Wynel "Cannon" Seldon: NFL/UFL Running Back for the Washington Redskins and UFL Virginia Destroyers....Testimonial Coach Brad Frazier Old School Quarterbacks...
Entering my 2nd year of Pro Football as a Running Back I wanted to make sure going into training camp and the upcoming season that I was in the best physical shape I could possibly been; I wanted to enhance my speed and explosiveness as a runner, along with advancing my foot-work /technique as a running Back and strengthen my abilities as a pass catcher... Training with Coach Frazier has not only helped me reach and exceed all of my offseason goals for training camp and the upcoming season, but also allowed me to develop and fine-tune my skills and abilities as a Pro Athlete. I feel more prepared physically than I've ever been for the upcoming season and I know I've gained a competitive advantage through his offseason camps. I'm Extremely blessed to have had the opportunity to train with Coach Frazier and looking forward to attending his offseason programs in the future."
Cannon......(Isaiah 40: 29-31 KJV)
Blake Hamblin: Quarterback for the Angelo State University Rams
OSQ and Coach Frazier has made a huge contribution to my growth as a Quarterback. Not only has he trained me in my techniques as a Quarterback, he has stressed leadership and confidence both on and off the field. My consistency and success on the field would not have been attainable without the guidance and training I received from Coach Frazier.
Zack Eskridge: Quarterback for the Kansas City Command and Midwestern State University
During his 3 years at Midwestern Eskridge set new records in virtually every passing category. In 2009, his junior year, he was a finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy (Division II equivalent of the Heisman) and had the highest passing efficiency rating (180.2) in the country. After having a solid senior year Zack signed a free agent contract with the Dallas Cowboys but was released.
Zack had hurt his throwing shoulder in the 2nd to last game of his senior year and because of the injury had developed some flaws in his throwing motion.We came to Coach Frazier to see what he could do to help. During his time with Coach he was able to find and cure the things that were affecting Zack’s throwing motion that had developed since hurting his shoulder.
Going back to basics, Coach was able to help Zack not only with his throwing but also with his footwork which helped restore in him the confidence he had when he was considered one of the top QB’s in the country. Coach Frazier’s drills, teaching aids and positive reinforcement played a major role in Zack getting back on track and now playing for the Kansas City Command of the Arena Football League.
His ability to instruct at all age levels makes Coach Frazier an ideal mentor for any QB looking to improve on his game!