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Football University is headlined by its elite instructional staff, made up of former NFL coaches and players. No other camp, combine, or showcase event in the country offers the NFL-level quality and quantity of instruction that FBU does.
Almost all of our instructors currently train, on a private basis, top NFL players in the offseason and college athletes preparing for the NFL Scouting Combine and the NFL Draft. They agree to teach at FBU because they understand that FBU gathers football players who desire and are prepared for the elite instruction they provide.
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Mike has over 35 years High School and College Coaching, as a Defensive Coordinator at both levels. 12 years as a Head High School football coach, 25 years as a coordinator. Former players have played in the N.F.L. and at [...]More Information
Adrian Ross entered college as a walk-on and left Colorado State University as the 4th all‐time sacks leader. He was a linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals for 6 years and was one of the hardest hitters and leaders in the NFL. In 2000, Ross founded the Maddbacker Foundation in order to empower [...]More Information
Derrick C. Scott, born in Beaumont, TX, played tight end for the Texas Longhorns from 1995 to 1998. After graduating in 2000 and receiving a degree in Kinesiology, Coach Scott worked two years with the Austin Rattlers (NAFL) semi-professional football [...]More Information
Pete Shaw played defensive back for three years at State University New York College at Cortland and brings over two decades of coaching knowledge to Football University. After his playing career, he started coaching collegiate football at Western Kentucky University, Iona [...]More Information
Chris Slade is no stranger to hard work, therefore after receiving All-State, All-Region, All-Peninsula, and All-District honors as a senior playing for Tabb High School in Yorktown, VA, Slade decided to accept an athletic scholarship to play at the University [...]More Information
Spencer Smith is a former 2005 Cobb County Defensive Back of the Year, and MVP of the year at Kell High School. He was a Safety and Four Year Letter Winner at the University of Hawaii, who appeared in 45 games, four [...]More Information
Kelron Sykes began his career at Oregon State University, where he was a four-year letterman at LB. He went on to play professionally for five years in the Arena Football League. After his playing career ended, Kelron continued pursuing a [...]More Information
Between 1969 and 2011, Szabo held coaching positions with 18 collegiate and professional football teams. Some of these teams include Johns Hopkins, Toledo, University of Iowa, Syracuse University, Iowa State, The Ohio State University, and Western Michigan.More Information
An Indianapolis, Indiana native, Nick Temple was a 3-star recruit & #38 safety in the country during his time at Warren Central High School from 2007-2001. He was named the IHSFCA Mr. Football at Linebacker during his senior season and [...]More Information