Coach Brad has worked with various football teams, including the Bev Facey Falcons Senior team, Sherwood Park Wolverines and the Sherwood Park Bulldogs, helping as a quarterback coach when he’s not playing. He has also coached basketball for the last 6 years, serving as an assistant coach and head coach of the Clover Bar Knights and the F.R. Haythorne Hawks teams. This has provided him with many opportunities to work with young athletes and he is grateful for these chances to connect with players. He believes the key to coaching is to form a connection with athletes, and our job as coaches is to help them develop as athletes but more importantly grow as people.
“I am excited for the opportunity to work with Peak Football and its athletes. I look forward to being part of the development of the players and I’m looking forward to seeing where their future takes them. Football is a great game that provides an environment to develop numerous life skills, let us help you make the most of your opportunities in this game and be great.”
Brad has played football for 16 years. Growing up in Sherwood Park, Brad played football for the Broncos winning a Tier 1 Provincial championship with the Broncos and a Tier 1 City championship with the Bulldogs before moving onto play with the Sherwood Park Wolverines. He played high school football for the Bev Facey Falcons where they went to 2 straight Tier 1 Provincial semi-finals. After high school Brad played 2 years with the U of A Golden Bears before moving onto play 3 years with the Edmonton Huskies, where he won 2 All-Canadian Quarterback awards for the CJFL and was runner-up for CJFL Offensive Player of the Year twice. After completing his Junior eligibility, Brad returned to the Golden Bears and is now in his second year with the team and is currently their starting quarterback.
Brad was recently named a CanWest All-Star as top quarterback in the conference. Additionally, he was honoured as an Academic All-Canadian.
Brad is has completed his combined Bachelor of Kinesiology and Bachelor of Education at the University of Alberta, with a major in Physical Education and minor in Biology. Brad has been subbing with EIPS. Brad is also passionate about developing young athletes’ physical literacy and their ability to perform fundamental movement skill that they can apply to all sports.