Author: Joel Nellis

Trickey-Wright Camps Are For A.L.L.

Barstool Sports has coined the phrase, “Saturday’s Are For The Boys.” It has set off a social media phenomena around that day of the week. When I was thinking of this post, their slogan came to mind because I wanted

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Part III – Making The Decision

  If you’re lucky enough to be recruited to play college football, you will face a tough challenge when it comes to deciding where to attend college. It was hard to define which of the following categories I would deem

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Throwing Thank You’s

During this holiday season, it is time to be thankful for all that we have and reflect on what a wonderful year we’ve had. We at Trickey-Wright QBR have plenty to be thankful for and we’d like to share those

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The Wisdom of Farewell Posts

“Intelligence is the ability to learn from your mistakes. Wisdom is the ability to learn from the mistakes of others.” – Anonymous High school seniors, upon completing their football (or every other sport) career often use their social media platforms

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How to Lead Your Team, Regardless of Your Record

For as much time as we spend preparing for the season, it is often over before you know it. All of us have different records and different potential outcomes for post-season play. However, all of can be leaders and are

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Being an Effective STUDENT-Athlete: Time Management During the Football Season

Being a high school student-athlete can be very challenging because of the enormous time demands of both academics and athletics. The pressure is compounded when the expectations are high for you to perform well in both areas. In addition, your

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Navigating The Season

It is finally here! Every high school player in the country has been waiting for this moment since their season came to an end in 2015.That being the case,  I’d like to give you some thoughts on how to navigate

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The Recruiting Process: Staying on the List (Part II of III)

In our May Blog, we discussed suggestions to get onto a coach’s list: play on the field, highlight tapes, measurables and taking visits / attending camp. While the time, effort and related costs may seem like the hard part, surprisingly,

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Working Effectively with Your Coach

Regardless of the current relationship you have with your head coach and/or position coach, if you hope to have a successful season, your ability to work well together is critical.  Based on my experience and perspective as a current HS

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The Recruiting Process: Making the List (Part I of III)

I had the opportunity to listen to a college coach speak to a group of aspiring high school football players about the recruiting process. He answered some basic questions and then said something quite profound that I wish more high

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