Coach Mo Football: Coach Mo Football Camps

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Our football camps are designed to benefit football players who possess desire to develop the skills necessary to play at a higher level play. conducted in a relaxed but competetive atmosphere, this camp is fast paced, intense and very competitive. On the field our expert coaching staff will instruct players and conduct a wide variety of drills aimed at developing their individual technique. This will be followed by periods of 1 on 1, 7 on 7, and team periods. Preceeded by our popular speed camps as a warmup, we hold football camps monthly, usually after our "Speed Sunday" sessions in central Phoenix.

Host a Coach Mo Speed camp, Football Clinics Or Training Combine

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Defensive & Offensive Linemen

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Offensive and Defensive linemen are trained as to enhance their individual skills & techniques by working with Coach Mo and his coaching staff, as well as some of the finest in high school, college and professional coaching. Players will rotate through a series of stations designed as to improve their skils in the trenches. Each session concludes focused instruction and an opportunity to work on both sides of the ball allowing our players to leave with skills to both protect and sack the quarterback! Camp registration will begin 30 minutes prior to the start of the camp.

Skill Position Players

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QB’s, WR’s, RB’s, TE’s, LB’s & DB’s enhance individual skills & techniques by working with Coach Mo & his staff as well as some of the finest in youth & high school coaching and periodic special guests. Through a series of drills, 1 on 1 competition, and an intense 7 on 7 competition, players will learn how our skill position players prepare and practice.


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Basic tackling technique from beginners to the experienced. Especially geared to those new to football but at a pace for experienced athletes to also have a great learning experience. Conducted in a relaxed, but competetive environment, players are taught, step by step, basic form and the most advanced methods in blocking, tackling and football skills training.

  • Speed Sunday/Contact Camps (777): January-July (3 specific training blocks. 8:30am & 7pm (p.m. starts in March, continues monthly through July)
  • Junior Contact Camps: Monthly Sunday Camps at Arthur Hamilton Elementary & Christian high school in Phoenix. Contact Coach Mo for dates!

    July 7 & 13 Contact Camp & Fall Tackle Registration at Arthur Hamilton School

  •  July 19: Coach Mo Speed Camp, Casa Grande, Az
  •  July 20: Coach Mo Speed Camp, Kingman Az
    July 21st: Contact Camp at Arthur Hamilton School (Time TBA)
  • July-August:  Monday Nite Football Contact Camps (See below)

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    7 On 7

    Designed to develop football players who possess or wish to develop skills necessary to play at the highest level of high school and eventually collegiate football. Please take into consideration that this camp is fast paced, intense and very competitive.

    March 1 & 8: 630pm at Hamilton Elementary School

    June: Saturday Nites at 630 @ Hamilton Elementary

    On the field our staff will instruct players and conduct a wide variety of drills aimed at perfecting their individual technique. This will be followed by periods of 1 on 1, 7 on 7, and team periods. 7On7 is usually preceeded by SpeedCamp.

    Contact Coach Mo for details.

    Handout: 7On 7 & Flag Football Forms

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    Weekly MNF Contact & non-contact camps are held in central Phoenix
    PHOENIX CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL & ARTHUR HAMILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL When & Where: Monday Nights at Field Of Dreams locations on 19th ave & Buckeye or on 34th ave & Thomas (contact Coach Mo for current schedule) •Technical drills & light contact camps followed by controlled contact scrimmages or 7 on 7 NFL Flag Football passing leagues. •Detailed position specific training and instruction on basic football technique. •Join us as we teach, step by step, basic form and the most advanced methods geared for indivudual player development •Relaxed, but competetive environment. Great for new or experienced players! •Join us as we teach, step by step, basic form and the most advanced methods for the upcoming football season. What to wear: Comfortable shorts, T-shirt running shoes & cleats.

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    Hill training is a staple and a key component to speed improvement

    Get ready for your upcoming football season, team camps, local & national combines! Join us as we build piece by piece, a physical model of speed. Focusing on core strength, technique, first step explosion, form and and agility, we have a well earned reputation for training the finest in athletics from youth to pro.


  • Block I: Last Mid January-Spring Break (Mid March).
  • Block II: Mid-March-First week of May
  • Block III: 1st three weeks of June
  • Block IV: 2nd & 3rd week of July
  • Block V: September-December & between Thanksgiving & Christmas breaks.
  • We have east & West Valley locations! Contact Coach Mo for details!!!!

    Contact Us at 480-217-0175 or via email at

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    Flag Football and/or Tackle Football Afterschool and community programs.

    Join us as we build piece by piece a physical model of competetive football in YOUR community.  We operate in a relaxed but competetive environment and EVERYONE plays.

    Developmental Flag Football

    • 4 weeks, one day per week
    • daily warmup (30 mins) Handoff drills, short pass drill,
    • week one: Speed & agility- Drills, testing, 30y dash
    • week two: Football skills - Offense/Defense: Stance, alignment, spacing
    • week three: Football Drills - Testing (week 1), football skills testing
    • week four: Scrimmage (black & white or red & white game)

    Developmental Tackle Football

  • 4 weeks, one day per week
  • daily warmup (30 mins) Handoff drills, short pass drill, contact drills
  • week one: Speed & agility- Drills, testing, 30y dash, helmets
  • week two: Football skills - Offense/Defense: Stance, alignment/spacing, shoulder pads
  • week three: Football Drills - Position skills, Offense/Defense
  • week four: Scrimmage (black & white or red & white game)

  • Advance Programs are typically two days per week, same format, more intense.

     For more details contact Coach Mo via text/phone at 480-217-0175 or email us at


    8 MAN & 11 MAN FOOTBALL 


    1. No blitzing 
    2. Defensive Alignment
    • Only two defensive linemen
    • Must be heads up, not in gaps, never over center
    • Defensive linemen cannon angle in, must be Heads Up and in 3 or 4 point stance
    • You can match up additional defensive lineman for every additional offensive lineman/tight end
    • Linebackers are not close than 3 yards from the line and cannot encroach unless there is a hand-off or if the quarterback leaves the pocket

    1. Linemen:  Defenses are allowed to match up for every additional offensive lineman but canot line up over the center, in gaps or angle. The must line up, heads up.
    2. Quarterbacks cannot run unless forced out of the pocket or rushed during a roll out. 
    3. Read-Option:  Once the ball is in the backs "pocket", linebackers can go "Live"

    During regular season, ref/coaches will be allowed to correct/move players in accordance or teams will be charged a time out

    Illegal rush/encroachment penalties are 10 to 15 yards and/or an automatic first down. 


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    Agility work in Tucson at Vail Cienega high school
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    Our annual Kingman Overnight Football Camp in Northern Arizona is a hit!

    Host either contact or non-contact football camps, speed camps, training combines and combines, nationwide.  Contact us if you'd like to host an event as a training session for players, coaches, players and administrators and/or as a league/team fund raiser.  We'll be happy to show you how.

    In the past few years we've hosted events in Murpheesboro, Nashville, Pahokee/Tampa, Detroit, Terra Haute, Yuma, Kingman, Indio, Coachella, Las Vegas, Tuscon and other areas.  We'd be more than happy to visit you.

    Teams, clubs and leagues are more than welcome to join us at one of our sessions in central Phoenix as well.

    Our easy to learn, easy to teach methods work for all sports to include practice cadence and organization and chalk-talk on the x's & o's of the sport.  We have a proven track record of success that can improve your organization from top to bottom!

     ...Join Us!

    Contact Coach Mo today!

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    Coach Mo handles speed duties for over 800 at the Cardinals high school camp



    1.  Always bring comfortable RUNNING shoes along with cleats as we sometimes run on an all-weather track, go jogging and use a paved road when hill training.  Running shoes are preferred over basketball shoes & cross trainers.  Always bring cleats also.

    2..Wear comfortable clothing.  Whether shorts and or shorts, long or short sleeve shorts, keep the weatherin mind when attending one of our events. 

    3..Bring plenty of water and/or Gatorade.  Always.

    4.  Football pants?  ONLY WHEN ATTENDING A CONTACT CAMP.

    5.  Release & Payment.  We do not offer tryouts or active participation unless athletes are registered.   Training with us is a decision.  Unregistered athletes can watch, but they CANNOT participate.

    6.  Transoprtation note:  We do not transport athletes to or from training.  NO EXCEPTIONS.



    Code Of Conduct

                                  BE RESPECTFUL  -   TREAT PEOPLE THE WAY YOU WANT TO BE TREATED  -      DO THE RIGHT THING. 


    If the field monitor or referee witnesses any acts of tackling, elbowing, cheap shots, blocking, or any unsportsmanlike act, the game will be stopped and the player will be ejected from the tournament. FOUL PLAY WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.


    Trash talking is illegal. Incitement will not be tolerated.  Officials have the right to determine offensive language. (Trash talk is talk that may be offensive to officials, opposing players, teams, or spectators.) If trash talking occurs, the referee will give one warning. If it continues, the player or players will be ejected from the game.


    Coaches must maintain good conduct at all times.  Defensive coaches cannot be on the field of play except on time outs.  Coaches can be called on technical fouls at the referees or scoreboard referee’s discretion.  Technicals result in an automatic first down and the award of a fourth down.

    Cleats are allowed, except for metal spikes. Inspections must be made. All players must wear a protective mouthpiece; there are no exceptions.  “Sagging”  and or showing of undergarments not allowed.  Shirts must be tucked in (unless cutoff-type uniforms are used).