I was a 3-year varsity starting quarterback in high school. I led my team to a Southern Section CIF championship and earned All-CIF honors along with league offensive POY. My senior year I was named to the Cal-High All Air Team. After high school, I served a two-year mission and came back to play football at Brigham Young University. My passion for the game got me into coaching. I returned to my alma mater to begin coaching. Through coaching, I was able to understand that there is more to developing student-athletes than developing physical/ athletic abilities. I stepped away from team coaching to personal quarterback training. As I worked individually with student athletes’ and their families I realized how much help families needed to prepare their student athlete’s for college. Transitioning from high school to college is a big step for any teenager. But transitioning as a student-athlete is even more daunting. Most families didn’t know what to expect or how to go about the process. Working at NCSA has allowed me to help student-athletes and families specifically in their recruiting process. Comparing my personal recruiting process to today’s process, there is so much more responsibilities on the family. It would be very difficult to be successful without the right tools and guidance. That’s what makes me so passionate when speaking with student-athletes about the recruiting process.
When time allows humble myself by trying to hit a golf ball around the course. The rest of my time is shared between 3 children, all involved with sports. Aa a parent I know there is no greater feeling than seeing my children succeed. NCSA provides the tools for any committed, qualified student-athlete the ability to pursue their dreams and be successful.