Being a Tackle Football Quarterback takes more than just "he has an arm!" This position is the most challenging of all sports. He must have athletic ability, progressive cognitive thinking, leadership, and be an effective communicator. In addition to all of this which is processed in seconds, the QB must be able to successfully execute the called plays while having to deal with lineman and possibly a blitz package that can consist of linebackers and/or defensive backs who are all trying to tackle the QB with extreme physical force!
There will be an evaluation if the student athlete has never played football and/or the Quarterback position. If you are an experienced tackle QB, it is possible this requirement may be waived. The goal here is to see if the candidate has potential for the QB position. I will contact the parent for an interview, and if all pans out set up an evaluation date.
Type of Coaching & Environment: Football type of environment, that focuses on discipline, attention to detail, sportsmanship, intensive training, & learning.
Parent Commitment: Attendance shall be taken and enforced. I teach an important life skill of punctuality, grind, and commitment. A 100% parent buy-in to the program is required.
Drop From Program (DFP): Habitual absences, behavioral problems, and/or consistent lack of motivation will cause for the student athlete to be removed from the training academy.
Coach Commitment: To get to know each student athlete where I can utilize multiple methods of teaching with the goal of improving their physical athletic QB skill set, and mental fortitude.
This advanced training located in San Diego will be once a month. I'll discuss this with the selected student athletes and their parents. This extra advanced training is OPTIONAL and will have an additional special discounted fee.