Texas' Premier Year-Round Long Snapping Camp
Coach Doug Conrey
As a Native Texan, Coach Conrey has spent his entire long snapping and coaching career within the Lone Star State. After becoming a member of Robert E. Lee High School’s elite “Dream Team” hall of fame (where Coach Conrey helped lead the Lee Volunteers through to the 1965 Texas State Championship Game), he quickly advanced to the collegiate playing level at Sam Houston State University as a Linebacker and Long Snapper by recognizing the importance of the long snap during special teams plays.
- San Antonio Robert E. Lee 1964-1967
- Texas Lutheran College 1967
- Sam Houston State University 1968-1971
- Semi Pro (San Antonio) 1972-1978
- Roosevelt HS (Def. Coordinator) 1972-74
- Churchill HS (Def. Coordinator) 1975
- San Antonio Kiwanis All Star Game (Def, Coordinator/ST) 1983-1995
- Robert E. Lee “Dream Team” Selection 1992
- Founder/ Coach Texas Long Snapping 2011-Present
- San Antonio All Star Football Game Player Selection Committee
Beginner to Elite
From basic techniques to mental preparation and goal setting, Texas Long Snapping trains all levels of snappers. Whether you are a beginner or a collegiate prospect, we match the level of instructor to train you to become the very best the long snapper on your high school or college team.
This is Texas Long Snapping
Texas’ only year round instructional long snapping camp; specializing in teaching the science of football long snapping. Our emphasis is on the proper instruction of the mechanics of long snapping, from the beginning snapper, to the collegiate elite.
Camp formats are designed to teach all the techniques, skills, training, and mental preparation needed to reach the athlete’s snapping goals.
Texas Long Snapping is not a national ranking camp. Instead, camp formats are designed to teach all the techniques, skills, training, and mental preparation needed to reach the athlete’s snapping goals. Along with the intensive technique instruction, each athlete will be taught how to make his goals a reality, in order to achieve the desired success at the next level; whether beginner, high school, or college. Training sessions are usually limited to no more than eight long snappers per two hour session.
The cost of greatness
What coaches have to say...
Doug Conrey was an assistant football coach with me at Churchill High School. One of his responsibilities was to work with our centers in deep snapping. Within a very few weeks I began to notice a difference in our deep snapper. The spiral on the snap was tighter and the speed of the snap improved. Anyone who works with that phase of the kicking game knows that the kicker has a minimum of time to execute the kick. The snap is most important in determining the success of punters and field goal kickers. Every young man that Doug Conrey has worked with has improved his deep snap.
Doug Conrey is also a quality person. I know that he loves the sport of football and that he has the great ability to teach long snapping and also to motivate the athlete to work hard at developing this skill. I am confident that any parent or coach who places their athlete under the guidance of Doug Conrey will be pleased with the results."