Brad Listorti

Biography

Position: Wide Receivers

Since 2010, Brad Listorti has coached top high school wide receivers and tight ends earning a reputation for being one of the leading football instructors on the East Coast.

Listorti attended Notre Dame of West Haven High School in Connecticut where he excelled in both football and basketball. He earned four varsity letters and All-State honors.  At Rutgers in 2003, Listorti was a two letter winner under Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach, Greg Schiano.  In 2006, he attended the University of Massachusetts playing alongside Victor Cruz in the All-American team under current Michigan defensive coordinator, Don Brown.

Listorti was signed to the Atlanta Falcons as a free agent in 2008. After his time with the Falcons, he went on to play with the New York Jets and New England Patriots and retired in 2009. Today, Listorti trains elite athletes in the tri-state area using his extensive experience while focusing on training and improving every component of the athlete.

Playing Career

  • College: Rutgers University (2003-2006)
  • College: University of Massachusetts (2006-2007)
  • Atlanta Falcons (2008)
  • New York Jets (2009)
  • New England Patriots (2009)

Coaching Highlights

  • National Underclassman Combine, Camp Director and Coach (2010-2016)

Career Highlights

  • Third-team All-A-10 (2006)
  • Preseason All-American by Street & Smith’s (2007)
  • CAA All-Conference selection (2007)

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