Non-Contact Football Camp Virginia Beach
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This Non-Contact Football Camp is designed for football players looking to improve their skills in a safe and controlled setting.
The instruction stresses both individual positions and team play with every camper. Thousands of our previous football campers played, or are now playing college football (many at schools represented by our coaching staff).
- Individual Camp ages 6-13
- Grouping by age, weight and ability
- Non-Contact Drills and Scrimmages
- Football Camp T-shirt and Prizes
- Great exposure to college coaches
- Daily training to develop speed, strength and agility
- Discussions on Proper Technique and Concussion Safety
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Coach Tanner Fiano
Tanner Fiano is a former Division 1a football coach, Division 1aa football player, and current youth football clinic organizer. He has been making an enormous impact in the youth football community for years and has trained some of the top youth talent in the Hampton Roads area.View Tanner's Bio ⟩
He started his football career at Kempsville high school where he was a 2-way starter ever since a sophomore. A three-year letterwinner, Tanner went on to be one of the top players in the state of Virginia between 2008-2010. He was a team captain his last two seasons along with being selected as an All-Beach District wide receiver and return specialist as a junior and senior. Tanner accounted for more than 1,000 all-purpose yards as a senior and junior along with playing multiple positions on offense and defense. Tanner was a core factor in helping the team reach the Eastern Region Division 6 quarterfinals and Kempsville’s first playoff birth in over 10 years. Outside of school he was a 2-time Schumann’s National Underclassman Combine Wide Receiver MVP, along with being invited to Schuman’s Top 100 back to back years.
After high school Tanner went on to play his collegiate football at Norfolk State University. He played as a true freshman at Norfolk State in 2010 and went on to be a key factor for the Spartans throughout his 5 year career. Tanner was a 3 year starter and was a key factor his senior year at slot receiver for the Spartans. He had minimal mistakes and great success as a starting punt and kick returner along with being a prominent slot receiver in the conference. While at NSU he was 2 time All-MEAC Academic team and previously held the school shuttle record at NSU at a 3.98. Just recently Tanner finished as a former assistant coach for Old Dominion University where he worked with the quarterbacks and quality control. He was responsible for charting plays, assist in recruiting designated areas and on field player development. In early 2018, Tanner began running his own youth football clinic from ages 8-14. The clinics started small but due to Tanner’s coaching knowledge, structure and unique design the clinics have grown to a roster of over 30 each season. Clinics are 6-8 weeks with focus on mechanics, footwork, speed, agility and drills that enhance and grow players’ abilities. Tanner is responsible for growing the clinic from a roster of 14 to 30 players and more set to join next season. He has been such a positive factor in developing young athletes that a local television program named “The Hampton roads Show” chose to interview him on his clinics and development of youth football in the area. Tanner continues to use his skills and knowledge to lead young athletes in the right direction and enhance their abilities to full potential.
Coach Reggie Garrett
Temple director of player personnel Reggie Garrett enters his third season on the Temple coaching staff. Reggie has played an instrumental part in the Temple football team’s success. All 3 years of Reggie’s coaching term with Temple have resulted in proven success.View Reggie's Bio ⟩
Since 2016, Temple has made 3 bowl appearances including a bowl Win in 2017. Temple football has also sent several of their players to the NFL with 8 of them being drafted since 2016 which is when Reggie began his coaching career with them. Reggie joined Temple in January 2016, as a graduate assistant working with the defense. He was hired into the full-time role of defensive analyst in shortly after, and quickly promoted one month later to director of player personnel. Reggie earned his masters degree as well while at Temple. Before starting his tenure at Temple, Reggie coached defensive backs for Pace University and University of Rhode Island. At Pace, he worked with the corners and safeties and also served as punt return coordinator and at Rhode Island he was primarily responsible for cornerbacks and safeties.
Before beginning his career as a college football coach, Reggie was a former standout wide receiver for Norfolk State University. Reggie started out as a Quarterback and smoothly made the transition to wide receiver. Reggie was part of the Spartans’ 2011 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championship team and was vice president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He went on to become captain as a senior and finished his career with 73 catches and 815 yards. Reggie was also a standout in high school at Indian River high school. He started at quarterback for two years and led Indian River to the Eastern Region semifinals. Reggie has a proven track record of success as a player and coach and continues to impact player’s lives on and off the field.
Coach Jamaine Paddyfoot
Jamaine Paddyfoot has been a prominent factor in football for well over 10 years and had tremendous success with developing young athletes. He spent multiple years as a high school head coach, offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator and even a college assistant coach.View Jamaine's Bio ⟩
Jamaine started his football career at University of Virginia at Wise as a cornerback. While at UVA Wise he started all 4 years at cornerback immediately making an impact. He was a 3 year captain and an essential part of their defense. He finished his career with 12 career interceptions which is 2nd all-time in UVA wise football history. Once graduated, he also served as an assistant, coaching defensive backs, for one season at UVA-Wise before leaving to move back to his hometown.
After UVA Wise Jamaine went on to become the defensive coordinator at Denbigh high school for 5 years. Jamaine was responsible for taking Denbigh from an 0-10 record to 8-2 and one of the top teams in the district. He went on to become the offensive coordinator for Kempsville shortly after and again had success with a struggling team. Before Jamaine’s hiring Kempsville was 0-10 and struggling offensively. Once hired, he took that 0-10 team to a 6-4 record and their first playoff appearance in 10 years and led them all the way to the Eastern Region Division 6 quarterfinals. That 6-4 team produced two Division 1aa football standouts, along with two major D-1a athletes. Paddyfoot went on to become Head Coach at Kempsville for the next 3 seasons continuing his already proven success. During his 10 seasons coaching with Denbigh and Kempsville high school, Jamaine is responsible for sending over 40 athletes to college in division 3, 2, 1aa and 1a.
Coach Terrell Whitehead
Terrell Whitehead is a former NFL player for the Jacksonville Jaguars along with an All-Conference, and All-American safety in college. Terrell began his playing career at Kempsville high school and immediately made an impact. He was selected to First-team All-Tidewater and All-Beach District his junior and senior seasons, making him one of the top players in the state.View Terrell's Bio ⟩
During his time at Kempsville they maintained an above .500 record and finished with back to back 8-2 seasons. He went on to play collegiate football for Norfolk State University and play as a true freshman. During his Sophomore season, Terrell started all 11 games at free safety, was named to the All-MEAC first team ,after only being named to the second during the preseason, voted a third-team All-American by The Sports Network and also a first-team All-State Division I selection by the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID). After a stellar Sophomore season, he followed it up by leading the MEAC in interceptions as a junior and tied for sixth nationally with six interceptions. Started every game for the second consecutive year and was a first-team All-MEAC selection along with third-team Sports Network All-American for the second year in a row and named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) All-State Division I second team.
Terrell finished his stellar career as three-time All-American and one of the best defensive back in Norfolk State University history. Terrell was signed as a free agent by the Jacksonville Jaguars and spent 2 seasons with the team as a free safety. A shoulder injury cut short what would have been a great NFL career. Terrell went into coaching shortly after as a defensive back coach for Salem high school in 2014. Salem made the playoffs multiple years during his time there and he sent dozens of athletes to college as well. Terrell is currently coaching at Green Run high school and continuing to impact the lives of young athletes everywhere.
With the growing concern of concussions in youth football, the goal of this Non-Contact Football Camp is to provide football skills camps across the country that not only protect and educate our youth but also provide the highest quality football instruction possible.
2019 CAMP DATES
- July 15-18 (Monday-Thursday)
Check-in time will be 8:45 a.m on Monday.
Check-out time will be 3:00 p.m on Thursday.
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE FEE?
- Professional daily football instruction
- Camp T-shirt & Prizes: All campers receive a Contact football t-shirt and prizes
INSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT & FACILITY
- Low camper to coach ratio
- Players Grouped by: age and ability
- Equipment Needed: Football shoes (NO metal-tip cleats), tennis shoes, athletic shorts, and a t-shirt. This camp is NON-CONTACT
- Helmet not required
- Facility: Outdoor Fields
- Medical Protocol: Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital.
Contact football Camps does not provide transportation from airports, train stations or bus depots. If you have a child flying to camp, please arrange a shuttle or taxi service.
Early drop-off is available for campers from 7 a.m - 9 a.m at an additional fee of $30.
Late pick-up is available for campers from 3 p.m - 6 p.m at an additional fee of $45.
Lunch can be purchased at registration for $26 per week. Lunch options may include: pizza, hamburgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese sandwiches, chicken nuggets, and/or chicken sandwiches. All meals come with your choice of chips/fruit cup/veggie cup/yogurt and milk/juice/soda. There is a set menu of lunch items each day; campers will fill out a lunch form each morning. If you do not purchase lunch, please bring a packed lunch.
A detailed camper registration packet containing check-in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers prior to camp. Our health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00 a.m. Warm up
- 9:15 a.m. Group split up Offense and Defense
- 10:45 a.m. Switch Offense and Defense
- 12:00 p.m. Lunch/Free Time
- 1:00 p.m. 2 minute drill, Hurry up offense/Defense
- 2:00 p.m. 7 on 7
- 3:00 p.m. End of Day