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Start: Friday, Feb 17, 2017
End: Sunday, Feb 19, 2017
Location: Herndon, VA
Site: Westin Washington Dulles, Herndon, VA

Clinic Directors

Jared Van Acker

14397 Hulfish Way, 
Gainesville, VA 20155
(757) 272-7330 Mobile
(703) 542-5517 FAX



The Westin
Washington-Dulles Airport
2520 Wasser Terrace, Herndon, VA 20171
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Sheraton Herndon Dulles Airport
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Nike 2017 Coach Of The Year Clinic 

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




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*Must be done by Advanced Registration (by Feb, 16th) 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 Feb, 16th) 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


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2017 COY Combo PC_0912b.pdf


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

Nike Coach of the Year Conference- Mid Atlantic Region

Andy Prishack PT, ATL, ATC

Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer, Director of Athletic Training- Virginia

Select Physical Therapy

Andy Prishack has been a licensed physical therapist and athletic trainer for over 20 years with Select Physical Therapy.  In college, he was a student athletic trainer at the University of Pittsburgh and worked with their football team for two seasons and one season at Carnegie Mellon University.  He has worked for the Pittsburgh Steelers Football Club and currently provides services for George Mason University Club Football and the Chantilly Youth Association.  In the last 10 years, he has participated in over 500 hours of continuing education and most recently in 2016 attended UPMC ‘s Emerging Frontiers in Concussion, INOVA’s Sports Medicine Summit and Select Medical’s Philadelphia Sports Medicine Conference.  Outside of his role as the Director of Athletic Training, Andy has also served as a volunteer assistant football coach for the Chantilly Youth Association and provided athletic training coverage at youth football games for CYA.  He will be presenting on “The Value of a Sports Medicine Program in Youth Football” and the role of the athletic trainer in youth football.

Coach DaLawn Parrish- Dr. Henry Wise H.S, MD

Coach DaLawn Parrish completed his 11th season as the head football coach at Dr. Henry A. Wise High School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.  The Pumas of Wise compete in the state’s largest classification of football.  Coach Parrish’s overall record at Wise is 106-30.  In that time span Coach Parrish has captured 5 conference titles, 6 region titles, and 3 state titles.  He has been in the state title game 5 times in the brief 11 year existence of the school.   Wise advanced to their 9th consecutive playoff appearance in their short  10 year history. The 2016 Pumas finished ranked 2nd in the State and 25th in the USA today super poll and captured the schools 3rd state title.  The Pumas are the first PG county school to have 3 undefeated teams win the state title and 1st to go back to back (undefeated).  In 11 yearsCoach Parrish’s Pumas has been ranked in the top 20 of the state media poll seven times, the top 10 six times, and the top 5 five times. 
In 2015 Coach Parrish was named the DC touchdown coach of the year, DMV Elite coach of the year, and the Fox sports radio coach of the year.  Coach Parrish coached in the prestigious Big 33 all-star game for the 3rd time. He has coached the northeast all-star game, and holds 4 appearances in the Prince George’s County all star game In 2012 Coach Parrish became the first former all met player in the Washington Post to be named Coach of the year.  Also in 2012 Coach Parrish became the first media all state player to be named media all state coach of the year.  Coach Parrish was selected as the Prince Georges County Gazette Coach of the year for the 2008 2009, 2010, and 2012 seasons.  He was also selected as the Washington Redskins Coach of the Week in 2009.  Parrish was also named the Washington Post and Prince Georges Extra coach of the year for 2008 and 2009.  Coach Parrish also won the Washington Pigskin Club Coach of the year in 2009.
Parrish is a 1999 Graduate of Wake Forest University.  He also attained his Masters degree while playing for Wake Forest.  He played safety and linebacker while playing there.  He started for 4 years and co-captained the 1999 Aloha Bowl Champions.  While attending Wake Forest Parrish was named ACC player of the week in 1999 and a Honda Scholar Athlete in 1997.  While he played he became the 4th player in conference history to make 1st team All Academic team 4 years in a row and the only African American to hold that distinction at the time.

Coach Stephen Magenbauer- Salem (Salem) H.S, VA

Stephen Magenbauer –Coach Magenbauer grew up in Salem, VA and Graduated from Salem High School in 1992. He earned his business teaching degree from Virginia Tech in 1996. After a career ending injury in high school, he began coaching at Andrew Lewis Middle school while still a student at Salem. In 1996 he began coaching at Glenvar high school as an assistant under Brian Hooker, he served as the offensive coordinator.  In 2000 he became the Head coach at Glenvar high school and remained there for two years. In 2002 he became the inaugural head coach at Hidden Valley High School in Roanoke. In 2004 he was fortunate to become the Head Coach at Salem, his Alma mater.  Since that time the Spartans have been 149-21 and have won 4 Group 4A - State Championships.


Thad Wells just finished his second year as the head coach at Blacksburg High School, a season that saw the team win its first state title in nearly 30 years. Coach Wells was named 3A Coach of the Year.  Thad played football at Richlands High School and Emory and Henry College. He started his coaching career at Radford High School before returning to take over as offensive coordinator at Richlands High School at just 25 years of age. Then, at 27, Thad became the head coach for Colleton Prep Academy in Walterboro, SC.  Thad’s offense, the Unbalanced Spread, includes elements he has learned from coaches such as Gus Malzahn, Art Briles, Tony Franklin, Bobby Bentley, and Terry Hessbrook. In 2016 this balanced offensive attack totaled over 6.000 yards of total offense, including 3,500 on the ground and 2,500 in the air.


I live by the motto: Faith-Family-Football.  I have been blessed with a beautiful family; my wife Melinda, two daughters Kailyn (10), Gia (5) and son Jace (1), who are my biggest fans on and off the field.  I have been coaching high school football in Prince George’s County since 2008. I began my coaching career as the Quarterback Coach and Offensive Coordinator at Northwestern High School where I remained for 5 years. I then transitioned to Dr. Henry A Wise HS where I have just completed my Fourth year coordinating an Offense that produced both a two thousand yard passer and a thousand yard rusher back to back  years for the first time in school history. The offense accounted for over 6,000 yards and produced an average of 45 points per game.  This offense also left its mark in the Maryland State record books; setting a record for most points scored in a four game playoff stretch(186) ultimately leading to our second 14-0 and State championship in as many seasons.  Over the years, I have had the pleasure of coaching multiple college camps and All-Star games including the Big 33, PG All-Star Game, Under Armour Crab Bowl, and the Chesapeake Bowl.  I hold a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration from Lehman College in New York where I was also an, All Conference athlete. I recently completed my Masters Degree in Athletic Administration at Southern New Hampshire University. I apply life lessons and coaching experience to help mold the athletes on our team into men; encouraging each of them to not only be successful on the field, but also to achieve success in the classroom and in life.


Coach Johnson has just finished his ninth season as the Head Varsity Football Coach at Highland Springs High School where he has a combine record of 87-18, 39-3 in the last 3 seasons and two VHSL-5A State Champions. In the last 3 season Highland Springs has amassed a total of 15,106 yards in and 1,456 points scored. In 2014 the team scored 412 points and had an offensive total of 4,016 yards.  In 2015 the team scored 465 points and had an offensive total of 5,294 yards.  In 2016 the team scored 579 points and had an offensive total of 5,796 yards.  Coach Johnson came to Highland Springs from Stonewall Jackson High School in Manassas, VA where he was the head coach from 2003-2007 and started his high school coaching career as an assistant at Lord Botetourt High School in Daleville, Virginia before taking over the ranks at Stonewall Jackson.



Ryan Larsen is going into his third season as the Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach at Stevenson University in Owings Mills, Maryland in 2017. In Coach Larsen’s first two years at Stevenson, the Mustangs have amassed a record of 18-4 with a Middle Atlantic Conference Championship, an NCAA Division III Playoffs appearance, and have reached a national ranking as high as #12 in the country. In 2016 the Mustang Offense averaged 34.9 Points Per Game, and Stevenson’s Quarterback, Dan Williams, was Middle Atlantic Conference Offensive Player of the Year, and 3rd Team All East Region as a Redshirt Sophomore. In Larsen’s two years at Stevenson, 16 Offensive Records have been set including, Total Scoring, Points Per Game, Total Offensive Yardage, Redzone Scoring Percentage, etc. Prior to coaching at Stevenson University, Larsen was at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN for three seasons - one as the Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach, and two as the Passing Game Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach – Rhodes College won the Southern Athletic Association Conference Championship in 2013. Previous to Rhodes, Larsen spent one season at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN as the Wide Receivers Coach where the Little Giants went to the Elite 8 in the NCAA Division III Playoffs, with a final record of 12-1. Larsen started his coaching career at Indiana University as an Offensive Intern and Offensive Quality Control Coach during the 2009 and 2010 seasons. As an undergraduate Larsen was a quarterback in college at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California.





Head Football Coach-Curtis Jefferson-Sussex Central High School

26 years of coaching-Assistant coach 1991-2000-State Champs 1991-State Runner-ups 1994

Head coach 2001-2016, Record 149-49

State Champs 2003-State Runner-ups 2001, 2016-Married 18 years to Jackie Jefferson, with 4 children a son Marquis, 3 daughters, Catoria, Jasmine, and Kierra.

Topic: Veer Offense-Maintaining Consistency.



Coach Engelberg just completed his 11th season as head coach at the Maret School in Washington, DC.  He has 70-35 win-loss record and just completed a 12-0 season, culminating with a MAC and DC State championship.  Maret's offense rushed for an average of 412 yards per game this season while running exclusively from the pistol set.  In 11 seasons, Maret has never huddled and never taken a snap from under center.  Coach Engelberg spent 7 seasons as an assistant coach at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes in Alexandria prior to taking over the Maret program.  Coach Engelberg was a student assistant coach at Georgia Southern University for two seasons and a football intern for the University of Florida for 1 season.

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Gabe Infante-Head Football Coach, St. Joseph’s Prep

Infante has been the head football coach at St. Joseph’s Prep since 2010 compiling a 65-21 record (.756 winning percentage) in seven seasons at the Prep while capturing 3 of the last 4 state titles in Pennsylvania including  the 2016 6A State Title and back to back titles in 2014 & 2013.  All three teams finished number 1 in Pennsylvania and as high as 6th nationally. In 2017 Infante was named U.S. Army Bowl National Coach of the Year. On January 16, 2017 he served as the Head Coach of the U-17 National team which defeated the Japanese national team 44-7 in AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.  A two-time Don Shula High School Coach of the Year nominee, Infante is a member of USA Football's Advisory Committee and is a Master Trainer in USA Football’s Heads Up program.

Elijah Brooks (Head Coach) DEMATHA CATHOLIC/DC

Elijah Brooks is a native of Largo, MD. After graduating with a B.S. in Kinesiology from William & Mary in 2007, he returned to his alma mater as the varsity Running Backs coach and head Strength and Conditioning Coach. After 4 years as an assistant, Brooks was hired in the Spring of 2011 as the Varsity Head Coach. In 2012 he led the Stags to a 6-4 record and a conference semi-final appearance. 2013 was followed with an improved record of 9-3 and a WCAC championship appearance. 2 years ago Coach Brooks earned Coach of the Year honors leading DeMatha to record of 11-1, earning its 20th conference championship with a 31-10 win over St. John's. The 2014 team also finished #1 in the state and #19 nationally by the USA Today. In 2015 the Stags finished the season strong by defeating Good Counsel to win back to back championships with a record of 9-3. In 2016, DeMatha defeated Good Counsel 48-17 in route to it's 3rd consecutive WCAC title. The Stags also finished 5th nationally. The Stags completed the 2016 season with an undefeated record or 12-0. They ranked #1 in the Washington Post and #4 nationally by the USA. Coach Brooks earned Coach of the Year honors by the Washington Post, USA Today, WCAC & the Pigskin Club. Coach Brooks lives in BrandywineMD with his wife Tierra and his daughters Zoey (5) & Zayia (2).



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