Team

TONY BANKS

NFL Experience

St. Louis Rams (1996–1998), Baltimore Ravens (1999–2000), Dallas Cowboys (2001), Washington Redskins (2001), Houston Texans (2002–2005)

Bio

Tony Banks places among the all-time record holders at Michigan State. He ranks sixth in passing completion percentage, tenth in career passing yards, and tenth in passing touchdowns. Banks was the first quarterback selected in the 1996 NFL Draft.

PHILLIP BLACKWELL

NFL Experience

National Field Director (NFL Regional Combines)

Bio

Phillip Blackwell is an assistant football coach at Perry Hall High School in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to accepting his present position in 2008, he spent the previous six seasons on the staff at Overlea (MD) High School, where he coached wide receivers and defensive backs. During his career, he has ...

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PHILLIP BLACKWELL

NFL Experience

National Field Director (NFL Regional Combines)

Bio

Phillip Blackwell is an assistant football coach at Perry Hall High School in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to accepting his present position in 2008, he spent the previous six seasons on the staff at Overlea (MD) High School, where he coached wide receivers and defensive backs. During his career, he has coached a number of players who have gone on to compete at the collegiate level. Currently, Blackwell serves as the regional director for Elite Pro Football Combines, as well as a national field consultant with the National Athletic Testing System.|Phil attended West Virginia University where he majored in Civil Engineering. In addition to his duties as a Technology Coordinator for Baltimore County elementary schools, Phil teaches G.E.D. classes in the evenings at the Baltimore County Detention Center and at Kenwood High School Drop-in Center. He also coaches Varsity Football and Track at Overlea HS and Perry Hall HS in Baltimore, Maryland.|Phil first joined pro football combines as a staff member for the Scout Camp Regional Combines at their Baltimore location in 2004. In 2006 he was promoted by Scout Camp (later renamed ELITE Football) to the position of Baltimore Regional Director.|After ELITE was purchased by the NFL in 2011, Phil continued as Regional Director for the NFL Baltimore combine. In 2011, Phil was promoted to National Field Director (NFD). As an NFD, Phil assists the National Director at other NFL Regional Combines outside of Baltimore and is a key member of the NFL Super Regional Combine staff.|Phil also serves as Camp Director for the Joe Krivak QB/WR Camps and a head coach for 12 and 13 year olds at the Art Monk-Sports International Football Camp. When not teaching and running camps and combines, Phil mentors local male and female athletes to help guide them through the college eligibility and recruiting process.

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EUGENE BRIGHT

NFL Experience

Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers

Bio

Eugene Bright is a former American football tight end. He was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles as a street free agent in 2009. He played college football at Purdue.

MAURICE DOUGLASS

NFL Experience

Chicago Bears, New York Giants

Bio

Maurice "Mo" Douglass is a high school football head coach at Springfield High School and former American football safety who played eleven seasons in the National Football League for the Chicago Bears and the New York Giants.

JOHN FONTES

 

 

Bio

Central Florida Football Secondary Coach, 2002; Minnesota Vikings Linebackers Coach, 2000-2001; Detroit Lions Secondary Coach, 1992-1996; LSU Football Linebackers Coach, Secondary Coach, 1987-1990; Miami Football Linebackers Coach, 1986; Northwestern Football Assistant Coach, 1985; Oregon State Football Secondary Coach, Linebackers Coach, 1976-1980; Iowa Football Undergraduate Coach, 1973

ARLEN HARRIS

NFL Experience

St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons

Bio

Arlen Harris is a former NFL running back who played for the St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions, and the Atlanta Falcons. He played college football for the University of Virginia and Hofstra University. He won a PIAA Championship at Downingtown High School.|In college, Harris did not play either his junior...

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ARLEN HARRIS

NFL Experience

St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons

Bio

Arlen Harris is a former NFL running back who played for the St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions, and the Atlanta Falcons. He played college football for the University of Virginia and Hofstra University. He won a PIAA Championship at Downingtown High School.|In college, Harris did not play either his junior year, due to an injury to his knee, or his senior year because he transferred and lost that year's eligibility. So, Harris did not play football for two years until he made his return to football in an all-star game in Las Vegas and was named MVP.|Harris was undrafted, but he was signed by the NFL's St. Louis Rams. He played three seasons with the Rams, starting three games. He moved to the Detroit Lions in 2006, also starting three games there.|In the off-season, he joined several churches in Pennsylvania, where he focused on helping kids while also giving out autographed sports cards. Harris has been married to his wife Heather for nine years, and together they have three children, Caeli, Arlen Jr., and Ayden. He is currently a strength and conditioning coach at Niagara football academy.

 

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JERRY HOLMES

NFL Experience

New York Jets, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers

Bio

Jerry Holmes is an American football coach and former defensive back. He played ten seasons in the National Football League, mainly for New York Jets but also with the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. He also played in the USFL for the New Jersey Generals and the Pittsburgh Maulers. Holmes attended West Virginia University.

PETE HUNTER

NFL Experience

Dallas Cowboys, New York Jets, Cleveland Browns

Bio

Pete Hunter played Division II NCAA college football at Virginia Union. In his college football career, he had 10 blocked kicks, and led the CIAA conference in his senior year with 11 interceptions. He averaged 1 interception per game. He was very versatile playing a number of defensive positions, including free safety, strong safety and cornerback.

TODD KRUEGER

NFL Experience

Buffalo Bills, Houston Oilers, Minnesota Vikings

Bio

Todd Krueger has trained over 1200 quarterbacks in the last five years and has helped over 62 players get college football scholarships. He has been the quarterback coach at numerous competitions and events, including the 2012 ESPN Dallas Elite 11 Quarterback Competition, the Army All American Football...

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TODD KRUEGER

NFL Experience

Buffalo Bills, Houston Oilers, Minnesota Vikings

Bio

Todd Krueger has trained over 1200 quarterbacks in the last five years and has helped over 62 players get college football scholarships. He has been the quarterback coach at numerous competitions and events, including the 2012 ESPN Dallas Elite 11 Quarterback Competition, the Army All American Football Game, the Blue Grey High School All Star Game in Tampa Florida, the Army All American Combine, the Junior Rank All American Football Game, and the Rivals Showcase Football Camp. He was also the quarterback recruiter for the Elite 11 Quarterback Competition. He has been the high school quarterback coach and offensive coordinator at back to back Massachusetts State Prep School State Championships at Lawrence Academy where his offense averaged over 43 points per game. Todd, who is the son of college and professional football coach Gil Krueger, also speaks at numerous football coaching clinics and has published over 47 football coaching articles.

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BO ORLANDO

NFL Experience

Pittsburgh Steelers, Houston Oilers, San Diego Chargers, and Cincinnati Bengals

Bio

Bo Orlando played quarterback in high school, but when the West Virginia Mountaineers recruited him, they moved him to strong-safety. He helped lead the Mountaineers to their undefeated 1988 season and is one of the greatest defensive backs to play for West Virginia University. He was selected in the "West Virginia Hall of Fame."

DAVID RILEY

NFL Experience

New Orleans Saints

Bio

David Riley was a West Virginia University running back and fullback who was drafted into the NFL by the New Orleans Saints. He was selected by USFL Philadelphia Stars in 1982 and played 5 years as starting fullback with 2 championships. He was inducted in the "West Virginia Hall of Fame" and "NJ Hall of Fame."

BLAIR THOMAS

NFL Experience

New York Jets, New England Patriots , Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers

Bio

Thomas served as running backs coach at Temple University for eight seasons. A member of Penn State University's 1986 National Championship team, Thomas was a 1989 All-American and a two-year starter for head coach Joe Paterno. He finished second on the Nittany Lions’ all-time rushing list.

JERMAINE WILLIAMS

NFL Experience

Kansas City Chiefs (2001), Jacksonville Jaguars (2000), Oakland Raiders (1998-1999)

Bio

Jermaine Williams was a former professional American football running back in the NFL. He played college football for the University of Houston. While in the NFL, he played five seasons for the Oakland Raiders, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Kansas City Chiefs.

DEVIN WYMAN

NFL Experience

New England Patriots

Bio

Wyman was drafted in the 6th round (206th overall) of the 1996 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. Playing in 15 games with 4 starts over two seasons with New England, Wyman spent the 1998 NFL season on injured reserve before leaving the team following the season. Prior to the 1999 NFL season, the defensive tackle signed with the...

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DEVIN WYMAN

NFL Experience

New England Patriots

Bio

Wyman was drafted in the 6th round (206th overall) of the 1996 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. Playing in 15 games with 4 starts over two seasons with New England, Wyman spent the 1998 NFL season on injured reserve before leaving the team following the season. Prior to the 1999 NFL season, the defensive tackle signed with the Minnesota Vikings and was allocated to NFL Europe to play for the Barcelona Dragons.

Leaving the NFL, Wyman began his Arena Football League career with the San Jose SaberCats in 2003. Staying with the team until 2005, Wyman was part of the SaberCats team that won ArenaBowl XVIII. The Kentucky State alum left San Jose for the Dallas Desperados in 2006. Wyman left Dallas in 2007 for the Utah Blaze. Following his first season with Utah, Wyman resigned with the team on August 2, 2008.

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TEVITA OFAHENGAUE

NFL Experience

Arizona Cardinals

Bio

Tevita Lotoatau Ofahengaue is a former American football tight end. He was the last (246th) pick in the 2001 National Football League draft, thus qualifying as that year's "Mr. Irrelevant". He was drafted out of Brigham Young University by the Arizona Cardinals

AARON WALLACE

 

Bio

Aaron Wallace is a former American footballlinebacker who played his entire career for the NFL's Raiders franchise. He played college football for Texas A&M.
Wallace attended Dallas Roosevelt High School where he was a teammate of future NFL players Richmond Webb and Kevin Williams, a wide receiver.
While at Texas A&M from 1986 to 1989, Wallace accumulated 42 sacks...

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AARON WALLACE

 

Bio

Aaron Wallace is a former American footballlinebacker who played his entire career for the NFL's Raiders franchise. He played college football for Texas A&M.
Wallace attended Dallas Roosevelt High School where he was a teammate of future NFL players Richmond Webb and Kevin Williams, a wide receiver.
While at Texas A&M from 1986 to 1989, Wallace accumulated 42 sacks for his career, which still rank him 1st all-time at Texas A&M. The 42 sacks also ranked him 7th all-time in the NCAA at the conclusion of his career, and currently rank him 11th.
Wallace played eight seasons for the Raiders, compiling 155 tackles and 21 sacks. He retired in 1999 and did some work in real estate. He later went back to Texas A&M to earn his degree in agricultural and life sciences in 2002.
He began his coaching career at Sunset High School, where he coached the defensive line for four seasons. He then served at H. Grady Spruce High School in 2007, the last season Spruce fielded athletic teams. After Spruce's disbandment of its sports squads, he moved to Emmett J. Conrad High School, though discontinued coaching. He stopped coaching since he desired more time to see his son play football in San Diego.
He was inducted into the Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame in 2008

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Assistant Coaches

  • Ray Hardy

  • Glen Campbell

  • Stephen Nesmith

  • Terrance Paul

  • Robert Washington

  • Maurice Walton

  • Gery Graham

  • Brandon Scruggs

  • Stephen Nesmith

  • Larry Driver

  • Ray Hardy

  • Anthony Chatman

  • Mike Giovando

 

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