Bob Ligashesky, Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach, Super Bowl XLIII Champions
"Ray Guy and (director) Rick Sang provide crucial information for the special teams player, no matter what skill level. They have developed numerous specialists at every level of the game including high school, college and the NFL. Not only do they teach the technical skills - they teach the much-needed mental skills that will give every athlete a competitive advantage."
Bob Ligashesky, Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach, Super Bowl XLIII Champions

Professional and Experienced Staff
Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Otto works with athletes at a camp's long-snapping staff is second to none camps provide the most comprehensive approach and the highest level of instruction while giving each athlete the personal attention they need to succeed. With a track record of college and NFL alumni and staff, offers professional experience and instructors who have succeeded at the highest levels.

Some of our alumni/staff

    Oakland Raiders (1960-1974)
    From 1960 to 1974, Otto was a fixture at center for the Oakland Raiders, never having missing a game because of injury (308 consecutive games, including preseason and postseason). He was a three-time Pro Bowl selection (1970-1972) and 10-time All-AFL selection (1960-1969). He was a first-ballot Pro Football Hall of Fame selection in 1980.
    Kansas City Chiefs (1993), Green Bay Packers (1995), New England Patriots (1996-1999), Philadelphia Eagles (2000-2006)
    Pro Bowl selection (2005)
    Cleveland Browns (1999-2000), N.Y. Jets (2001-2009)
    Houston Texans (2003-2008, 2009), Atlanta Falcons (2009)
    Indianapolis Colts (2000-present)
    Super Bowl champion (XLI)
  • KENDALL GAMMON – Consultant
    Pittsburgh Steelers (1992-1995), New Orleans Saints (1996-1999), K.C. Chiefs (2000-2006)
    Pro Bowl selection (2004)
    San Diego Chargers (2012, first year in NFL)
Mike Bartrum Justin Snow Ben Fuller