Offensive Analyst • Second Year • Lewis and Clark College '11
Harrison Keller joined the Cal Poly staff for the second time in the spring of 2018, serving as an offensive analyst. He was previously with the team as a graduate assistant in 2011.
In his current role, Keller is involved in a variety of offensive support duties for the Mustangs. His duties include but are not limited to, film breakdown for the Mustangs, as well as opponent scouting and review. Keller also contributes with recruiting aspects for the football program and helps with administrative duties as well.
Keller attended Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 2011. As a member of the football team, Keller was voted team captain his junior and senior years by his teammates and finished two of the four years with all-conference honors.
Keller accumulated 761 rushing yards on 189 carries and caught 72 passes for the Pioneers from 2007-10. He played in 34 of the Pioneers’ 36 games during his career and rushed for 115 yards as a freshman, 304 as a sophomore, 207 as a junior and 135 as a senior while catching eight, 14, 23 and 27 passes, respectively.
Growing up in San Luis Obispo, Keller attended Mission College Prep, where he led the county in all-purpose yards in 2006, accounting for 2,000 plus yards from scrimmage and scoring 19 touchdowns his senior year. He also played basketball.
After the 2011 season at Cal Poly, Keller coached the wide receivers at St. Joseph High School in Santa Maria from 2012-2014 and was the receivers coach and Co Offensive Coordinator during the 2017 season. Keller also coached the receivers at Garfield High School in Seattle, Wash., in 2016.
While living in Seattle, Keller ran a successful personal training business and has worked in a variety of health care jobs here on the Central Coast. He currently is enrolled in an online master's program in Sports Management and will graduate in March 2019.