Oklahoma City Spring Break Quarterback Training

Oklahoma City Spring Break Quarterback Training
Oklahoma City Spring Break Quarterback Training

Eddie DeBartolo's 49ers teams were built with first class, Hall of Fame players such as Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, and Ronnie Lott, and visionary coaches such as Bill Walsh and George Seifert. Mr. DeBartolo’s vision is to help athletes improve their skills, realize their talents, and maximize their potential through unparalleled development football programs.

The Elite QB & WR Academy features 3 days of intense, non-contact skills training, speed, strength, agility training, and NFL film study and chalkboard sessions. Athletes will receive instruction on how to improve their technical, tactical, and mental abilities on the football field. The program is led by former University of Oklahoma Offensive Coordinator Joe Dickinson and an expert team of coaches that have had success developing athletes at every football level.

Highlights Include

  • Position specific drills led by Joe Dickinson and supporting team of Elite coaches
  • Quarterbacks will work on game speed ½ field read and react drills with wide receivers against defensive backs
  • Non-contact; athletic trainers are on-site at all times
  • Program includes on-field training and classroom work (individual & NFL film analysis)
  • Quarterbacks receive lunch each day
  • Each quarterback will receive Elite Academy apparel and individual video from skills sessions

Dates & Prices

Meet Camp Coaches

Joe Dickinson
Camp Director

Joe Dickinson

Recognized as one of the premier developers of quarterbacks in the nation, Coach Dickinson has recently trained several of   the nations top quarterbacks coming out of the high school ranks.

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Quarterbacks  including Matt Barkley (USC), Dayne Crist (Notre Dame), Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State), Jake Heaps   (BYU), Blake Bell (Oklahoma), and this years top quarterback  recruits Cody Keith (National   Prep Player of the Year, East Carolina University Commit), Conner Preston (Southern   Methodist University Commit), and Daxx Garman (University of Arizona Commit) have all sought his training.

Under the guidance of Coach Dickinson, youth quarterbacks Augie DeBiase (Jacksonville,   Florida) and Grady Sullivan (Southlake Carroll, Texas) received National attention with   their superior play during the 2010 season and respective invitation's to play in the Junior   Rank Diamond Bowl and the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl.

In 2008 and 2009 Coach Dickinson helped current Minnesota Vikings QB Rhett Bomar prepare for the NFL Combine and pre-season camp.  Throughout this period he worked with New Orleans Saints QB Chase Daniel, Tampa Bay Buccaneer first round draft choice QB Josh Freeman, and Tampa Bay Bucs QB Rudy Carpenter.

Coach Dickinson served as the Offensive Coordinator and Recruiting Coordinator at several Division 1 football programs including: Tulsa (’86-’89), Marshall (’90), Northern Illinois (’91-’95), Oklahoma (’83-85,‘96-’98), Tulane (’99-’00), and Central Oklahoma (’03-’06).  The complete offensive mastermind, Coach Dickinson’s offenses routinely ranked at the top of the NCAA.  Throughout his extensive career he had the opportunity to coach alongside some of the best minds in football.  He was on staff with Hall of Fame Coach and Super Bowl Champion Barry Switzer when they won the 1985 National Championship.  While at Marshall he Coached with the legendary Jim Donnan, and during his time at Tulsa he coached with College Football Hall of Fame Coach John Cooper.

Early in his career at Oklahoma, Coach Dickinson worked with Pro Football Hall of Fame QB Troy Aikman.  From there, he would go on to recruit, coach, and/or mentor several 1st round draft picks including:  JP Losman (QB, 2004/Round 1/Pick 32), Patrick Ramsey (QB, 2002/Round 1/Pick 32), Roy Williams (S, 2002/Round 1/Pick 8), and Stockar McDougle (OL, 2000/Round 1/Pick 20).  From 1994-1997, four of Coach Dickinson’s running backs would go on to NFL careers:  LeShon Johnson, James Allen, De’mond Parker, and Jermaine Fezande.

Coach Dickinson mentored Heisman Candidate LeShon Johnson at Northern Illinois during his Nation Leading rushing performance in 1993.  While at Tulsa, he produced NFL Quarterbacks T.J. Rubley and Gus Frerotte, who rank 1st and 2nd on the schools list of All-Time Passers respectively.

In 2000, Joe Dickinson founded Fab50 Recruiting, a highly regarded scouting service for high school athletes.  Today, Fab50 recruiting remains a highly respected online scouting service.

Throughout his Coaching Career Coach Dickinson has had the opportunity to work and learn with some of the greatest minds to coach and play the game including:  Joe Avezanno, Rex Ryan, Jim Hanifan, Pat McPherson, Joe Jurasek, Terry Shea, Joe Montana, Randy Cross, Jon Embree, John Blake, Bubby Brister, Jeff Weeks, Chris Scelfo, Barry Switzer, Jim Donnan, Bill Bates, and John Cooper.

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Joe McCulley
Coach

Joe McCulley

Joe is a long-time coach and administrator in the Oklahoma public school system and will be providing personal quarterback instruction exclusively to DeBartolo Sports University.  Not...

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Joe is a long-time coach and administrator in the Oklahoma public school system and will be providing personal quarterback instruction exclusively to DeBartolo Sports University.  Not only does Coach McCulley bring to the table a vast knowledge of the quarterback position but also a deep understanding of the game of football and all aspects of what it takes to become a great player.  Joe has 35 years coaching experience coaching young athletes,  29 years as a head coach , 5 years assistant and offensive coordinator both in Oklahoma high schools and 1 year assistant and quarterback coach at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, his Alma Mater.

Coach McCulley has coached  6 All-State quarterbacks, produced 25 all-state players, won 15 district titles,  had 11 state quarterfinals, 4 state semi-final appearances, and 1 State Championship.  He has been elected by his peers as All State Coach and 12 times District Coach of the year.

Joe has worked with numerous college football camps, including the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, and University of Tulsa.  He had the opportunity to help establish the first team camp in Oklahoma with long time University Tulsa head coach and current University of Mississippi offensive coordinator David Rader.

As a player McCulley played quarterback for Anaheim High School in Southern California where he was mentored by former NFL coach Dick Coury.  After graduation he played quarterback at the University of Tulsa, under the guidance of then offensive coordinator, former NFL coach and player Jerry Rhome. During his tenure here in 1973 he was 2nd leading passer in the nation behind Jesse Freitas of San Diego State.  He was also ranked 2nd in total offense behind longtime Dallas Cowboy and Arizona State quarterback Danny White.   While playing at Tulsa he had the opportunity and good fortune to throw to elite receivers Drew Pearson, former all –pro Dallas Cowboy, Steve Largent, Seattle Seahawks Hall of Famer, and Raymond Rhodes, Pro-bowler and former Green Bay Packer’s Head coach.

Coach McCulley and his wife Sherry have 5 children and are currently living in Hennessey, Ok where he is the Superintendent of schools.

Tom George
Coach

Tom George

Coach George has been a Quarterback Coach in the State of Florida for the past 8 years. As Passing Coordinator, he took Clay High School to the Florida 5A State title game in 2013, and led...

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Coach George has been a Quarterback Coach in the State of Florida for the past 8 years. As Passing Coordinator, he took Clay High School to the Florida 5A State title game in 2013, and led the State of Florida in Offense during this time.

For the past 4 years he also worked as an Elite 11 Regional Quarterback Coach.

Coach George has had the honor of coaching multiple All American games, including the Shrine Bowl and the Florida-Georgia All American game. He’s worked numerous college camps, with University of Florida, Florida State and Ohio State University.

As a player, George played at Kaiser and St Louis High School in Honolulu, Hawaii. He went on to play at the University of Arizona and then spent two years in Europe playing Semi-professional football. He led the European league in passing yards and touchdown passes in 1994.

Coach George is currently a Naval Aviator and Senior Chief with 20 years in the military, serving multiple stints to the Middle East and other worldwide countries.

He is currently coaching Quarterbacks at Jones High School in Oklahoma.

Camp Details

Athletes from across the globe have traveled to DeBartolo Sports University’s Academy programs in search of the best training. At the Elite QB Training Academy, high school and youth participants receive instruction on how to improve their technical, tactical, and mental abilities on the football field.

The DeBartolo Sports University's Academy programs are NON-CONTACT. This clinic is for Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers. Individuals and Youth, Freshman, JV, Varsity teams are encouraged to attend. 

*QB's may bring WR to skill sessions at no additional charge

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SPRING BREAK CAMP: MARCH 18-MARCH 20, 2016

First Day Check-in: Friday, March 18th at 9:30AM
Last Day Check-out: Sunday, March 20th at 3:45PM
Daily Camp Hours: FRI 9:30AM-3:45PM, SAT-SUN 9:15AM-3:45PM
Camp Meals: Lunch will be provided for all campers each day.

Former University of Oklahoma Offensive Coordinator Joe Dickinson leads the 3-day instructional program and he will be supported by a team of coaches that have developed players at the NFL, College, high school, and youth level. Athletes will participate in skills and classroom sessions. Athletes receive instruction on how to improve their technical, tactical and mental abilities on the football field. 

Facilities

Indoor Soccer Arena
100 N McCormick
Oklahoma City, OK 73127

Sample Daily Schedule

  • Day 1
  • 9:30AM Quarterback Check-in
  • 10:00AM - 11:00AM Welcome and QB meeting
  • 11:00AM - 11:45AM Quarterback Lunch
  • 12:00PM - 3:30PM Skills session Indoor Soccer Arena
  • 3:45PM End of Day #1
  • Day 2 & Day 3
  • 9:15AM Quarterbacks report to Indoor Soccer Arena
  • 9:30AM -12:30PM Skills Session Indoor Soccer Arena
  • 1:00PM -1:45PM Quarterback Lunch
  • 1:45PM - 3:30PM Quarterback Meeting
  • 3:45PM End of Day #2 & #3

Camper Reviews

Rhett BomarQB, Minnesota Vikings

  • 5/5.
I really appreciate everything Coach Dickinson has done for me.

"Coach Dickinson and I have worked together for about three years now and I really appreciate everything he has done for me. We get together in the summer mostly, but  I have made great improvement while working with him.“

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Mark DeBiaseFather of Quarterback Augie DeBiase

  • 5/5.
We are so thankful for what DeBartolo Sports has done.

“We are so thankful for what DeBartolo Sports has done, for the way Coach Dickinson has developed my son, from a character standpoint and an athletic standpoint, and without Coach Dickinson and DSU I don't believe Augie would be at the point he is today. I believe Augie has a great future and the only way we are going down that road is with Coach D by our side."

Ron CornwellFather of QB David Cornwell

  • 5/5.
Coach D has been incredible.

“Coach D has been incredible. He is really key on why David is the quarterback that he is. He also gives him confidence that he will keep improving. There is no way we would be where we are at without him."

Pat GarmanFather of Daxx Garman - 2011 Univ. of Arizona Recruiting Class

  • 5/5.
Coach Dickinson, Coach Loyd, and Coach Banks are about as good as it gets for QB’s.

“DeBartolo Sports and Coach Dickinson made the Saddlebrook Camp one of the best ones Daxx has ever been to! Coach Dickinson, Coach Loyd, and Coach Banks are about as good as it gets for QB’s.”

Allen WilsonFather of WR Allen Wilson - Tarpon Springs High School near Tampa

  • 5/5.
Allen has gained confidence.

“Allen has matured a lot since coming to the DSU camps. He catches the ball better and runs better routes because he gets to work with all these great quarterbacks. He has gained confidence. These camps and working with Coach Dickinson has done a lot for him."

Paul SullivanFather of Grady Sullivan

  • 5/5.
Grady is surrounded by the best quarterback role models to train with.

"Grady gains confidence in his decision making and is surrounded by the best quarterback role models to train with."

Randall SimmonsFather of Colby Simmons

  • 5/5.
Colby has become a completely different QB as a result of the camps and the private training sessions.

"Colby has become a completely different QB as a result of the camps and the private training sessions. You can see the difference in the video clips from the camps to actual results on the football field. I see that Colby realizes that the game is as much mental as it is physical strictly from what he has been taught by the coaches at the camps. Bottom line, DeBartolo Sports University has made a huge impact for my son."

Steve PotterFather of Carlton Potter

  • 5/5.
We are sold on this training.

"Coach Dickinson provided a very professional, organized, and structured training environment, while at the same time making it fun and tailored for each QB. Carlton learned a lot, had a great time, and made noticeable improvements each day. We are sold on this training."

Ron QuarantaFather of Ronnie Quaranta

  • 5/5.
Ronnie has really improved over the last couple years working with Coach D.

"Ronnie has really improved over the last couple years working with Coach D. His footwork, accuracy, and pure knowledge of the game and confidence is a big thing. Ronnie knows he can compete with some of the best in the country."

Will DoddFather of Richard Dodd

  • 5/5.
I would highly encourage any parent to consider enrolling in another DSU event

"My son Richard will be a Freshman at Hebron High School (Carrollton, TX) next year (2013-2014).  I wanted to find a QB camp that was unlike those he had ever attended before.  After thoroughly researching the DSU QB web site, I decided to enroll him in the Holiday camp in Oklahoma City.  The amount of individual attention and individual ""constructive coaching"" that Richard received during the four-day camp was beyond what I expected.  Richard enjoyed getting a large volume of repetitions throwing while at the camp as well as the class-room time that helped him understand defensive weaknesses better than before coming to camp.  Richard left camp knowing that he had multiple items to work on but he also left fully equipped with drills and coaching points from the coaches at the camp to help him make the changes necessary to move forward in his development as a QB.  I would highly encourage any parent to consider enrolling in another DSU event.  I'm very certain that Richard will attend again."

Blane BurnsCamper

  • 5/5.
This camp was HARDCORE

"This camp was HARDCORE, & not for the weakhearted, but I loved every minute.  The coaches were quick to help me adjust my technique to make me a better QB.  I really liked Coach D & Coach Mc and cant wait to go to another camp with them.  One of these days when I get to the NFL as a quarterback, I can come back & help Coach D & Coach Mc teach other kids to become better."

Bret SmithFather of Travis and Jake Smith

  • 5/5.
DeBartolo Sports has delivered on everything that is expected in a top notch, first class football program for elite players

"DeBartolo Sports has delivered on everything that is expected in a top notch, first class football program for elite players. The coaching staff is excellent with the players on their development physically and mentally. My sons Travis Smith and Jake Smith came out of the camps with a higher level of confidence and a better understanding for the QB position. Both have had some extensive training prior to Debartolo Sports, but after a few days at their camps the kids were able to step it up to a new level. The coaches have also been very helpful with Travis' recruiting process. They were able to answer questions for us that we did not have the answers to and gave us advice that we could not get elsewhere. Plus it is a huge advantage having coaches that actually know what college coaches are truly looking for in a player."

Joe PickertFather of Quarterback Cole Pickert

  • 5/5.
The DeBartolo name means taking care of players and doing it right

“The DeBartolo name means taking care of players and doing it right. This camp was no exception”

Rick PurcellFather of youth Quarterback Roman Purcell

  • 5/5.
This is where the best learn how to be the best

"This is where the best learn how to be the best, from the best. If this one week is any indication of how much my son will improve, I can not wait to watch him develop as a young man and as a quarterback."

Greg FishbackFather of Nelson Fishback - 2011 Top Quarterback Recruit

  • 5/5.
DeBartolo Sports University demonstrates a genuine commitment to helping young athletes

"Nelson learned more about the quarterback position at this Academy than any other camp he's attended. Professional critiques from veterans with extensive experience at the D-1 and NFL level are what you'll receive at this academy. With a coaching staff consisting of ex-NFL players, a Heisman finalist and professional combine trainers, DeBartolo Sports University demonstrates a genuine commitment to helping young athletes improve their athletic skill sets and personal character traits.”

Camp Dates & Prices

Programs: Quarterback
Age Group: 12 - 18
Gender: Boys
Indoor Soccer Arena (100 N McCormick, Oklahoma City, OK 73127)
DAY $795.00
Availability: Open

* Please note, times may vary on the first and last day of camp.
Programs: Quarterback
Age Group: 12 - 18
Gender: Boys
Camp will take place at Midwest City High School, 213 Elm Street, Midwest City, OK 73110
Day $695.00
Availability: Open

* Please note, times may vary on the first and last day of camp.
Programs: Quarterback
Age Group: 12 - 18
Gender: Boys
Camp will take place at Shawnee High School (1001 N Kennedy Avenue, Shawnee, OK 74801). QB's can bring a WR free of charge.
Day $600.00
Availability: Open

* Please note, times may vary on the first and last day of camp.
Programs: Quarterback
Age Group: 12 - 18
Gender: Boys
Camp will take place at Midwest City High School, 213 Elm Street, Midwest City, OK 73110
Day $695.00
Availability: Open

* Please note, times may vary on the first and last day of camp.
For additional camp information and dates call us at 1-800-NIKE-CAMP we would be happy to help you.