Equipment: Helmet, football shoes, sneakers, shorts/t-shirt, and a football (bring a football similar to the one you will use with your high school team). Note: This camp is open, free of charge, to all coaches and family members of players attending the camp. The Al Fracassa Quarterback Camp has been teaching the fundamentals of high school quarterbacking for 34 years.
Noteworthy camp graduates include Brian Brennan (Boston College & Cleveland Browns), Dave Yarema (Michigan State and Detroit Drive), Jon English (Tulane University), Bob Utter (Iowa State), Matt Baker (North Carolina and Dallas Cowboys), Derek Canine (Southern Methodist University), Doug Pickens (University of Michigan), Mike Cappetto (Duke University), Matt Bitonti (Michigan State), David Sofran (Northeastern University), and Jim Sorgi (University of Wisconsin & Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts).
Coach Fracassa has won numerous state and national Coach of the Year Awards, to include the 1997 NFL High School National Coach of the Year Award. He was a quarterback on Michigan State University's 1952 National Championship team and 1954 Rose Bowl Championship team and has coached Brother Rice High School (MI) to 10 state championships. Coach Fracassa holds the record for Michigan high school football victories (430 career wins).