This years Super Bowl between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will be played Sunday, February 2. We just wanted to wish good luck to our friends and alumni involved in the “big game”. Quite a bit of local flavor in this years Super Bowl!
Darren Mougey- Personnel/Scouting Assistant
Darren is a long time friend of ours, back to the days when he was at Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, through San Diego State, through his brief playing career in the NFL to now, in his second year with the Broncos and going to the Super Bowl. Darren is going to go far in the NFL!
Clancy Barone- Tight Ends Coach
Clancy was one of Ethan “EB” Banning’s college coach at Eastern Illinois University and remains a trusted confidant.
#86 Zach Miller- Tight End
Zach is a graduate of Desert Vista High School and ASU who did his draft prep training with us 7 years ago. Zach has had a great NFL career thus far and is a great guy. Zach’s brother Brent played at ASU and did his Draft Prep training with us as well. Brent had a brief career with the Cardinals and is presently coaching over at Desert Vista.
#83 Ricardo Lockette-Wide Receiver
Ricardo did his Draft Prep training with EB two years ago. He’s benefitted from EB’s tutelage and is continuing to improve as an NFL player.
Darrell Bevell- Offensive Coordinator
Darrell is the oldest of the Bevell clan, which includes dad Jim (former coach at Chaparral and Arcadia High Schools), brother Jimmy (presently coaching at Langston University in Oklahoma), brother Adam (local Valley businessman we featured a couple years ago when he played with U2 in Concert despite having lost his eyesight) and a numerous other relatives we’ve had the pleasure of working with. Darrell played at Chaparral High School before ending up at the University of Wisconsin, and has quickly climbed the NFL coaching ladder. We know the whole Bevell clan is proud of Darrell.
Sam Ramsden, ATC, Director of Player Development
Sam is an old friend of ours who used to come out to Phoenix to “talk shop” when he first got to Seattle. We still talk with Sam frequently and consider him a great resource to bounce ideas off of. Sam is responsible for keeping players healthy and overseeing medical care. He is on the “cutting edge” of rehab and performance protocols.
Aaron Hineline- Scout
Aaron is the son-in-law of our old pal Dwight Daub, who is currently the Director of Athletic Performance for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Great young guy moving up the ladder.
Stay tuned next week, we’re gonna have a panel of our ‘football insiders” give you their Super Bowl picks!