June 29 - July 1, 2016
3 Days / 2 Nights
Ohio Dominican University, Columbus OH
Quarterback and Receiver Camp in Ohio is part of the QBR Football Camp Summer Program. QBR Football Camp is considered the premier fundamentals-based, non-contact football camps in the nation. The camp is located on the grounds of Ohio Dominican University, Columbus, Ohio. Unlike other camps, every camper is coached and treated as if he were like our previous campers #1 NFL draft pick (David Carr, 2002 & Alex Smith, 2005). Our objective is to develop each player to his fullest potential and to teach the fundamentals of his position that are reinforced with hundreds of repetitions at each practice along with emphasizing character development and leadership.
QBR Football Camp is designed to make every player better. “Making Good Players Excellent – Excellent Players Great”
Yes! We have had teams / programs that have brought has many as 20 campers. Please Email US HERE for more information regarding Team Discounts.
While credit card is the easiest, if you would like to register and pay by check, then give us a call at 877-707-6161.
QBR Camp is known for teaching the fundamentals of the passing game. For 46 years, QBR Camp has consistently done it better then any other camp (see testimonials from parents and coaches).
QBR Campers train in groups based on by age, grade and skill level.
We do not offer refunds, instead campers can transfer to another camp or to another camper. We provide the opportunity to purchase camp insurance with TravMark. You can purchase this camp insurance directly after the registration process.
QBR’s Coaching Staff features some of the most knowledgeable and respected coaches in the country.
Our Ohio coaches have been hand selected to prepare your kids for the future. With fundamentals being the core of camp, our campers focused on the basics and not autographs.
With plenty of collegiate and high school coaching experience, Zac Bruney joined Ohio Dominican’s coaching staff in 2013 as the quarterback coach and assistant recruiting coordinator.
Bruney was a standout collegiate athlete at Mount Union, where he quarterbacked the Purple Raiders to a 23-1 record as a starter and was a finalist for the Gagliardi Award as the Most Outstanding Player in Division III. He was a member of two national championship teams at Mount Union as well.
Following his playing career, Bruney served as an assistant coach with Purple Raiders from 2005-07 before joining Toledo’s coaching staff as a graduate assistant. Bruney then returned to Mount Union, where he was the offensive coordinator from 2009-12, coaching four players who are currently playing professional football.
Bruney then spent a year teaching and coaching football in his hometown of Martins Ferry, Ohio.
All fundamentals are key and we are here to teach them! All campers are taught on a 1:10 coach-to-camper ratio!
The following drops/actions and their complimentary pass routes:
Pass routes and their complimentary quarterback actions
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. – Camp Check-In
1 – 2 – Opening Camp Meeting
2-2:30 – 1st Position Meeting
2:30 – 4:30 – 1st Field Practice
5-6 – Dinner
6:30-8:30 – 2nd Field Practice
9-10:30 – 2nd Position Meeting
10:30 – 11 – Snacks
11:15 p.m. – Lights out
7 a.m. – Wake-up
7:30-8:30 – Breakfast
9-11:30 – 3rd Field practice
12-1 – Lunch
2-2:30 – 3rd Position Meeting
2:30-4:30 – 4th Field Practice
5-6 – Dinner
6:30-8:30 – 5th Field Practice
9-10:30 – 4th Position Meeting
10:30-11 – Snacks
11:15 p.m. Lights Out
7 a.m. – Wake-Up
7:30-8:30 – Breakfast
8:45-10:30 – 6th and Final Field Practice
10:30 a.m.-11 a.m.– Camp Check-Out
Dr. Laird Hayes is an educator and National Football League official. He wears the uniform number 125. Hayes is also the President of the Quarterback and Receiver Camp (QBR) in its 50th year of non-contact, football fundamentals training for youth players, grades 6 through 12. QBR schedules six summer camps held in California, New Jersey, Arkansas, Indiana and Georgia.
He graduated from San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, California. Hayes earned his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University, New Jersey, in 1971 and was awarded a Master’s and Doctorate in Higher Education from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1976.
Hayes played on football, basketball and baseball teams in high school, which prepared him for an athletic performance at Princeton. He played on the freshman football team and four years as a catcher for the Princeton Tigers baseball team.
Hayes’ officiating career started with basketball, baseball, and football games in high school and community colleges. In 1983 he was elevated to the Pac-10 as a football official. This was followed with a 1995 appointment to the National Football League roster of officials and his designation as a side judge. During his career in the NFL, he has officiated in three Super Bowls: XXXVI in 2002, XXXVIII in 2004, and XLVI in 2012 (where he made a call which might be consider one of the greatest calls in super bowl history). He also officiated at the 2006 Pro Bowl.
For the 2011 NFL season, Hayes is a side judge on the officiating crew headed by referee Carl Cheffers. The other crew members are Undrey Wash (umpire), Kent Payne (head linesman), Tom Symonette (line judge), Jimmy Buchanan (field judge), and Todd Prukop (back judge). During the 2007 NFL season, Hayes was the SJ on the officiating crew headed by referee John Parry and officiated the NFC Divisional Playoff game between the New York Giants and the Dallas Cowboys.