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Jerry Horowitz

Jerry Horowitz Bio

Director-NFL Youth Tackle Football

Football Operations

Was a football coach in NYC for 30 years, his new position allows him to represent the entire country. 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.

 Currently runs the NFL High School Player Development and the 7-on-7 programs.

Accomplishments/Awards

2003- NFL/NY Giants Coach of the Week

1999- Downtown Athletic Club, Chase Heisman Legend of Coaching

1997- NFL/NY Jets Coach of the Week

1996- NFL/NY Giants Coach of the Week

1994- NYS High School Football Coach of the Year

1984, 1991, 1994, 1996, 2000- NYC Public School Athletic League Champions

1984, 1996- #1 ranking in MSG/Daily News Tri State Golden Twenty

1984 NYC Metro Bowl Champions (Only PSAL Team to defeat the CHSAA)

1984, 1996- NYS Champions

1976, 1984, 1991, 1996-NYC Coach of the Year

  • April 03, 2012

    Fullback Trap: The Best Play in Football

    The safest play in football that can be run from any formation, on any down and can result in large gains is the Fullback trap.  The fastest way to the end zone is in a straight line.  The offense needs to first recognize what defensive front it is facing:

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Hspd alumni

  • Cameron Newton

    HSPD Site Name: Atlanta

    Current Team: Carolina Panthers

    Position: QB

    College: Auburn

  • Vernon Davis

    HSPD Site Name: Dunbar

    Current Team: SF 49ers

    Position: TE

    College: Univ. of Maryland

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