Date set for 2015 Los Angelese Elite Quarterback and Wide Receiver Training Academy

DeBartolo Sports returns to Los Angeles and teams up with Z-Athletics for the 2015 Los Angeles ELITE Quarterback and Wide Receiver Training Academy.

The program is modeled after NFL and college mini-camps and features elite skills instruction led by DeBartolo Sports Quarterback Coach and former University of Oklahoma Offensive Coordinator, Joe Dickinson.

Athletes will spend time in the classroom and on the field working to improving their fundamentals and learning how to watch and breakdown NFL film.  Additionally every athlete is filmed during skills sessions for the purposes of review and analysis with coaches during daily meetings.   

Each athlete will receive a Nike apparel package in addition to lunch each day and film of themselves from skills sessions (shared via HUDL).

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2015 Los Angeles Elite Quarterback and Wide Receiver Training Academy

Who:  Athletes in grades 5-12 seeking an ELITE program exclusively for quarterbacks and wide receivers

What:  An elite training program offering athletes the opportunity to enhance their skills and train with top athletes from across the country

Saturday, March 7 - Sunday March 8, 2015

Glendale Community College
1500 N Verdugo Road
Glendale, CA 91208

Quarterbacks:  $495
Wide Receivers: $225

*Space is limited to 20 quarterbacks and 20 wide receivers

Coach Joe Dickinson leads high school and youth quarterbacks from across the Nation in a week-long Elite training experience modeled after NFL and college camps. Special guests include legendary San Francisco 49er wide receiver and 2x Super Bowl Champion Dwight Clark and Cincinnati Bengals assistant and former Ohio State quarterback coach Nic Siciliano. At the end of the week, quarterbacks team-up for a Florida vs the Nation Quarterback Challenge.