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We encourage players to do a little bit extra. Our small group training is available to players grades 5-12. We offer on the field training through any of the coaches listed below. Every time you step into one of our private sessions you will have access to some of the very best coaching available to aid your performance.
Below is a list of our professional coaches who are available for Private and Small Group Training. Please contact us directly via the form below to connect with an instructor and schedule an appointment. Once scheduled, you will be connected to our registrar, to make payment.
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Michigan Elite Football Club, 237396 Scott Drive, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
QUARTERBACKS: Coach Mill Coleman
A former Farmington Hills Harrison High School three time All-State Quarterback, All-American Quarterback and MVP recipient of two state championships. He was selected as the Michigan High School All-Decade Dream Teams quarterback and team captain (1980-1990). Mill is a former Michigan State University captain, three year starter (quarterback, receiver, running back and punt returner). During his time at MSU, Mill was once named MSU Team MVP. After college, Mill went on to play professionally with the Chicago Bears (2 years) and Montreal Alouttes (2 years) before a knee injury ended his career
RECEIVERS: Coach Neal Mozdzierz
Neal graduated from Royal Oak Kimball HS and went on to attended Ferris State University, where he was part of 3 league championship teams. He held school records for receptions in a single season, career and touchdown receptions in a season. Neal has served as offensive coordinator for the USA Football Developmental Games in Canton, Ohio.
RUNNING BACKS: Coach Terry Battle
Terry Battle attended Sweetwater Union High School in San Diego, California where he earned 1st Team All Metropolitan and Offensive Player of the Year honors while being heavily recruited by multiple Division 1 powerhouses nationwide. Terry went on to become a Sun Devil at Arizona State University, where he was named as a Sporting News 1st Team All American and All Pac-10 selection while also being recognized as #1 for kick returns in the nation. After being selected in the NFL draft during his true Junior year in college, Terry went on to play two seasons with the Detroit Lions followed by a stint with the Arizona Cardinals. Terry also went on to have a successful career in the NFL Europe and the XFL. To this day, Terry holds records in both the NFL Europe and at Arizona State University for rushing touchdowns in a single season and the two longest carries in a single game.
While coaching, Terry sheds light on the importance of hard work and education while also providing a hands on style to improve players’ ball handling skills, fluidity in routes and speed. Mr. Battle holds a Master’s Degree in Special Education and spends his time working with underprivileged youth both on and off the field.
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN: Coach Leon Jefferson
A state champion at Harrison High School, Coach Jefferson has coaching experience on the JV and Varsity levels as a defensive and offensive line coach. Leon has also coached the Elite Football Camp Series the past 5 years
DEFENSIVE LINEMEN: Coach Dennis Parker
Coach Parker works the Elite Football Camp circuit and served as defensive coordinator and talent evaluator for USA Football and the U15 Developmental Games. Parker has also won multiple high school football state championships as an assistant coach and coordinator.
LINEBACKERS: Coach Romond Batten
Coach Batten, with years of speed and performance training experience, is a Defensive Coach/Coordinator with Michigan Elite Football Club and also works the Elite Football Camp circuit . He also served as linebacker coach and talent evaluator for USA Football and the U15 Developmental Games. Coach Batten is a member of the Catholic League Hall of Fame.
DEFENSIVE BACKS: Coach Earnest Thomas
Earnest Thomas III attended Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Preparatory High School. Earnest ranked No. 13 on The Detroit News Blue Chip earning him a scholarship to the University Illinois where he became a starter and standout safety in the BIG TEN.