Craig Austin has mentored or coached over 100 Division 1 athletes at every position on the football field. The former College Head Coach is considered by many to have extraordinary organization skills as well as a wealth of knowledge of the game of football.
Coach Austin has coached some of the premier Southern California Football players in the world. Steve Smith (Carolina Panthers), Chad Ochocinco (Cincinnati Bengals), BJ Vickers (West Texas A&M), Ryan Henry (Hawaii), Eddy Newton (Baylor), have all been coached by Coach Austin throughout their careers.
Coach Austin is also considered to be one of the premiere Quarterback Coaches in Southern California. He had the pleasure of working alongside Steve Clarkson for 4 years. Clarkson is a legend in the private coaching arena. With Clarkson's collaboration Austin also coached, Jimmy Clauson, (Notre Dame), Matt Barkley, (USC), David Koral (UCLA), Dylen Smith, (University of Kansas), Josh Moten (Colarado), Tate Forcier (Michigan).
One of Coach Austin's essential attributes is his ability to place athletes in universities throughout the nation. He is nationally known by hundreds of coaches across the nation.
The All Pro Football Academy curriculum was designed by Raider Head Football Coach Hue Jackson, who is considered by most football experts as a brilliant offensive coach in the National Football League. The curriculum provides QB's, WR's, RB's & TE's with the most up to date NFL style training techniques and drills. According to those athletes who have attended this camps training, ALL PRO FOOTBALL ACADEMY is the top program in the nation.
Hue Jackson, who is in his second year as quarterbacks coach for the Ravens, made an immediate impact in Baltimore, guiding rookie QB Joe Flacco in 2008. Flacco became the first rookie QB to win two playoff games and also won the Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Year Award via an NFL.com fan vote. The versatile Jackson has built an impressive resume over the course of his 24-year coaching career. He served as offensive coordinator for two NFL teams (Atlanta - 2007 and Washington - 2003) and two NCAA teams (USC - 1997-2000 and California - 1996). Under Hue's tenure in Cincinnati (2004-06), Chad Ochocinco and T.J. Houshmandzadeh became one of the most prolific wide-receiving tandems in Bengals and NFL history.
2008: (with Baltimore) Joined head coach John Harbaugh's staff as quarterbacks coach and guided first-round draft pick QB Joe Flacco to a standout rookie year...Flacco led the Ravens to the AFC Championship game, becoming the first rookie in NFL history to win two playoff games...He won the Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Year Award (NFL.com fan vote), finishing 257-of-428 for 2,971 yards and 14 TDs...Flacco also ran for two TDs and caught a 43-yard pass from fellow QB Troy Smith...The versatile Smith contributed a 14-yard TD pass and lined up under center, at WR and at RB in special packages.
2007: (with Atlanta) Spent one season as the Falcons offensive coordinator amidst unusual adversity. Starting QB Michael Vick was lost for the season and head coach Bobby Petrino resigned in mid-December to rejoin the college ranks.
Photos of Quarterbacks who have studied under the tutelage of Coach Hue Jackson.
2005: In his second year, the Ochocinco-Houshmandzadeh tandem combined to total 175 receptions for 2,388 yards, while helping team secure the AFC North title and a playoff berth for the first time in a decade. The duo scored 27 of the teams 48 TDs, helping the Bengals finish fourth in the NFL in scoring (26.3 ppg).
2004: Hired by head coach Marvin Lewis (together at Redskins in 2002) and provided immediate leadership for the young receivers.
Greg Wyatt just completed his first season as the Head Coach at Durango High School in Durango, Colorado. Moving from Phoenix, Az to take over a program that had been 0-10 the previous year, Wyatt led the Demons to an 8-3 record and an appearance in the 4A State Playoffs. A strong proponent of the power of teamwork and discipline, Wyatt sees his role as more than just a coach but that of educator and mentor. He has a stated goal for his staff to help the boys on the team become responsible young men in the classroom, at home and in the community in which they live. He firmly believes that success off the field goes hand in hand with success on the field.
Wyatt has more than 15 years as a Coach, Division I Athletics Administrator and College Football Broadcaster. A former college All-American quarterback at Northern Arizona University, Wyatt passed for nearly 11,000 yards and 70 touchdowns. Mentored by current Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Brad Childress, Wyatt has gone on to work with quarterbacks at all levels from youth to professional including former NFL QB Travis Brown of the Indianapolis Colts.