Train to be the ONE camps is proud to have some of the best coaches in the country. The coaching staff has years of experience coaching athletes of all ages including youth football, high school, College and the NFL. Our experienced coaching staff uses a combination of several proven professional methods to help camp attendees improve skills. Not only will you learn from the best you will learn how the best train. Our staff includes the following coaches:
Coach David Peck is one of the most accomplished coaches in the state of Utah. He has been named 5A Football coach of the year multiple times and has been inducted into the Southern Utah University Coaches Hall of Fame. Coach Peck has coached high school football for over 25 years. Bingham high school’s football record from 2000-2015 was 154-38 with state championships in 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013 & 2014 while coach Peck was the Head Coach. Coach Peck has participated in many camps in the past and is excited to be part of Train to Be the ONE camps.
Having played receiver at the college and professional level, Scott gained a love and passion for football. Since then, he’s raised three sons (Zac, Austin and Dylan) that played football at all levels — flag football, junior tackle football, high school, college and the NFL. During this process, Scott identified best demonstrated practices that help young athletes achieve their potential as great players, contributing teammates and high quality young men. Scott currently trains Wide Receivers year around in California through his company Receiver Tech.
Jordan has a passion for football and for training football players. His recent training has been preparing multiple athletes to compete at multiple pro days at various different colleges. His training techniques and methods help build explosive speed and power while preventing injury by teaching proper technique and form. Jordan also has an off season high school football training program he started through his company Pendleton Performance that helps high school players develop speed and agility during the offseason.