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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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Ahead of his time as a dual-threat QB, Dexter Taylor attended Warren Central High School in Indianapolis, Indiana where he was a 3-year starter and letter-winner at WCHS. He led the Warriors to three straight state championships and was selected [...]More Information
New Jersey native Mike Teel attended Don Bosco Prepatory High School, leading them to a state title and an overall 23-0 record as a starter. Teel spent his collegiate career at Rutgers University. In his sophomore season, the Scarlet Knights finished with an [...]More Information
After quarterbacking the Oklahoma Sooners and being a draft pick of the Cincinnati Reds, Charles Thompson is now set to teach the next generation of quarterbacks at Football University. Thompson had a four year professional football career where he spent two [...]More Information
Prior to his extensive coaching career, Peter Vaas was a walk-on and a three year starter at Holy Cross where he threw for 2,642 passing yards and 21 touchdowns. Vaas began coaching immediately after graduation where he served as an assistant [...]More Information
Hailing from Seattle, WA, David is a former All-Conference Tight End at UNLV (1992-1995). After college, he became the head coach at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada for four years (2003-2006), where he coached RB DeMarco Murray, [...]More Information
The two-time All-SoCon honoree accumulated 737 rushing yards and passed for a personal-best 1,178 yards in 2004. He broke Georgia Southern and SoCon records for touchdowns accounted for in a season (38, – 25 rushing/13 passing) and career (85 – [...]More Information
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, Madei comes from a long line of successful signal-callers from Western PA. He attended and played QB for Syracuse University and Southern Illinois University before playing professionally in Europe and The Arena Football League. [...]More Information