2016 was a record year for Mastrole Quarterback Academy after having 5 quarterbacks selected last weekend in the NFL draft. All 5 spent from January 1st thru April training in South Florida with private quarterback coach Ken Mastrole. NC State quarterback Jacoby Brissett was the first to come off of the board going 3rd round to the Nee England Patriots. The sixth round had Michigan QB Jake Rudock going to the Detroit Lions. Rudock started training with Mastrole sophomore year of high school and has spent each off season and breaks fine tuning mechanics as well as mental preparation. Brandon Allen of Arkansas was the third QB off the board when Jacksonville Jaguars selected the all SEC razorback quarterback. Jeff Driskel of Louisiana Tech was selected by the San Francisco 49ers where quarterback play has been a big question mark heading into the off season. Record setting Western Kentucky QB Brandon Doughty who has also worked with Mastrole since high school landed on his home town team the Miami Dolphins. Doughty brings an incredible resume and upside after winning a conference championship with the Hilltoppers. All quarterbacks spent time working with Mastrole on improving arm speed, footwork, rotational force, NFL terminology, and interview prep. Mastrole quarterback academy trains and develops youth, high school, college, and professional QB’s year round in south Florida.
Scripted 54 throws tomorrow for the top QBR rated quarterback in Division I Brandon Allen. It has been a grind since Brandon came to Florida 2 days after leading the Razorbacks to a win versus Kansas State in their bowl game. Our focus has been take what he does well and amplify it. What stood out most to me about Brandon is how he is programmed mentally. He loves to compete. There is never a moment where the stage is to big. He always keeps his emotions in check and plays the next play. His knowledge of the game and the nuances of the position are impressive. He is undoubtedly a quick twitch QB that can make pin point throws required at the NFL level. Our focus was to increase arm speed, rotational force, foot speed, and reduce the amount of lost energy in some of his upper and lower body mechanics. He’s throwing the ball 4 miles and hour faster then he started and his release times have improved by .02 seconds. Interview prep and preparing him for a pro work day has been the other focus points in the last 9 weeks. From one of the top performers at the Senior Bowl to a strong showing at the NFL combine in Indianpolis, Brandon Allen has continued to climb the draft boards. Tomorrow is the last step in the process and I am looking forward to helping orchestrate his final college masterpiece. Mastrole Quarterback Academy specializes in the development of youth, high school, college, and NFL draft prep quarterback development. Focusing on the mental development as well as kinematic sequencing and building efficient mechanics. Based in Florida, MQA offers year round training in group and private settings.