Baylin Trujillo


A native of Orlando, Florida, USA, Baylin Started playing Quarterback at the age of 7. Played all four years of high school (Boone High School: 9,10, and 11th grade- 2 Varsity Letters. 6A State Runner-Up in 2008 vs. Miami Northwestern... Transferred to Oak Ridge High School his senior year in 2009-10: Finished 3rd in the county and 5th in central Florida in passing yards and TDs with 1,543 yards, 13 TDs, and 3 rushing TDs.

Baylin played his Freshman year of College Football at The University of South Florida (USF) in 2011/redshirted under Head Coach Skip Holtz and transferred to Webber International University the summer of 2012, where he played 3 years, winning the schools 1st ever Conference Championship my senior year (The Sun Conference) in 2014.

Baylin was called by the Central Florida Jags Professional Arena Football Team on May 12, 2016, and signed with them to finish the rest of the season. Started their last 2 games, throwing 5 TDs & Rushing for 1 TD. Baylin was selected to play in the Turkey Bowl Pro Arena All-Star Game and won MVP, throwing 5 TDs and a Receiving TD. Baylin signed his 2nd Professional contract with the Florida Tarpons on December 18, 2017, and currently, he is a starting quarterback for the Orlando Predators in the National Arena League.

Baylin is currently a Physical Education Teacher at Oak Ridge High School in Orlando, FL. Also, Baylin owns a personal QB Personal Training business since 2015 (#BTruQBTraining) and currently has trained over 70 Quarterbacks across the country. In 2019, Baylin started to work for the World Development Sports Group as the football manager and scout in the United States of America.