Forside Amerikansk fodbold CFL Coaching clinic den søndag 1. marts 2020

I forbindelse med at CFL afholder Combine i Danmark, er det lykkes at få en aftale med CFL om de afholder en Coaching Clinic søndag den 1. marts 2020.

Dette er en enestående mulighed for at få et indblik i CFL, verdens næstbedste professionelle liga i amerikansk fodbold, samt ikke mindst lære nogle af de teknikker og drills, de bruger til at udvikler deres spillere. Fokus på CFL Clinic’en er teknikker og udvikling, mere end X’s and O’s

Oplægsholdere er:

Pat DelMonaco, Calgary Stampeders Offensive Coordinator – se bio længere nede
Greg Quick CFL Director Global Scouting – se bio længere nede

Sted: Idrættens Hus, 2605 Brøndby
Tid: Kl. 10:00 – 15:30, med indlagt frokostpause
Pris: DKR 150,-

Indeholdt i prisen er kaffe/the/vand ad libitum

Frokost Sandwich til dkr. 55,- kan bestilles samtidig med tilmelding.

Tilmelding

Tilmedling og betaling skal ske på Nemtilmeld. Sidste frist for tilmelding er torsdag den 27. februar kl. 12:00.

Program:

10:00 – Velkommen
10:05 – Greg Quick CFL Director Global Scouting

  • CFL 2.0 & Info for Coaching Generation Z
  • The Most Under Coached Element of Sport

10:40 – Pat DelMonaco, Calgary Stampeders Offensive Coordinator

  • Fundamentals for Teaching Offensive Line
  • QB Winning Techniques

12:15 – Frokost pause
13:00 – Greg Quick, CFL Director Global Scouting

  • Defensive Line: 1st Touch Pass Rush & Block Destruction
  • Linebackers: Where the Eyes Go the Body Follows
  • Defensive Backs: Beginning to End – Finish Strong

14:45 – Break-out sessions Q&A

  • Pat DelMonaco – room A
  • Greg Quick – room B

15:30 – Slut

Biografi over Pat Delmonaco og Greg Quick

PAT DELMONACO
CFL Calgary Stampeders
Offensive Coordinator

DelMonaco enters 2020 as the new Offensive Coordinator for the Calgary Stampeders. Additionally, he oversees the club’s free-agent tryout camps during the off-season. This will be his seventh season with the Stampeders.

Under Pat’s guidance Calgary’s offensive line has been one of the premier pass protection units in the CFL with players earning All-Star status every season. The Stampeders did not allow a single sack in the 102nd Grey Cup game as Calgary beat Hamilton to win the seventh title in franchise history. Dennis Wilson was voted the league’s Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman in 2016. The Calgary offense is not one-dimensional with rushing titles, 100-yard games and 1,000-yard seasons occurring regularly.

DelMonaco joined the Stamps in 2014 after spending the previous four seasons as the offensive line coach for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Under DelMonaco, members of the Blue Bombers offensive line earned a total of five division all-star honours and Winnipeg had a per-game rushing average of more than 100 yards in three of his four seasons.

DelMonaco joined the Blue Bombers in 2010 after a seven-year stint at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He was RPI’s offensive line coach for two seasons (2003-04) and the offensive coordinator for five years (2005-09).

He previously had stops at Hudson Valley Community College and as a graduate assistant at the University of Illinois. DelMonaco played offensive line for four seasons at the University of Albany and was a captain during his senior season. The Great Danes won two conference championships during DelMonaco’s Albany career.

DelMonaco and his wife Kelly have two children — Julia and Pasquale III.

GREG QUICK

Canadian Football League
Director, Global Scouting

Greg Quick will search the world for top football talent as the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) very first Director, Global Scouting.

Quick has nearly 40 years of experience in finding, recruiting and coaching top player talent for the CFL and NCAA. He has served as a Defensive Coordinator or Linebackers Coach for three CFL Clubs where his players established individual season franchise records for total tackles.

He has also previously worked at several NCAA Division I, II and III universities in various roles, including Athletic Director, Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator and Offensive Coordinator.

“Greg is the right person to fulfill this very important and very demanding job,” said Randy Ambrosie, Commissioner of the CFL. “Locating and integrating the best football players from around the world is a big part of our CFL 2.0 strategy.”

As Director, Global Scouting, Quick will attend CFL Global Combines this Winter in Helsinki, Stockholm, Paris, Florence, Frankfurt, Bristol, Copenhagen, Tokyo, Osaka, and Mexico City – all organized in partnership with football leagues and federations in those countries.

Representing and working on behalf of all nine teams, Quick will identify players to be invited to the CFL Combine March 26-28. He will also prepare confidential scouting reports on the top prospects for the CFL Global Draft that will be held on April 16, 2020.

Greg and his wife, Jeannie, have six children and two grandchildren.

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