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Some Comments Regarding Selecting a Private QB Coach:
* Many kids and parents think only good QB coaches are those who have "produced" big-time QBs. This is not true. There are many quality coaches who don't care about who they coach.
* That said, if you are wondering, I have coached several QBs who have or who are playing in Power Five conferences. Devin Gardner (Michigan), Braxton Miller (Ohio State), Cyler Miles (Washington), Mike Wegzyn (Tennessee), Shane Morris (Michigan) Joe Boisture (Michigan State), Tyler Wiegers (Iowa) Gio Riscigni (Rutgers) are a few. To be honest, most of these QBs would have gotten to that level with or without me. There are many kids who went to Division II, IIII or NAIA schools who benefitted more from my abilities as a coach.
* Many kids and parents believe that training with other elite QBs will push them to improve. This is true depending upon the personality of the athlete. Some athletes improve from competition in training, while others improve by working in isolation, while some others may need to be the "top dog" in the group. In some cases, athletes may focus on competing and will shy away from working on their weaknesses. Too much competiton can be harmful to development.
If you are interested in working with Ryan Hockman, please contact 206-226-8020 for detailed information.
Working with Ryan is unlike working with most private QB coaches. He does not simply give a few lessons. At the beginning of each off-season, Coach Hockman selects indivduals who are interested in committing to an off-season partnership. Then, he helps that QB set immediate and future goals. Finally, he works with the client to reach his goals, and prepare for the upcoming season and beyond.
Coach Hockman is NOT looking for the most talented clients, but the ones who are the most dedicated to learning how to play the position.