Keystone Sports Training acts as a local source for everything you need regarding athlete development. We offer speed, agility, and strength training along with sport specific programs to develop athlete skills. We work with athletes as young as 5 yrs old up to NCAA champions.
I will be the first person to admit that as an athlete I was spoiled with THE BEST coaching experiences someone can possibly have. I tell people with no hesitation and always clarify that it is those coaches that I owe all the credit to…
With that being said, I have made it my mission in life to help young people use athletics as a way to create opportunities in life that they never thought possible. While no individual athlete’s path or goals are identical to the next, the core values and work ethic to achieve success are often very similar.
Lehigh University – As a two year starter at wide receiver I was able to contribute to one of the most effective passing attacks in the FCS for both my Jr and Sr seasons. During those two seasons I finished second in nearly all team receiving categories thanks to Adam Bergen and Gerran Walker. Under offensive coordinators Dave Cecchini and Chris Rorke I received the foundation for many pass game concepts and philosophies that I still use today. Other notable coaches from my Lehigh experience: Pete Lembo (HC) , Tom Gilmore (Recruited Me) , Adam Scheier (WR Coach) , and Kevin Magourke (WR Coach).
North Penn High School (PA) – From 2000-2001 I was fortunate to play both RB and WR at one of the largest high schools in the state of Pennsylvania. Not only was I lucky enough to play with many other great players but we also had a pretty good coaching staff as well: Mike Pettine Jr (and Sr for one year), Dick Beck, Jay Jones, and Bob Rosenberger just to name a few. The level of accountability and attention to detail instilled in us is something I strive to replicate everyday with my own coaching tactics. Undoubtedly it was this group of coaches that helped me acquire 24 TDs, 1,700 Rush Yards, and 800 Receiving Yards over a span of two seasons.
I should also mention that I ran track at North Penn under Jay Jones for three years as well. As a sprinter under Jay I was able to not only get faster through training but really start to absorb the key points to technique and proper form in running. During my time on the North Penn track team we set several different meet and track records, never lost a dual meet, set and held the 4×100 school record for 7 years, 4×100 team ran the fastest time in the state our senior season, and we won the team state championship in 2002.
North Penn (Pass Game / WRs / QBs) Current
Keystone Elite 7v7 (Head Coach) Current
Hatboro Horsham High School (Pass Game Coordinator / WRs/ QBs) 2012-2015 In the three years I spent at Hatboro Horsham I was fortunate enough to have helped develop the schools all time pass yards leader who also held every other school passing record. Not to mention, I was also very fortunate to have coached the schools all time WR record holder.
PA Swag 2015 – (WR / QB Assistant) The “7v7 movement” for football is here in full force. I don’t know if I just haven’t been paying attention or if it just wasn’t that big yet in PA but 7v7 tournaments and travel teams are everywhere now. The team I coach consists of ages 15,16,17, and 18 year olds from the eastern part of Pennsylvania.
NP Flag 2015- (14u Head Coach) As the coach of a 14u travel flag football team I am able to teach kids concepts that aren’t usually covered in middle school or youth football. To me this is very refreshing and I think the kids really appreciate learning new things. These young kids tend to stay captivated by every new drill or technique.