Daxx Garman joins the DeBartolo Sports coaching staff to offer quarterback skills instruction.
Having trained with Coach Joe Dickinson and been part of the DeBartolo “QB Club” since 2008, Garman’s role has evolved from mentee to mentor.
Garman was one of the nation’s top pro-style quarterback recruits in the class of 2011 and signed a letter of intent to play for the University of Arizona. After a season at Arizona, a new head coach (Rich Rodriguez), a change in offensive philosophy, and an opportunity to be closer to family, Garman transferred to Oklahoma State University for the 2012 season. As a redshirt freshman at OSU, Garman quarterbacked the scout team while sitting out his transfer year per NCAA regulations. During the 2013 season, Garman served as backup quarterback to senior Clint Chelf and JW Walsh.
As a junior during the 2014 season, Garman saw action in 9 games, starting 8. He won his first 4 starts and helped lead the team to a postseason bowl. He was named Big 12 offensive player of the week for his performance against Texas Tech, throwing for 370 yards and 4 TDs and rushing for another. His season was cut short due to a concussion and finished the year with 2,041 yards passing and 12 TDs.
Garman graduated from Oklahoma State in the spring of 2015 and transferred to the University of Maryland to play his final year of college football. He appeared in 2 games before having season ending shoulder surgery.
Coach Garman currently splits his time between Southlake, TX and Oklahoma City, OK developing quarterbacks of all ages and abilities in private and small group settings.
You can read more about Coach Garman here: Daxx Garman's perseverance paying off
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