Scott Trulock joined Florida State in July of 2021 as the Seminoles’ director of sports medicine with 18 years of NFL experience, most recently spending the previous seven years with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
He was named head athletic trainer for the Jaguars on Feb. 10, 2014 after spending the previous seven seasons as the head athletic trainer for the University of North Carolina’s football program. Prior to UNC, he spent time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles and San Diego Chargers.
Trulock began his career in the NFL as an assistant athletic trainer with the Philadelphia Eagles from 1996-98. Trulock then worked for the San Diego Chargers from 1999-2001 before joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the director of rehabilitation from 2002-03. Trulock won a Super Bowl ring in 2002 when the Buccaneers defeated the Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII. Trulock also spent three seasons (2004-06) as an assistant athletic trainer with the Denver Broncos. During his tenure in the NFL, Trulock was a member of the Professional Football Athletic Trainers’ Society (PFATS). In PFATS, Trulock served as the AFC representative on the executive board and also served as the director of research for the research and education foundation. In that role, Trulock was responsible for spearheading the surveillance of injury data to establish trends in injury patterns to NFL players.
Trulock, a native of Orlando, earned his undergraduate degree in sports medicine from Valdosta State in 1994, and his master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1996. Scott and his wife, Jamie, have two daughters.