The original #TheStable member, CJ, began his training with Coach John Kaleo and other top QB trainers in the country while he was in youth league. CJ had a remarkable career at Alonso High School in Tampa, where he threw for 60 touchdowns, accumulated over 6,000 yards, and played a pivotal role in the school's only playoff victory to date.
In 2009, CJ was honored with the Guy Toph Award, an annual accolade presented to Tampa Bay's finest player. His exceptional skills earned him a Division 1 scholarship to the University of South Alabama, and in his freshman year, he not only started but also led his team to an undefeated season. CJ continued his playing career at Murray State under the guidance of Chris Hatcher, one of the originators of the Air Raid offense.
Subsequently, Coach CJ transitioned into the role of a Division 1 coach, working at institutions such as FAU, Maryland, and Samford. In his four years at the Division 1 level, he coached safeties, wide receivers, running backs, and quarterbacks while also recruiting talent from Tampa and South Florida. During his tenure at Samford, Coach CJ had the privilege of working with Devlin "Duck" Hodges, the Walter Payton Award winner as the best player in FCS.
Coach CJ has returned to #TheStable, coming full circle to pass on the knowledge he gained during his playing and college coaching days.
Coach Chip has been training quarterbacks for over 35 years. He has coached at numerous high schools in New York and Tampa. Coach Chip has also coached at QB camps around the country and has received invitations to coach quarterbacks on college campuses. In addition, he participates in local camps and combines. Aside from his training duties, Coach Chip manages the recruiting process for our athletes. He maintains contact with numerous college coaches across all levels of football and is frequently consulted by Power 5 programs for his opinion on quarterbacks from around the country. Coach Chip has collaborated with some of the top QB trainers in the country, including John Kaleo, Darin Slack, Will Hewlett, and Dub Maddox. He shares training techniques with them and often assists with recruiting through his contacts.