Football Consultant /Quarterbacks and defensive backs Developer
Lopez is a native of New York growing up in the Bronx where he attended High School at Felisa Rincon De Gautier Institute for Law and Public Policy, he Played Quarterback for Stevenson Campus Ambassadors. There Lopez Lettered in Football as well as Track and Field. Collegiately, Lopez attended ASA Junior College who routinely finishes top ten in the country each season. Lopez then attended Fitchburg State where he majored in Criminal Justice and psychology. After a season at Quarterback and a shoulder injury Lopez made the move to Defensive Back where he dominated before an ACL injury ultimately ended his collegiate career. In 2018 Lopez coached Defensive Backs at Lunenburg High School in Central Massachusetts, with a school record 14 team interceptions, were the number one seed heading into playoffs for the first time in 20 years. Lopez has recently accepted a job at leominster high school coaching quarterbacks and defensive backs.
As a former collegiate quarterback, RECEIVER and defensive back, former semi-pro quarterback, and current high school football coach, he understands the necessary tools and skill sets needed to excel at the sport at its highest level. Coach Lopez’s goal will always be to get the student athlete to compete at the next level with confidence.
scrambling quarterback techniques, out of the pocket throwing mechanics and on-The-Run decision making
Jay is a Lunenburg native. he is pursuing a degree in Business Marketing. He played football from ages 7-18, and has always been taught that knowledge in football is half the game.Standing at only 5 foot 9 (5 foot 10 if he’s lucky), he needed to know the game in order to be successful. through COACHING, hep gained ability to understand the game and think on hisfeet. Senior year his team transitioned to a pistol offense, to be able to pass much more, and that is where I felt the most comfortable. He threw for just under 2,000 yards, and rush for just under 1,000 yards, and finished the year with 29 total touchdowns. Hr was chosen as his league’s offensive most valuable player and was a divisional and league all star. having a father who has coached for 30 years, along with a very supportive family, and many other talented coaches who put him in the positions to succeed.
from the first day he met coach Lopez and the QB1 team, he felt right at home. When he was playing, he never had access to a program like QB1 and is excted to provide athletes with an elite football DEVELOPMENT program.