Jordan Palmer's "QB Summit" Is An Amazing Event For Quarterbacks

We had the opportunity to drop in Jordan Palmer's camp, QB Summit, in the beautiful south Orange County town of San Clemente in early April, and we quickly learned why it's a "must-attend" for up-and-coming quarterbacks.  For those of you unacquainted, Jordan Palmer was 4-year starter at UTEP, breaking multiple offensive records.  Jordan went on to play 8 seasons in the NFL, including stints with the Redskins, Bengals, Jaguars, Bears, and Titans.  Jordan even spend a few years playing backing up his All-Pro brother Carson Palmer with the Bengals.  Jordan is currently very active coaching NFL Draft prep, and has train some of the top guys in the past 4 years such as Blake Bortles, Josh Allen, Keith Price, Sean Mannion and Christian Hackenberg.  That said, Jordan brings a unique perspective when coaching quarterbacks, and we witnessed this first hand.  

The best part about the 3-day QB Summit (powered by Sports Academy) is that it is not exclusive to only a hand-picked group of quarterbacks that are deemed to be "next-up".  This event is open to any up-and-coming quarterback that's ready to soak up a ton of special knowledge from a true QB guru, and his knowledgeable staff.   There were quarterbacks in attendance as young as 10-years old getting reps alongside some of the top high school quarterbacks in the country (some of which compete in the Elite 11!).  USC legend Matt Sanchez and Incoming USC commit JT Daniels even showed up on day 2 of the camp to help the campers get some quality reps in as well as share their personal insights.  

Camp time is split between the field and classroom where Jordan and his staff really teach the campers what is required to be an elite-level quarterback.  Campers also get reps on the sand at a nearby private beach location where parents also get to talk to experts on College exposure, Private Training, 7on7, Social media, Recruiting, Choosing schools and more.