Ok Gang, some more NFL Star Power. Former Long Island Standout via Hempstead High School, Tim Terry of the Green Bay Packers is coming back to give the campers a taste of what he does when he has to find talent to play at the NFL Level. The Big Daddy Youth Football Camp prides itself on educating our campers with the most experienced, most knowledgeable coaches and players from all levels of football. Tim also played in the NFL for the Bengals and Seahawks and also won a Grey Cup in Canada. HOW is that for experience!!!!!!!!!!!!.
The Big Daddy Youth Football Camp is proud and excited to have 6 year NFL Veteran Defensive End, Corey Wootton as guest Coach at this June's Camp. The great thing about this is that Corey, who grew up in Rutherford, NJ was also Insured by Coastal Advisors, LLC as he was coming out of Northwestern University. All of you parents, coaches and players, come and learn from the BEST and from players that have played at all levels. Stay tuned as we will be listing our guest coaches and celebrities that will be at our camp.
Ok all of you football players that want to learn Defense from THE BEST DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR IN THE NFL, Then all of you players and coaches better sign up to learn from NY Giants Coach Steve Spagnuolo. Steve is coming back for his 2nd year and is so gracious to give up some of his off time to teach, show and educate how to play the game. We Promise to bring you the Best of the Best and most experienced. Keep on watching, the list is growing daily.
The Big Daddy Youth Football Camp is so excited to welcome back Wide Receiver, Mohamed Sanu of the Atlanta Falcons as a guest coach. Mohamed is also coming back to give back to the youth of Long Island. Mohamed played his college football at Rutgers University. We promise to keep bringing in the most experienced coaches and current as well as retired NFL Players and Coaches. Coming to you all on June 26,27,28 2017
2016 Special Guests: ( * = returning guest)
The Big Daddy Youth Football Camp is proud to announce that ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter will be a guest speaker for the 2nd year in a row. How exciting for all the kids to hear the voice live and in person that they watch on a daily basis talking football. Please make sure to stay tuned for updates of guest coaches and speakers at this year's camp.WE are looking forward to coaching our campers and educating them on the game of football.
The Big Daddy Youth Football Camp Welcomes back Rich's college roommate, teammate and brother, Neil O'Donnell. Neil brings so much expierence to all of our campers and he's been a pro bowler, played in 2 Super Bowls and has even worked out and train QB's that are getting ready for the NFL Draft. We promised to bring our campers as much expierence and knowledge as possible. Don't miss out on the chance to learn from current and former pro football players and coaches.
Jim Salgado made his debut as Princeton's co-defensive coordinator a smashing success during the 2013 season. He helped engineer one of the league's top defenses and guided Princeton to its first Ivy League championship since 2006.
Salgado, who also coaches the defensive backfield, helped put eight Princeton defensive players on the All-Ivy League team that season. Three (Anthony Gaffney, Phillip Bhaya and Matt Arends) were starters in his defensive backfield; the fourth starter in the backfield, John Hill, ranked in the top four in the Ivy League in both interceptions and passes defensed.
Under Salgado, Princeton was ranked second in the Ivy League in total defense and rushing defense, and it was third in pass defense. The Tigers had multiple All-Ivy League players at each level, including Bushnell Cup finalist and Senior Bowl invitee Caraun Reid.
Salgado's defense was known for its attacking style, which translated to 23 takeaways during the season. Princeton ranked third nationally in sacks (3.7 per game), fourth in first downs allowed and 13th in third-down conversion defense.
Last season, Salgado's defense produced both the Bushnell Cup winner for Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year (Mike Zeuli), as well as four All-Ivy honorees.
During the 2012 season, Salgado helped coach a much-improved defensive backfield that featured three new starters, including two freshmen. Gaffney earned first-team All-Ivy League honors as both a cornerback and kick returner, while Arends started the final five games of the season at cornerback.
Salgado has been in the Ivy League for six full seasons, as he first gained experience during the 2009 season when he coached linebackers at Cornell.
During his time at Princeton, Salgado has also gained experience by working three NFL internships. He worked with the Houston Texans (2010), the Cleveland Browns (2011) and the Carolina Panthers (2012).
While coaching at Syracuse, Salgado assisted in the development of NFL players Steve Gregory (San Diego Chargers), Tanard Jackson (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Anthony Smith (Pittsburgh Steelers) and Joe Fields (Carolina Panthers). The 2006 team ranked in the top 25 nationally in turnover margin (ninth, 0.92), interceptions (15th, 17) and turnovers gained (22nd, 28). The Orange defense had 48 total interceptions in his four seasons.
Salgado served four NFL Fellowships, spending summers with the Miami Dolphins (1999), San Diego Chargers (2002), Philadelphia Eagles (2003) and St. Louis Rams (2009); he worked with the linebackers during his time with the Rams. He also participated in the NCAA's Advanced Coaching Program and Expert Coaching Program in 2004, as well as the Minority Coaches Forum in 2008.
Salgado joined the Syracuse staff in 2005 after stints as an assistant coach at Northeastern (2000-01 and 2004), Hofstra (1994, 2002-03), Millersville (1997-99) Boston University (1996-97) and Western Connecticut (1994-95). During his time on the sidelines, Salgado mentored corners, linebackers and directed special teams. At Hofstra, he was part of a defensive staff that guided the Atlantic 10-leading pass defense in both 2002 (161.9 ypg.) and 2003 (131.1 ypg.), both of which ranked in the top 20 nationally (13th and ninth, respectively).
A 1993 graduate of Hofstra with a degree in psychology, Salgado was a three-year starter at corner. The Pride advanced to the 1990 NCAA Division III semifinals.
Salgado and his wife, Carolyn, have three children, Jalen, Laila and Lincoln.