You shouldn’t be pressured into buying things before you know what your getting. Every new athlete will begin with a free evaluation. I like to sit down and talk with my quarterback and his family and really get to know them. I want to know what my quarterback’s goals and expectations are for working with me. There is a reason you contacted me for my services. Maybe your a beginner and you want to learn the proper mechanics of throwing a football. Maybe your a high school senior or college player that wants to polish up your footwork or learn how to properly break down film. Whatever your motivation is, I want to know it.
I’ll then put you through a 45 min field session of various footwork and arm strength drills that help me evaluate where you are in your quarterbacking process. Every drill is recorded in HD so that I can break down every aspect of your game and then tailor a program to best suit your needs. If you like the program I develop for you and you feel comfortable working me, that’s when you can sign up.
Private sessions are a great way to work on specific aspects of your game. There will be a lot of coaching and film review on the field during these sessions. If you’re suddenly throwing a majority of your routes high or low, you and I will take the time to identify what the mechanical issue is through various drills and through watching your mechanics from different angles on film. If you want to work on certain blitz pick-up packages or coverages that you will be facing in your game that week, private sessions are a great way to do this as well.
Let’s face it, 90 minutes of throwing and running in the heat can be tough on one guy. This is when having 3 or 4 quarterbacks rotating through the same drills can be very beneficial. I also want every one of my small group sessions to have a competitive atmosphere. The quarterback should be the most competitive player on the field. Nothing is more competitive than trying to best your follow quarterback in different drills. Competition brings out maximum effort in each player which leads to maximum results. I encourage my quarterbacks to bring one or two of their WR/RB/TE’s for free to each session. It is so important to be on the same page with your receiver.
I can’t stress to you how important film study is at any age. If there was one aspect of my game that I would go back and improve before a set foot on a college football field, it would have have been my film study/preparation. Understanding what a defensive is
trying to do and knowing exactly what to prepare for, is like having the answers to big test! I’ll take an average athlete with outstanding film preparation habits over an outstanding athlete who doesn’t understand what a defense is trying to do to him. We will watch film of upcoming opponents as well as our on field training video. A film session would be considered a private session.