Check out Coach Rickey at the start of a new Auburndale High football season!
Coach Rickey is a six-time Super Bowl winner with nearly a decade in the business. His excellence as a coach is apparent in his nine Super Bowl appearances. Always willing to go the extra mile there is nothing Coach Rickey would not do for his team. It is not just a game for him, but a way to make a lasting contribution to those he coaches as well as in the community.
Passionate about football and known for his dedicated work ethic, Coach Rickey serves as a strong mentor who pushes both the kids and adults under his tutelage to be the best they can be – not just in football, but in life.
Football teaches boys the skills necessary to become well-rounded, prosperous young men. Under a watchful eye, they will learn more than the basics of football. They will learn strength, discipline, and determination which will carry with them into adulthood.
High school football is a vital asset to every community. For some, involvement in a sport keeps them out of trouble. For others, high school football is a chance to hone their skills for a future in college ball – and maybe even the NFL.
Arena football allows adults to play in a safe yet highly competitive environment. Skilled athletes of various ages are given the ability to continue honing vital skills and stay physically fit. Participation like this is beneficial to all ages.
Coach Rickey aims to instill the core principles of sports into each of his team members – child and adult alike. This includes good sportsmanship, a strong self-discipline, and the determination to keep going when things get tough.
Each person coached will be pushed to be the very best athlete they can be. The training aims to increase endurance, agility, stamina, and reaction times. Coach Rickey recognizes that instilling a strong work ethic in his team members is vital to their success both on and off the field.
All of this is learned in a fun, safe environment that is tailored specifically towards the age range and skill set of the team – whether youth, high school or arena football.