Chad Carpenter was a record setting prep quarterback in Idaho. He was an all-state QB selection in both his junior and senior years. He committed to play WR at Washington State, passing up offers to play QB at Arizona and play WR for Peyton Manning and the University of Tennessee.
At Washington State, Carpenter caught passes from future NFL first-rounders Drew Bledsoe and Ryan Leaf. In three years as a starter, he was an All-Pac 10 selection and amassed over 2,000 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Carpenter was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the fifth round of the 1997 NFL Draft. Carpenter played on the 1998 Cardinals team that made the playoffs with Jake Plummer. He spent three years with the Cardinals and one with the Cleveland Browns before retiring from the NFL to the Phoenix area. Coach Carpenter has been privately training athletes from all sports and age levels for over a decade. Coach Carpenter specializes in training footwork, speed, fundamentals, and mental toughness. Coach Carpenter also specializes in training non-football players, providing them with proven footwork, speed, and weight training techniques and evaluations that they have used to enhance their performance, strength and skill level in baseball, basketball, track, soccer, golf and hockey. Having succeeded at the prep and college levels, Carpenter knows what it takes to succeed and how to get to the NFL. Carpenter has great training knowledge, a phenomenal understanding of the QB and WR positions and a dedicated approach to helping all of his private clients get the most out of their training.
- High School – All State, Player of the Year, Idaho High School Hall of Fame
- Washington State University (1994-97)
- All-Pac 10 (WR, 1996)
- 9th All-Time WR in WSU History
- Over 2,000 Career Receiving Yards
- 17 Career TD’s
- Arizona Cardinals (1997-1999)
- Cleveland Browns (2000)
- Basha High School (2005-2010)
- Mt. View High School (2010-2011)
- Chandler High School (2011-Present)