Developing A Championship Quarterback
© June, 2003
by John Bond Quarterbacks Coach, United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.
DURING MY ENTIRE coaching career, I’ve never been at a place where we had our pick of a “blue-chip” or top-rated quarterback. No matter where you coach, there are daily processes you must put your QB through to bring him to a point where he can help your team compete effectively in every game. From pee-wee football to the pros, you must have a solid QB to have a chance to win a championship.
Developing a QB starts during the evaluation process. There are two “musts” that we look for when trying to find our signal-calling difference maker.
- Toughness. Toughness is an often overlooked characteristic by coaches who are searching for their QB. But it’s perhaps the most importan ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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