Georgia Quarterback Hutson Mason Preparing for the NFL Draft in Florida with Coach Ken Mastrole

2014 starting quarterback for the Georgia Bulldogs, Hutson Mason, is spending the next 3 months preparing for the NFL draft with private quarterback coach and consultant Ken Mastrole. Mastrole, who has elevated former Florida State Standout EJ Manuel to the number 1 quarterback selected in the 2013 NFL draft (Buffalo Bills) and former Louisville record setter Teddy Bridgewater selected in 2014 NFL draft (Minnesota Vikings). Mason will prepare be preparing for the East West Shrine game that will take place in St Petersburg, Florida. Mason will be looking to climb the draft boards after a strong senior season in the SEC. Mastrole’s responsibilities include all field instruction, mechanics, fundamentals, all star game preparation, X’s & O’s talk, and interview prep process.

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Mastrole Quarterback Academy is the Nation’s leading quarterback training and development program for High School, College, and NFL draft prospects.  Based in South Florida private quarterback coach Ken Mastrole has developed the most successful and cutting edge training program for QB’s

Fort Lauderdale Quarterback Training & Development Camp Small Group

Fort Lauderdale Small Group Quarterback Training and Development Off Season
Designed for quarterbacks seeking year round training in mechanics, fundamentals, film study, & footwork

Location: Cardinal Gibbons High School
2900 NE 47th St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

Designed for QB’s:
9:00 am- Next Generation Ages 10-13 years old

11:00 am- High School quarterbacks and 8th grade advanced

1:30 pm- High School Session #2-

Private quarterback training is available by appointment only
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Florida Quarterback Competition Provides National Stage with Mastrole QB SUPER 7

Mastrole QB Academy Provides National Stage with Super 7 Quarterback Competition

Ken Mastrole along with Larry Blustein and South Florida High School Sports created a unique quarterback competition in South Florida called the Super 7. The event featured an invite only of 42 of the top quarterbacks from all over the state of Florida. Quarterbacks competed in game type situations and required to make throws and movements that simulated game scenarios. The event was scored on points and the winner of each flight would have the opportunity to compete in the finals with a chance to be named MVP. In 2013 class of 2017 Toddy Centeio burst onto the scene and won the competition as a freshman. From there Centeio would go one and receive offers from University of Miami, Temple, NC State, and other power conference schools. Centeio, who recently committed to the University of Miami, made the Super 7 in 2014 with a strong showing in accuracy, arm strength, footwork, and consistency. “What separates this competition from others is the fact that we are testing real life situations and throws using live receivers, pocket awareness drills, and anticipation” said Mastrole. “We are testing each quarterback through high speed film and defensive recognition” adds Mastrole. Quarterbacks that have trained with the Mastrole Quarterback Academy have experienced direct results and are being recognized by college coaches through proper fundamentals, mechanics, and the ability to diagnosis the game faster then the average quarterback. This year’s winner Tyler Huntley of Hallandale Beach High School was impressive and consistent throughout the entire competition. The Super 7 named this year were: Kato Nelson of Champagnat HS, Jason Brown of American Heritage Plantation, Nick Holm of Calvary Christian, Toddy Centeio of Royal Palm Beach Academy, Jhakari Harrison of Coconut Creek High School, Murphy Theodore of Miami High.

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Western Kentucky Hilltopper Quarterback Brandon Doughty Wins Sammy Baugh Award After Finishing the Top Passing QB in College Football

Heading into the 2014 season quarterback Brandon Doughty focused on eliminating turnovers, growing as a leader, and improving any inconsistencies in his field play. Spending 2 solid weeks in South Florida with Ken Mastrole and the Mastrole Quarterback Academy paid dividends. Doughty had a season to remember in passing as well as drama filled Bahamas Bowl game. In his historic 2014 season, Doughty has established 14 WKU single-season, single-game and records while also setting Conference USA records with 593 passing yards at rival Middle Tennessee and by throwing six touchdowns in one half in a win over previously undefeated Marshall. Doughty finished as the nation’s leader in passing yards (4,344) and touchdowns (44) and ranks 35th and 16th in those categories in FBS single-season history. The winner of the Sammy Baugh award for the Nations top passing quarterback.

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Ken Mastrole, The Private Quarterback Coach, Transforms Blake Sims From Career Backup to Alabama Folk Hero

Ken Mastrole, The Private Quarterback Coach, Transforms Blake Sims From Career Backup to Alabama Folk Hero

Blake Sims journey to Florida 3 separate occasions featured over 100 hours of mechanics, fundamentals, film study, and evaluations. Private quarterback coach Ken Mastrole has quickly become one of the top developers in mechanics and mental development. Mastrole specializes in the bio-mechanics of body related to throwing a football. Sims time in Florida helped him to understand how he needed to approach from a physical and mental angle. Sims responded with one of the best years in Alabama history at the quarterback position and led his team to the first ever college football playoffs.

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