Playmakers QB & WR Academy

PROGRAM DETAILS

Where

When

Cost

New Location for 2018

Howard County EATS location

15870 Frederick Road
Woodbine, MD

Sundays

7 Weeks

Time (tentative) 9:00AM – 10:45AM

Register now for our primary session:

Sunday, February 17th – Sunday, March  31st
(7 weeks)

Full Camp Registration

$300.00 – Early Bird Special
$350 after January 15th

1 hour 45 minutes skill + video analysis + chalk talks + speed + agility training session

Questions?
Contact Coach Belkin at
(301) 525-5205

Playmakers Academy & Elite Athlete Training Services (E.A.T.S.) presents the QB & WR Academy. Participants are developed by professional sports performance coaches to prepare for the athletic demands of the Quarterback and Wide Receiver position while also being instructed by professional positions coaches on the fundamentals, techniques, and skills, necessary to succeed at these positions.

  • Stance
  • Release
  • Route Running
  • Receiving
  • Blocking
  • Throwing Mechanics
  • Footwork
  • Ball Handling
  • Reading Defenses
  • Field Leadership
  • Dynamic Mobility
  • Footwork
  • Explosiveness
  • Speed & Agility
  • Injury Prevention

About the Coach!

Coach Paul Belkin has been coaching high school football for 20 years in the DMV.  He started Playmakers Football Academy in 2015 to help young quarterbacks and wide receivers develop their skills and enhance their playmaking capabilities.  He is entering his fifth year as the QB coach and passing game coordinator for Quince Orchard (QO) High School.  Most recently, Coach Belkin had the opportunity to coach and mentor Kendell “Doc” Bonner who was a three-year starter at QO and was Montgomery County Player of the Year and 1st team All-Met in the Washington Post in 2017.  Doc is currently playing football for the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado.  Coach Belkin began his coaching career in 1999 at Robert E. Lee high school in Fairfax, VA. He served as wide receivers coach and running coach from 1999-2001.  Belkin was named offensive coordinator at Falls Church high school in 2002.  He served in that role until 2006. Belkin moved on to become offensive coordinator at Northwest High School in Germantown, MD during the 2007 season. Belkin then returned to Falls Church High School as offensive coordinator from 2008-2009.  Belkin served as offensive coordinator at Thomas Edison in Fairfax, VA from 2010-2012.  While at Edison, Belkin’s offenses averaged over 30 PPG in 2011 and 2012. Coach Belkin is a graduate of Georgetown University where he was a starting wide receiver from 1991-1993. Belkin lives in Gaithersburg with his wife Melissa and two daughters, Michaela and Josie.

To ensure quality of Instruction and the development of each athlete this camp is limited to 20 participants. To reserve your spot today!

Or contact us at Info@EliteAthleteTraining.com

240-498-9647 / www.EliteAthleteTraining.com/contact-us

Have your sound on and listen to these coaching guide videos:

Video Guide 1

Video Guide 2