Youth attending this Combine will be tested on their 40 time, Short Shuttle, Broad Jump. Youth will also participate in individual drills including 1 on 1 and 7 on 7. This will be a safe and competitive environment. The knowledgeable staff will teach fundamentals through an environment that is consistent with our philosophy of sportsmanship, work-ethic, and perseverance.
Former collegiate and professional athletes will help serve the staff and provide he youth positive interactions that we hope will spark their interests in the game of football and the importance it can play in teaching valuable life lessons and characteristics.
The Camp and Combine will be a (1) day event. All participants will be given a ranking and evaluation on what they can do to continue to improve. We will send our rankings to National Recruiting Services so that our participant can be recognized.
*Camp will take place at the Victoria Memorial Track in Victoria, Texas.
July 11, 2015(Grades 1-11)
Location: Victoria Memorial Track and Field 1110 Sam Houston Dr. 77901
Combine Start Time: 8:00-8:45am
$30 (For all youth that want to attend)
Camp Coaches and Staff:
Coach Rod Green Bio
Rod Green attended The University of Washington where he played football and received his B.S and was also a member of the 2001 Rose Bowl team. Having played football for several professional leagues; he instills structure and progression in all his programs to ensure success. Green’s philosophy embodies fitness to improve confidence, prevent injury and illness while creating a platform for change. As a certified National Academy of Sports Medicine trainer, his passion for fitness ranges from improving individual lifestyles to creating tomorrow’s athletes.
Coach Oneida (O.J) McClintock Bio
O.J McClintock graduated from The UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS in 2003. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Learning and Development. He also minored in Sociology and Psychology. O.J was a 3 year letter winner on the Texas Football Team. Before going to Texas he attended West wood High school. O.J was all state in Basketball and Football as a Junior and Senior, and was nominated to the McDonalds All American game in Basketball. O.J was also a High School Football All American. Coach McClintock has played in (2) Cotton Bowls and (2) Holiday Bowls. Coach McClintock also helps train Austin's own premier boxer Brian Vera. Vera is now Ranked 2nd in the United States and 13th in the World in the Middleweight Division.
Coach Marcus Cossey Bio
Marcus attended Tarleton State University where he majored in Kinesiology. There he was a two year letter winner and a starter at offensive tackle. Prior to attending Tarleton Marcus was a member of Blinn Junior Colleges 1996 National Championship team. Coach Cossey believes that our youth are the foundation of our society and sports provide a great outlet for physical growth and mental stimulation.