NFL No. 1 QB pick 2011
No 1. QB pick 2012
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2013-2014 1st round QBs | 2014 #120 overall QB pick
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The Pro Day is often times the only major public workout for elite quarterbacks. These workouts present an incredible opportunity to demonstrate your skill set exactly how you would envision it. Through training, we will coincide the rhythm and order of the routine.
These workouts are usually 50 to 85 throws, including displays of movement, pocket agility and other special dynamics (throwing on the run, power, touch, etc).
Once the college football season is done, Whitfield Athletix begins preparing talented college quarterbacks for the NFL draft process. Quarterbacks are submerged into a cutting-edge, methodical training regime that improves every facet of their performance and ability. As a prospect, you only have one initial run into the combine, pro day and draft.
Pro Days coordinated by George Whitfield Jr.:
Stanford University Florida Atlantic University University of Arizona Cam Newton’s “Media Day” University of Auburn University of Cincinnati University of Georgia University of Louisville University of Oklahoma Virginia Tech University Texas A&M University
COLLEGE QUARTERBACK TRAINING
College quarterbacks searching for a competitive edge or simply looking to improve have found both here in San Diego. Quarterbacks come in from all over the country from different divisions and different performance objectives and goals to work with Quarterback Engineer, coach George Whitfield Jr.
College Quarterbacks that trained during their college SPRING BREAK:
1. Logan Thomas (Virginia Tech) 2. Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M) 3. Bryce Petty (Baylor) 4. Taylor Kelly (ASU) 5. Marquise Williams (North Carolina) 6. Tajh Boyd (Clemson) 7. Kelly Hilinski (Columbia) 8. Landry Jones (Oklahoma) 9. Braxton Miller (Ohio State) 10. Connor Cook (Michigan State) 11. EJ Manuel (Florida State)
COLLEGE SPRING BREAK TRAINING
Many collegiate quarterbacks chose the week of spring break to travel in and improve themselves in preparation for their Spring practice. Their objectives vary from mechanical corrections in throwing motion and footwork to concept and route help with a new playbook/ coaching staff. To be notified of future Spring Break QB trainings with Whitfield Athletix – Sign up under CONTACT US.
COLLEGE SUMMER TRAINING
The summer training opportunities are critical for all college quarterbacks. Whether you’re returning all-conference play-maker or incoming freshman, you want to be as complete and prepared as possible. Is your arm conditioned enough to ‘thrive’ through the summer training camp? Is your footwork and passing mechanics fluid and efficient? These objectives should be met before you trot onto the practice field to start your new season. And this is the place to get it done.
NFL DRAFT PREPARATION
COMPREHENSIVE VIDEO BIOSPY – Quarterbacks are filmed from 5 different angles every week of training for a mechanical look at their throwing motion, release and drop back footwork. Coach Whitfield studies this footage with the prospect to advance the training progress.
CLASSIC DROPBACK FOOTWORK
The biggest hurdle today’s NFL hopefuls have is the understanding and execution of the 3 step, 5 step and 7 step drops. Most of today’s college QB’s are in shotgun dominated systems. Prospects will be coached to execute ‘clean’, effecient drops with depth and quickness. Scouts and NFL coaches want to see a quarterback demonstrate fluid, rhythmic drops when throwing the route tree while maintaining balance and power.
PASSING RANGE & VERSATILITY
Many times quarterbacks complete their collegiate careers and are ‘cast’ into a type of passer (i.e. “system passer”, “pitcher”, “finesse thrower”). Our objective is to take the prospect’s percieved passing weakness and drive it into a strength. This could be a physical transformation such as throwing with more power or touch, or it could be concept transformation such as throwing classic NFL routes that maybe unfamiliar to the prospect.
AGILITY & POCKET PRESENCE
How mobile is the prospect? Scouts don’t hold a quarterback’s 40 yard dash performance with the same weighted value that they do for all other positions. They do, however, want to see a level of agility and athleticism that reassures them that they’ll have a player that can get himself out of trouble or extend a play.
HOW DO I SIGN UP? COLLEGE OR NFL
Please e-mail WhitfieldQBacademy@gmail.com