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Hampton Rd/Virginia Beach

Start: Friday, Mar 3, 2017
End: Sunday, Mar 5, 2017
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Site: Double Tree-Hilton Norfolk/VA Beach

Clinic Directors

Jared Van Acker

43522 Jubilee St.
Chantilly, VA 20152



Double Tree
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Norfolk Airport
1500 North Military Highway
Norfolk, Virginia

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Group Code: NCY 
Check-in: 03-MAR-2017 
Check-out: 05-MAR-2017




  The "Clinic of Champions" will have outstanding High School presentations by State Champions from the States of VA, MD, DC, NC, SC, TX, OH and WV!  The clinic will also have presentations from Nationally Recognized NIKE ELITE High School football programs from across the United States!




E-Mail/Call Clinic Director- Jared Van Acker for more details! 272-7330  


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*Must be done by Advanced Registration (by Mar. 1st) to gain discounts

1 - 6 Coaches -$ 80.00 Per Coach

7 - 10 Pre-Registered Coaches From Same Staff:

$550 Flat Fee

11 to 15 Registered Coaches From Same Staff:

$600 Flat Fee

Walk-In Registration-$100.00 Per Coach



*Must be done by Advanced Registration (by Mar. 1st) to gain discounts

1 to 10 Registered Coaches From Same Organization: $70 per coach

11 to 15 Registered Coaches From Same Organization: $65 per coach

16 to 30 Registered Coaches From Same Organization: $60 per coach

31 to 50 Registered Coaches From Same Organization: $50 per coach

More than 50+ Coaches From Same Organization: $40 per coach


2017 Registration Form

2017 COY Combo PC_0912b.pdf

2017 NIKE SCHEDULE.doc- Preliminary Clinic Schedule- Subject to Change



Hargrave Military Academy  2007 – 2009  

DL Coach/Strength Conditioning Coordinator

  • 2 First Rounds Draft Picks

o   Quinton Coples

o   Muhamad Wilkerson

  • Fourth Round Draft Picks

o   Khyri Thornton

  • 20 Division 1 Student Athletes in 2 Years

Lackawanna College 2009 – Present

  • 3 Bowl Appearances
  • 2 Conference Titles
  • 3 Defensive All Americans
  • 20 All Conference
  • 2 League Defensive MVPs
  • 6 Athletes  CFL/NFL rosters or camps


Coach Mills just completed his 27th year of coaching, serving as head coach for 18 of those years with an overall record of 139 wins and 69 losses.  As head coach, Coach Mills has taken two down trodden programs Rockbridge County (1 winning season in school history before his arrival) and Dinwiddie (5-35 record before his arrival) and turned both into championship programs.  Coach Mills has been in the playoffs 13 out of his 18 years as a head coach including the last 10 years.  His teams have won the district 6 times, region 4 times, state runner twice, and in 2013 won the VHSL division 4A state championship finishing 16th nationally.  Over his career he has coached 52 all state players and 10 All Americans.  Coach Mills has been named district/conference coach of the year 7 times, regional coach of the year 4 times, and state coach of the year in 2013.  In 2014 Coach Mills was named NFHS Virginia Coach of the year.  He has been a clinic speaker at several coaching clinics over his career speaking on his Dinwiddie offenses that have averaged 400 plus yards and 40 points per game over a 10 year period including the Nike Coach of the Year Clinic (4 times); 1st Team Sports Clinic (3 times); Big East Clinic (1 time); Tony Franklin Seminar (1 time); OBX coaching clinic (2 times); as well as several college and local clinics.  


Coaching Experience

 Head Football Coach Reidsville HS, Reidsville NC

Head Football Coach George Washington HS Danville VA

Offensive Coordinator Greensboro College, Greensboro NC

Head Football Coach Garinger High School, Charlotte NC

Head Football Coach Eastern Alamance High School, Mebane NC

Career Totals 1985-2016, 298 wins, 106 losses

 6 NC State Championship game appearances 

5 NC State Championships


Curt Newsome enters his third year as the Head Football Coach at Emory & Henry College. A 1982 graduate of E&H, Newsome returned to his alma mater in January of 2014 with 15 years of NCAA Division I coaching experience to become the program's 20th head coach.

Last year, Emory & Henry posted a 6-4 record with a 4-3 mark against ODAC foes. The Wasps picked up a signature non-conference win against NCAA Division I FCS East Tennessee State, 27-24, in September. For a second season, a dozen Wasps were tabbed as all-league with Tre'von Lightfoot and Skyler Simcox earning All-South Region honors.

In his first season at E&H, Newsome led the Wasps to an 8-2 record and a four-way tie for first place in the ODAC at 5-2. For his efforts, Newsome was selected as ODAC Coach of the Year and saw 12 of his players named to the All-ODAC Teams. Leading the way was freshman quarterback Kevin Saxton, who earned ODAC Rookie of the Year honors.

Newsome most recently served as the Assistant Head Coach and Offensive Line Coach at James Madison University for the 2013 season. He held the same title for the final three years of his first run with JMU (1999-05). Before becoming Assistant Head Coach, Newsome was a defensive line coach for three seasons and also worked with the tackles and tight ends for a year. The Dukes reached the NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs on two occasions, winning a National Championship in 2004 and claiming a pair of Atlantic-10 Conference titles (1999, 2004).

Between his stints in Harrisonburg, Newsome was the Offensive Line Coach at Virginia Tech for seven years, helping to lead the Hokies to a trio of Atlantic Coast Conference Championships (2007, 2008, 2010), seven bowl games and a victory in the 2009 Orange Bowl. VT also won the 2012 Russell Athletic Bowl and the 2009 Chick-fil-A Bowl with Newsome on Frank Beamer's staff.

Newsome's offensive line helped to produce four 1,000-yard rushers and Blake DeChristopher was selected as the ACC's Jacobs Blocking Trophy Winner in 2011, the award given annually to the best lineman in the league.

Prior to joining the college ranks, Newsome was an accomplished high school coach for 16 years. He collected five district coach-of-the-year honors, was the Eastern Region Coach of the Year on three occasions and was selected as the AP and VHSL Virginia State Coach of the Year in 1998. Newsome coached for 11 years at Kecoughtan High School in Hampton before concluding his time in the prep ranks at Heritage High School in Newport News.

Newsome got his start in coaching the fall after graduating from Emory & Henry at recently-closed Ervinton High School, where he was the Lonesome Pine District Coach of the Year in 1984. A native of Hampton, Va., Newsome holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education from E&H, which he earned in 1982.

Newsome and his wife, Melinda, have two grown children, a son, Curtis, and a daughter, Elizabeth. The couple now resides in Abingdon.


Coach Herron has been coaching some level of high school football for 30 years.  On the varsity level a majority of the time was spent coaching linebackers and coordinating defenses at Clover High School and South Pointe High School.  During his DC career at South Pointe he was blessed to coach three NFL draft picks: Stephon Gilmore, Devonta Holloman, and Jadeveon Clowney.  Coach Herron became the head coach of South Pointe in 2011. His teams have played in the semi-finals of the playoffs all six years of his head coaching career, winning four times.  All four semi-final wins were followed by state championship victories in 2011, 2014, 2015, and 2016. He has amassed a total head coaching record of 77 wins and 11 losses.


            Tommy Reamon is the Author of the book entitled “Rough Diamonds, A Coach’s Journey”.  He enters his 29th year as a Head Football Coach in the very talented rich football area of Hampton Roads, VA.  As his coaching journey continues, he has, and still is discovering incredible student athletes in the public schools of the Tidewater Communities.  He is the current head coach at Landstown High School in Virginia Beach, VA.  His career teams record is 164 -wins, and 122 losses.  Coach Reamon’s passion to win, is deeper than the scoreboards. 

A plan of action implemented in the developing of each player relationship and to help assist 312 recorded “Rough Diamonds”. That’s winning in the life of these students (football players).  They have earned and been awarded football scholarships, and or financial packages while participating in the game of football. 

These “Rough Diamonds” past and present, are represented at every college football  level program throughout the country.  His teams have produced 13 NFL players including B.W. Webb, Antonio Banks, Kwamie Lassiter, Aaron Brooks, and Michael Vick. 

Over the past 17 years, his Diamond Cluster has also produced 7 former players or coach assistants to become a Head Football Coach in high school programs throughout the country.  Like every other coach, he has invested a lot of time, energy, and hope into each “Rough Diamond”.  As his coach’s journey continues, he is always on the lookout for more “Rough Diamonds”.






Ulrick Edmonds is from Blackstone, Virginia and a 1997 graduate of Nottoway High School in Nottoway, Virginia, after graduating he attended James Madison University as a scholarship football player, as a linebacker and defensive lineman, he lettered four years and earned all-conference honors two of his four years.  While at James Madison University he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and minor in Criminal Justice, after graduating in 2001 he began his collegiate coaching career working with the defensive line in 2001 at James Madison University.  At the conclusion of the 2001 season he began graduate school at James Madison University and earned a Master’s degree in Psychology by completing the College Student Personnel Administration program in 2004.  Upon graduating he resumed his coaching career at James Madison University as the Running Backs coach and Assistant Recruiting Coordinator from 2004 – 2006.  At the conclusion of the 2006 season he was named Recruiting Coordinator and in the spring of 2012 he began coaching the tight ends and held that position until his departure from James Madison in 2013. In December of 2013 he was hired to coach the linebackers at Old Dominion University in their inaugural Conference USA season.  In August of 2014 North Carolina State University hired him as the Director of Quality Control for Offense.  In February of 2016 he was hired to coach the outside linebackers at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  He is married to Lindsay Smith Edmonds and they have one child Nylah Gray Edmonds who is two years old and they are expecting their second child in May of 2017.  The Edmonds family currently resides in Hillsborough, North Carolina.    


  • Pass Game Coordinator (2013-Present)
  • Play Caller for Offense (2013-Present)
  • Coached Wide Receivers and Quarterbacks (2013-Present)
  • Achieved a 30-8 record the past three years.
  • Led an offense that averaged more than 6,500 yards of offense and more than 40 points per game in 2016.


Ron Whitcomb has been with the Old Dominion football program sine its inception and recently worked his 10th season with the Monarchs.  This past fall (2016) the Monarchs finished the season 10-3 (7-1, C-USA), being one of 26 teams in the country (FBS) with 10 wins and finishing the season with ODU’s first ever Bowl appearance with a 24-21 win in the Popeye’s Bahama’s Bowl.  In the eight seasons that Old Dominion has competed on the field, Whitcomb has produced three nationally ranked Quarterbacks while Old Dominion as a program has produced a 67-30 record on the field, selling out every home game (54 consecutive contests).  Whitcomb guided current Minnesota Viking’s quarterback Taylor Heinicke to to one of the best statistical careers of any Division I quarterback ever.   In 2012: the Monarchs led the FCS in scoring offense with 45.15 points per game, passing offense at 393.85 and total offense with 548.23 yards per game. Heinicke won the Walter Payton Award given to the Best Player in the FCS, becoming just the second sophomore ever to receive this honor.  Whitcomb, who works with a number of current NFL & CFL Quarterbacks in the offseason, runs the largest collegiate Quarterback Camp in the nation, which had over 600 attendees in the summer of 2016


Ken Browning is considered as one of the top football coaches in North Carolina at both the high school and collegiate level. He forged an outstanding record as a head coach from 1970 to 1975 at Ledford High School and then from 1976 through 1993 at Northern High School in Durham, including 10 straight league crowns at Northern. He compiled a 214-54-6 mark as a head coach. His Knight teams went 43-2 during his last three years and earned the NCHSAA state 4-A crown in 1993.  A number of his former players and assistant coaches went on to be high school head coaches. Browning was head coach of the North Carolina Shrine Bowl team in 1993, was named AP Coach of the Year in 1992 and 1993, and is a member of the Northern Hall of Fame, Guilford College Sports Hall of Fame and the NCHSAA Hall of Fame. He became only the third coach to win both the state title and Shrine Bowl in the same year. In 2011, Browning received the Outstanding Contribution to Amateur Football Award by the National Football Foundation and the College Football Hall of Fame. He was also named to's all-star ACC coaching staff.The longest tenured football coach in University of North Carolina history, Ken Browning spent 18 seasons with the Tar Heels. Browning coached on the offensive and defensive side of the ball at UNC. In 18 seasons in Chapel Hill, Browning  developed a number of outstanding players, including first-round NFL draft picks Vonnie Holliday (DT), Marcus Jones (DT/DE) and Ryan Sims (DT) and second-round picks Rick Terry (DT) and Russell Davis (DT). He also recruited and coached 2008 first-round NFL draft pick Kentwan Balmer


Head Coach and EISD Athletic Director

Coach Todd Dodge is in his third year as Westlake High School’s Head Football Coach and Eanes ISD Athletic Director.  This is his 30th year in coaching.  Dodge is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School in Port Arthur, Texas where he played quarterback and established state records for most passing yards in a season, career completions, and completions in a season. He also became the first quarterback in Texas high school football history to pass for more than 3000 yards in a season (3,135 yards).  Dodge attended the University of Texas at Austin and played quarterback for the Longhorns. He ranks fifteenth on the UT all-time passing list with 2,791 yards and stands thirteenth in touchdown passes with 18 scores.  He passed for 365 yards in a single game and threw a 96 yard touchdown pass during his tenure.  After graduation, Dodge pursued a coaching career at the high school level.  During his early coaching years he implemented the spread offense and then came up with a hybrid between the University of Houston’s Run and Shoot offense, the University of Miami’s three-and five-step drop, and the zone running game. He spent seven seasons at Southlake Carroll, where he earned a 98-11 record overall; from 2002-2006 the Dragons had a record of 79-1. During Dodge’s tenure, the team began a winning streak in 2004 that lasted until 2007 and tied Abilene High School’s record from the 1950’s.  Southlake Schutt Sports named Dodge “National Coach of the Year” in 2004.  USA Today gave him the title in 2005 and again in 2015.  In 2007, Dodge became the head coach at North Texas University.  In 2011, Pittsburgh hired Dodge as their quarterbacks coach.  In 2012, Dodge returned to high school coaching at Marble Falls, where he was the head football coach for two seasons before accepting the job at Westlake High School.  Todd Dodge is married to Elizabeth Neptune, daughter of Ebbie Neptune, longtime athletic director and football coach at Westlake High School.  They have a son, Riley, a daughter, Molly, a daughter-in-law, Alexis, a son-in-law, Weston, and a grandson, Tate Riley Dodge.

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Late Registration starts on or after Mar 2, 2017.

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