FOR ONE OF OUR 2014 TRAINING PROGRAMS!
Private One on One Training
(Grades 4 - 12)
Available Year Round
For both the beginning and experienced quarterback. Learn from a successful quarterback coach whose goal is to teach fundamental throwing and footwork mechanics, and to provide a plan for continual improvement.More Details
Off-Season Mini Camps
(Grades 6 - 12)
February - April
Two hour group training with a 14 to 1 player coach ratio that runs from February through April, that includes an hour of footwork and agility and an hour of fundamental throwing.Michigan Ohio
Pre-Season Two Day Training Camps
June and July
These Two Day Camps serve as preseason training to help prepare each quarterback for the start of fall practice.Michigan Ohio Texas
Upcoming Programs in Spring of 2014!
All-STATE 7 on 7 Passing League
The All-State Quarterback School is pleased to announce the 2014 7 on 7 Passing League in southeast Michigan.
Advanced Developmental Quarterback Training ( ADQT) and Advanced Developmental Receiver Training (ADRT)
Small Group training (4-1 player coach ratio) with a member of the ASQBS Staff, 75 minutes of high intensity training sessions.
Our Next QB & Receiver training will begin in April. Info on Advanced Developmental QB & Receiver Training and 7 on 7 League coming.
Attend the 2014 All-State Quarterback School and experience one of the most comprehensive training programs available to quarterbacks today!
Terry Copacia has been instrumental in developing a long list of successful high school quarterbacks at both the high schools that he coached at as well as the hundreds of quarterbacks who have attended his camps and have gone on to play college football. He helped to develop one of the most successful passing attacks in the State of Michigan at Eisenhower High School (MI). Coach Copacia's quarterbacks have combined to throw for over 50,000 yards and 430 touchdowns during his last 26 seasons as a high school football coach.Learn More About Coach Copacia
How to Reach Your Potential as a Quarterback
The All-State Quarterback School has many opportunities to choose from!
After 34 years of Coaching quarterbacks, 21 years conducting camps, training quarterbacks privately, and instructing over 10,000 quarterbacks, I have concluded that to maximize a quarterback's potential, quarterbacks must continuously work on proper mechanics and fundamentals.
Great golfers hit golf balls year-round. Basketball players shoot year-round. Baseball players hit year-round. Quarterbacks should throw year-round!
Quarterbacks must also possess knowledge of the game and the nuances of different defenses. This has to be mastered during the off-season! Most important, quarterbacks must have someone who can work with them and help them develop.
Most successful quarterbacks have been trained by a coach in their respective program or they must have a mentor (someone outside their program) who can help them on a regular basis. Many quarterbacks do not put the necessary time and effort needed to succeed. The All-State Quarterback School has a complete line of services that will provide the necessary instruction and guidance for success! The All-State Quarterback School has programs that will appeal to all levels and age groups.Learn More
Featured in the Detroit Free Press
Lions QB Matthew Stafford's mechanics just need to be tweaked, experts say
OK, Detroit. Take a deep breath.
What you’re about to read may shock you, may disturb you, may force you to question everything you ever thought you knew about football, life, death and possibly the existence of a higher power.
But here it is: There is nothing wrong with the sidearm throwing motion of Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford.
Tom House is a former major league pitcher who has become one of the country’s foremost experts in throwing mechanics. He has worked with elite NFL quarterbacks such as Tom Brady and Drew Brees, and has no problem with Stafford’s sidearm mechanics.Read Full Article