He was selected All-State honors in football, All-Conference in football and basketball,and a state meet qualifier in track while at Baltic.When asked about his best
memories as a student at Baltic High School Brad said, “All
the good friends that I made. They are still my good friends today
One high school friend, Bob Sittig
, remembers Brad’s contribution to Baltic sports.
“Brad was an outstanding multi
-sport athlete and student at Baltic, who has gone on to achievenational acclaim as a special teams coach in the National Football League. He has neverforgotten his Baltic roots as he often comes back to visit and gets together with high schoolfriends. In addi
tion, a group of Brad’s high school friends make a yearly trip to an NFL g
ame inwhich he is coaching, spending time with him in his free time and after the game is over
BobBrad decided to attend SDSU to play offensive line while his brother Scott was playingfor the Jackrabbits, according to their mother Ann Seely.
e boys are 3 years apart in age; Brad being the better football player figured he couldplay at State if Scott did,
said AnnAfter receiving All-Conference recognition throughout his collegiate career, he decidedto become a graduate assistant for SDSU in 1978. A year later he left for Colorado State as thesame position before being promoted to offensive line coach.Brad moved to Southern Methodist University in Texas to be the offensive line coach.He was an offensive line coach throughout his entire college coaching career. Then in 1982 hewent to North Carolina State and a year later to Pacific University in California. He took the