Title: Assistant Coach
Dillon returns for his sixth season with the Tigers in 2019 as the quarterbacks coach and the fifth as the Offensive Coordinator.
He was a three-sport athlete at Tokay, the starting QB and was the Lion's All-Star Game MVP his senior season. Following his high school career, he went on to Delta College prior accepting a full scholarship to Long Beach State University. During his time with the 49ers, Dillon led the nation in passing yards in one of his two seasons on campus.
After concluding his college career, Dillon played quarterback in both the USFL (Los Angeles Express, Houston Gamblers and New Jersey Generals) and and the CFL (Ottawa Roughriders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats) for 9 years before returning to begin coaching at Delta.
During his time with the Mustangs he was the Offensive Coordinator before he became the head coach for the Flames. In 15 years at Lodi, Dillon led the Flames to an SJAA title, the playoff quarterfinals (2005) and the semifinals (2010) while earning Coach of the Year honors in 2010. That same year he was the Head Coach for the winning North squad in the Lion's All-Star game. Dillon is a member of both the City of Lodi and Long Beach State athletic Hall of Fame.
He is a Physical Education teacher at Tokay High School and lives in Lodi with his wife Tami. Dillon has three children, Braeden, Preston and Grayson and two step-children, Nick and Celeste.