"Coach Slack really helped me out a lot. He is a great teacher. He broke things down and made things simpler. He is the best teacher of mechanics I have met," stated D.C. Jefferson.
In this video, SOR shows Rutgers incoming freshman QB D.C. Jefferson throwing the ball while working at one of Coach Slack's training sessions.
Of note, Coach Slack holds QB camps across the country. He will be holding his first NJ based camp in two weeks. It will take place at Washington Twp HS, in Sewell NJ on July 16-17.
To learn more about Coach Slack and his QB Academy, please click that the below link:
Click the below link to see D.C. Jefferson in action:
Video: DC Jefferson works with QB Guru
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