Lead Quarterback Coach
After a career cut short by concussions, the former All-Canadian Quarterback Will Finch is passionate about helping develop rotational/overhead athletes through the development of the Four Pillars: Biomechanics, Functional Strength, Arm Care & Cognition. Will has played for the Nelson Lords, the Western Mustangs, and helped lead the U19 IFAF Team World and Junior National team to gold medal victories. Will is also a member of the Burlington Stampeders organization and is actively coaching at Nelson High School. In 2017, served as the quarterback's coach for the Laurier Golden Hawks. Will is currently the Quarterback Coach at Western University.
2x OUA MVP…2x OUA nominee for CIS Hec Creighton Trophy… 3x OUA All-Star...2013 Yates Cup Champion...Claude Brown Trophy (Biggest Impact)...Western Mustangs Male Athlete of the Year…2x CIS All-Canadian...Set new Western/OUA records with 3,047 passing yards, and a 70% completion percentage…UWO Bronze 'W' Award...East/West Bowl Participant... 2012 Burlington Male Athlete of the Year
Mike Finch has an excellent understanding of the quarterback position and is in his 10th season as the QB coach at Nelson High School. Mike has attended numerous clinics and has met with NFL/NCAA coaches (such as Tom House and Adam Dedeaux) across North America which has allowed him to analyze and correct the various sequence patterns and deficiencies within the quarterback's delivery. Mike understands the relationship between various rotational sports and looks to correct biomechanical signatures before putting the athlete in competitive scenarios.
Lead Receiver Coach
Josh had a very successful career playing at McMaster University. He participated in numerous Yates Cups as well as the Vanier Cup. He currently serves as the Receiver Coach at Nelson High School and brings a wealth of knowledge from a long playing career. Josh leads the Receivers during our QB/REC Camps across Ontario.