Quincy Avery, CoachUp football coach in Atlanta, recently participated in an interview with VolQuest.com's John Brice (check out the full article here). Coach Quincy talks about some of the one-on-one training he’s done with Josh Dobbs of the Tennessee Volunteers. Here are a few excerpts from the article:
When Josh Dobbs and his Tennessee teammates headed home last month for winter break, they were challenged by the Vols' coaching staff to stay in shape, keep working and find ways to improve. Dobbs took matters a step further -- even on a family vacation to Los Angeles. Tennessee's rising sophomore quarterback, who started the Vols' final four games, reached out to longtime quarterbacks coach Quincy Avery to put in work.“I've been working with Josh since he was in high school at Alpharetta," said Avery, a former UCLA assistant coach who has worked with the Elite 11 quarterback series and emerged as a top private instructor in the Atlanta area. "We fostered our relationship through then and I've worked as his quarterback instructor for three-and-a-half, four years now. I've gotten a chance to help Josh grow and develop into the player he is today, and the thing about Josh is that he's always working to improve.""We did a lot of things like throwing on the run, being able to throw on the run and come back to his platform and make throws," Avery explained. "Worked a lot of red-zone action, make sure Josh focuses on his ability to keep the ball high and make correct throws in the red zone. We worked a lot of different scenarios working eyes and feet together in order to make correct throws."
Congrats to Coach Quincy on the recognition for all the great work he does with his clients. It’s always great to see a coach build meaningful and lasting relationships with their clients.
Coach Quincy offers private football and fitness coaching sessions through CoachUp. Click here to check out Quincy's CoachUp profile.