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Gridiron Dreams Football Academy

Our Mission Statement:

At Gridiron Dreams, we believe in respect, camaraderie, work ethic, desire, and humility. Our goal is for our participants to learn to apply these beliefs to the pursuit of their dreams while being mentored by current and former Boise State and NFL players. It is also our belief that the student-athletes will gain a positive role model in one, if not many of the mentors at Gridiron Dreams.

Gridiron Dreams, LLC

Alex Guerrero or Jerard Rabb at

2013 Gridiron Dreams Football Academy

June 01, 2013 - June 02, 2013


At Gridiron Dreams, we believe in respect, camraderie, work ethic, desire, and humility. Our goal is for our participants to learn to apply these beliefs to the pursuit of their dreams while being mentored by current and former Boise State and NFL players. It is also our belief that the student-athletes will gain a positive role model in one, if not many of the mentors at Gridiron Dreams.

Company Overview

Youth Football camp in Boise, Idaho (for now) Gridiron Dreams Football Academy is Youth Football Camp For Athletes by Athletes, Our staff is formed ONLY by Athletes who have reached the Highest Level of the sport of football! We use the experiences and the training we have recieved to reach our Football Goals and encorporated it into the way we teach the Youth a our camps.


Ryan Clady

Drafted by the Denver Broncos in the first round (12th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft, Clady is the highest selected player in Boise State history. Ryan was named a starter for the 2010 Pro Bowl and a First-team All-Pro by the Sporting News and Associated Press after the 2009 season.

Daryn Colledge

Daryn was a four-year starter and a three-time All-Western Athletic Conference selection at Boise State, earning first-team honors in 2004 and 2005 after receiving second-team recognition in 2003. He was drafted in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft, 47th overall, to the Green Bay Packers—becoming the highest player ever drafted from the state of Alaska. Daryn helped the Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl XLV in February of 2011.

Tyrone Crawford

Tyrone Crawford  was the 3rd round pick of the Dallas Cowboys in 2012 NFL Draft. While with the Cowboys, the team will look to use his talent and size to the advantage of the defensive line rotation as he adapts to the pro game. During his final two collegiate seasons at Boise State, Crawford collected 76 tackles, 13.5 sacks, 27.5 tackles for loss, two quarterback pressures, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries – including one for a 32-yard touchdown – and blocked two kicks while starting 11-of-25 contests.

Shea McClellin

Defensive end of the Chicago Bears. Was the 19th overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft. While at Boise State McClellin Started 37-of-49 games (2008-2011)... Totaled 130 tackles (64 solo), 20.5 sacks, 33.0 TFLs and 4 INTs... 2nd team all-American and 1st team all-Mountain West as a senior... 1st team all-Western Athletic Conference as a junior.

Korey Hall

Earned first-team All-Western Athletic Conference honors at linebacker three straight years, finishing his career at Boise State second all-time in tackles in the WAC and fourth in school history. Korey was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL Draft and converted to a fullback and special-teamer. Korey caught Aaron Rodgers' first-ever touchdown pass as Green Bay's starting quarterback. Korey helped the Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl XLV in February of 2011.

Austin Pettis

St. Louis Rams 3rd year wide receiver. Austin Pettis left Boise State as the school's all-time leader in receptions with 229 and touchdown catches with 39. The two-time first-team All-WAC selection also ranks second on the school's all-time receiving yards list with 2,838 for his career. As a senior, Pettis reeled in 71 catches for 951 yards and 10 touchdowns. 

Ryan Winterswyk

Started each of the Broncos' 12 games at defensive end in his final collegiate campaign…named first-team All-Western Athletic Conference for the third-consecutive year…also saw action at tight end due to injuries…nominated for the inaugural Burlsworth Trophy, recognizing college football's most outstanding player whom began his career as a walk-on…registered 42 tackles (19 solo) on the season, including 7.0 tackles-for-loss and 2.5 sacks…Winterswyk enjoyed a highly decorated career at defensive end with the Broncos after joining the program as a walk-on in 2006.

Mike Coughlin

A backup quarterback for the Broncos during some of their most dominant years, Coughlin personified hard work and commitment both on and off the field. Coughlin came into his own in his last few seasons with the Broncos as the option QB and recently impressed NFL scouts to the point that he was featured as one of Sports Illustrated's "Diamonds in the Rough" for the 2011 draft.

Jared Zabransky

Jared Zabransky was Boise State's starting QB from 2004-2007. Zabransky took the reins as the Broncos' starting quarterback in 2004. It was this season that he led Boise State to an 11-1 record; the only loss was to Louisville. He was named honorable mention All-America by Sports Illustrated, second-team All-WAC, and was voted the team's Most Valuable Player. Zabransky is most famous for leading the Boise State Broncos to victory in the 2007 BCS Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.  On April 30, 2007 he signed a free agent contract with the Houston Texans. Zabransky signed with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League on April 27, 2009. In 2009 Zabransky dressed for 18 games as the team's third-string quarterback. He was in for the first play of the game on Sept 20 in Saskatchewan and pitched the ball to Calvin McCarty for a five-yard gain. Zabransky dressed as the team's third quarterback for the Western Semi-Final. In 2010 Zabransky dressed for nine games as a backup quarterback. He was 20-of-43 in pass attempts (46.5%) for 266 yards, two touchdowns and five interceptions
Derek Schouman
Four-year starter at Boise State who was named first team All-WAC in ’06. Derek caught a touchdown pass from WR Vinny Perretta on 4th-and-2 in overtime to cut the lead to one against No. 7 Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl. Drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 2007 draft, and started 12 games for the team in 2008. Had two starts last season before being injured, but Schou is on the comeback trail.

Drisan James

Drisan played his college football at Boise State. During his college career he achieved a total of 115 receptions for 1810 yards. Drisan led the team in receiving yards per game (46.2) and yards per catch (16.8) during the 2006 season and is best known for his performance in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, where he caught two touchdown passes against the University of Oklahoma and helped lead Boise State to a 43-42 victory in overtime.

Alex Guerrero

Co-Founder of Gridiron Dreams Football Academy who was a four year letter winner at Boise State and twice named All-WAC. Since his Bronco playing days Alex has played in the NFL, NFL Europe, and the Arena Football League. Last season with the Boise Burn, Alex led the defensive line in tackles, tackles for loss, pass break-ups, forced fumbles and had 12 total sacks. Alex finished his football career in the AFL with the Arizona Rattlers and currently is the founder and president of Elite Sports Society LLC, a professional athlete branding and marketing agency. 

Jerard Rabb

Co-Founder of Gridiron Dreams Football Academy who was a two-year letter winner at Boise State after starring on the Saddleback Community College team. Jerard is best known for scoring on Boise State's famous Hook and Lateral play in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl. Jerard has since played for the Dallas Cowboys, San Francisco 49ers and the Boise Burn.

Rick Hagedorn

Rick Hagedorn is a professional speed and sports performance coach and a former high school football and track and field sprint coach from Orange County, California, where he coached at Sonora High School in La Habra, Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton and Brea Olinda High School in Brea. Rick is a Nike sponsored speed coach and a certified SPARQ national trainer.

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