship. He transferred to Delta College a year later where he played WR from 1984-1986. He finished his college football career in 1986 where he played WR until 1988. Booker signed as a free agent WR with the Cleveland Browns in Spring of 1988 and was later released in 1989. Booker went back to school and graduated from Sacramento State University in 1989 with a BA in Theatre. His coaching career includes: Delta Community College (1987), Sacramento State University (1989-1992), Luther Burbank High School (1993-1995), Edison High School (1995-1997), Brookside Christian High School (1997 started football program), Calvary Temple High School in Modesto (1998), Edison High School (2001-2003), St. Paul’s College in Virginia (2003-2005), Sacramento City College (2005-2012), Vacaville Christian High School (2013-2015), Edison High School (2016-present). Booker now proudly celebrates 4 league titles and 5 playoffs runs. He has coached 3 parade All Americans, 6 NFL athletes and Lynell Hamilton who won a Super Bowl in 2009 with the Saints. Booker has also assisted in over 30 student-athletes receiving scholarships to top institutions across the U.S.
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Board-certified orthopedic surgeon Warren J. Strudwick, Jr., M.D., has spent the better part of three decades treating adults with musculoskeletal conditions to relieve their pain and get them moving again safely and quickly. At Bay Area Orthopedic & Sports Specialists in Emeryville, California, he provides patients with first-rate orthopedic care for knee and shoulder injuries and other painful conditions caused by degeneration, overuse, trauma, and work accidents.
After receiving a BA in biology from Brown University, Dr. Strudwick earned his medical degree from the Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Dr. Strudwick’s postgraduate medical training included both a residency in orthopedic surgery and an internship in general surgery at the world-renowned Stanford University Medical Center. He later completed a fellowship in reconstructive surgery of the knee and sports medicine at Jean Monnet University in France.
He’s proud to be the team physician and orthopedic surgeon for the NFL Oakland Raiders since 1996. His other accomplishments include serving as the former team doctor to the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, the University of California, Berkeley, and for Team USA Olympic track and field team as they trained and competed.
Dr. Strudwick currently serves on the boards of numerous leading medical associations, including the National Medical Association, a nationwide organization of African-American physicians.
In 2011, Dr. Strudwick realized his dream to open a premier orthopedic practice, treating musculoskeletal injuries for patients of all ages. He combines proven traditional methods with leading-edge techniques for pain relief, better mobility, and faster healing. Patients who need surgery can feel confident knowing they’re receiving the most innovative and effective surgical treatments available today.
Throughout a career that’s taken him all over the world, one thing always remains the same, Dr. Strudwick’s passion for making a difference in his patients’ lives. He takes the time to answer any questions and explains all available treatment options, enabling his patients to become invested in their own health and wellness.
To schedule an orthopedic consultation today, please contact:
510-922-1614 or visit www.warrenstrudwick.com
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