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The R4 Quarterback School is a 6 week online program consisting of 3 phases that provide a quarterback with the foundation and fundamentals required to excel on the field under pressure.
The R4 quarterback school is an online classroom that will train quarterbacks how to accelerate their ability to read defenses & make good decisions under pressure. R4 creator Dub Maddox will present a variety of courses that apply the principles of R4 on film and the field.
Coach Maddox is the Assistant Head / QB Coach at Union High School in Tulsa, OK. He is also a co-owner and Camp / Curriculum director for QB Collective Academy. He previously served 13 years as the Offensive Coordinator and QB Coach for the nationally ranked 13 time 6A State Champion Jenks Trojans in Oklahoma.
Coach Maddox is considered to be one of the leading experts in QB training and offensive scheme tactics in the country. He is a 4x author and creator of the revolutionary R4 system. The R4 system is a reads and recognition system that is used to accelerate decision making for QB’s and provide sound offensive concepts for their coaches.
"Thank you Coach Maddox. I have purchased my son some R4 books and he wanted to learn more about the R4 system to make him a better QB. This course really advanced my sons Football IQ. It taught him how to read defenses. Also taught him how to put his team in the best play to be successful."
"As a coach I enjoyed being able to take the R4 Basic training course.
It was extremely helpful to be able to watch film from high school, college, and NFL quarterbacks that supported each concept taught.
The material and drills I received will be a great addition to our current QB School.
The R4 system is extremely helpful in taking away the gray area that can be involved in playing QB and will definitely accelerate their decision making process."
"Thank you Coach Maddox for the R4 QB School. One of the best things I’ve ever seen to read coverages and make better decisions. I wish I would have had this last season!"