Coaches' Corner Volume 48 - Coach Jerry Horowitz of the
NFL's High School Player Development
program talks about the mission of the NFL's programs for High School football players, what they offer and how coaches can take advantage of them.
Coach Horowitz also talks about his coaching days in New York City, discussing what to do "When things go horribly wrong", ending on a high note, and his successful "Eagle" defense and how to set it up.
About the Guest on this Edition of Coaches Corner
Jerry Horowitz is the Director of the NFL Youth Tackle Football Operations.
He runs the NFL High School Player Development and the
7-on-7 programs.. A football coach in NYC for 30 years,
he served as the Head Football Coach of John F. Kennedy High School in the Bronx, NY for 21 years.
His record as a head coach was 167 wins, 55 loses 3 ties.
Coach Horowitz' many accomplishments and awards
include being selected as the NFL/NY Giants Coach of the Week for both the Jets and the Giants on multiple occasions,
the recipient of The Downtown Athletic Club's Chase Heisman Legend of Coaching
, and the NFL's
High School Football Coach of the Year in 1984, 1991, 1994, 1996 and 2000. He was
also named the New York City and New York State High School Football
Coach of the Year numerous time between 1984 and 2000