Wildcat Football Camp07/08/2019 - 07/12/2019 ~ Monday - Friday Registration Ends: 07/08/2019Select Event Options For Pricing | Marin Catholic HS 675 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard - Kentfield CA 94904
Welcome to the inaugural Next Level Flag Football & Skills Camp in at Marin Catholic High School! The camp will run from July 9th to July 12th and is open to players from 1st grade to 9th grade. Next Level Football Camp teaches sound fundamental offensive and defensive football skills to both experienced and beginner youth athletes. Individual and group drills will be demonstrated to teach basic techniques. Proper warm-up, physical conditioning, skills drills and review are part of each scheduled session. Coach Moayed, assisted by his staff and select current & former players will be your coaches. The focus is on fun, fundamental skills and safety during this four day camp.
Meet The Coach
Mazi Moayed is the Head Football Coach at Marin Catholic. He has led the Wildcats to eight undefeated MCAL Championships, three North Coast Section Championships and a trip to the State Championship Bowl Game in 2012. Coach Moayed was named Northern California Division III Coach of the Year by NorCal Preps in 2012. Prior to joining Marin Catholic, he coached at Novato High School, Berkeley High School, San Rafael High School, and College of Marin. As a player, he started as safety for the Semi-Pro North Bay Rattlers, who were undefeated for the 4 years he played. Coach Moayed is known throughout our area as a leader in teaching his players the fundamentals of the game while instilling in them what it takes to compete on and off the field.
Please check in 10 minutes prior to camp start time.
Marin Catholic High School - 675 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard - Kentfield CA 94904
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