Event: 'Meeting - Tuesday, October 22' Print
Speaker Schedule for the Montgomery Quarterback Club
Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - 5:00 pm


Former collegiate and Arena football star Tom Luginbill joined Scouts Inc. in 2002. When the NFL-based company was purchased by ESPN, Luginbill was promoted to national recruiting director. He provides in-depth recruiting analysis for top collegiate football prospects on as well as on air analysis across ESPN networks for high school football recruiting and college football, including sidelines for an ESPN or ABC Saturday game. 


As a player, Luginbill set the all-time national junior college record for passing while playing for Palomar Junior College in San Diego in 1992 and ’93 when Palomar won the JUCO National Championship with an 11-0 record. He became one of the most highly recruited junior college players in the nation before transferring to Georgia Tech. After one season as the starter for the Yellow Jackets and the firing of Georgia Tech coach Bill Lewis, Luginbill transferred to Division I-AA Eastern Kentucky.


Luginbill was named the ACC newcomer of the year in 1994 and was graduated from Eastern Kentucky with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. He also received a master’s degree in physical education from Marshall University in 1999. After college, Luginbill spent eight years as a player, assistant coach, and head coach in the Arena Football League.