ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Jerry Rhome was training three quarterbacks from New Jersey and invited a few of the North Georgia Falcons players to participate in a two-day camp held in Sugar Hill at Gary Pirkle Park.
Rhome played high school, college and professional football, then became a National Football League offensive coordinator/quarterback coach. He was a first team all-American in college, voted into the College Hall of Fame and was runner-up for the Heisman. He played eight years in the NFL (playing in three championship games) and has coached for more than 25 years. He coached in two Super Bowls, winning one with the Washington Redskins. He has coached Kurt Warner, Troy Aikman, Joe Theisman, Steve McNair, Warren Moon, Doug Williams, Steve Largent, Art Monk, Chris Carter and many other players.
Rhome is a 33-year veteran player and coach for NFL players, college players preparing for the NFL draft and young football players in college, high and middle school. He trains and coaches quarterbacks, wide receivers, tight ends and running backs in both the mental and physical aspects of the game.
The North Georgia Falcons is a nonprofit, tackle football program established over 10 years ago for young men between the ages of 11-18 who are looking for a place to play tackle football. NG Falcons are a member of the Glory for Christ Football League providing a 10-game season, play-offs and an out-of-state bowl game invitation. The Falcons are run completely by volunteers, which includes the coaching staff. Home games are played at Jasper Stadium in Jasper, Ga.
For more information, contact coach Roger McDaniel at 678-313-6034 or email@example.com. The North Georgia Falcons can be found online at www.georgiafootballleague.com.