November 9, 2015


Coach Michael Greer

Coach Michael Greer

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About Athletes Network

Head Coach Mike Greer trained and has been a trainer and scout for numerous Pro Football teams and leagues. Coach Greer has trained NFL, AFL & CFL athletes.

Coached and played at every level:
–  SFL (Semi-Pro Football) JR. College,
High School and Pop Warner (Youth Football)

–  Blesto (NFL Scouting Combine)
–  Central Valley Coyotes (AF2)
–  NIFL (VP Player Development)
–  Everett Hawks (AF2)

College Experience:
–  Certified College Recruiter
–  Coach, SF Mary’s College

–  Owner of Athlete Network (training and player evaluation services)


Coach Michael Greer

Basketball Background:

Interim Basketball Assistant Coach D1 College

High School Head Coach 3 years

High School Assistant Coach 6 years

J.V. Head Coach 4 years

AAU Head Coach 15 years

Alameda County Director of National Junior Basketball(NJB)

East Bay Association Referee 15 years

Marin CYO Association Referee 20 years

Basketball and Football Camps

Basketball training consist of:
Man on Man Defense
Post play by Big person
Off ball play
Passing Rebounding

Elite Showcase:
3 point contest
Free Throw contest
One on One contest
Elite  Combine :
Timed Drills
25 yard shuttle
Board jump
Vertical jump
Speed Coast to Coast layup drill

Football Resume

Coach Greer’s Bio & Credits

President of Can/AM ROCS Football Camps (

Director of Southern Nevada AAU Football

Director of Football Operations

Scouting and Recruiting UNGL

Founder of

Director of All Scouting And Recruiting for NIFLV.P. Coo of Football Operations for Pro Football Institute

Head Scout Central Valley Coyotes AF2

Director of All Scouting And Recruiting for NIFL
V.P. Coo of Football Operations for Pro Football Institute

Head Scout Central Valley Coyotes AF2

V.P. Player Personnel for National Indoor Football League

President Of Football Operations North American Indoor Football League

President Of  Football Operations/College Scouting Everett Hawks NIFL

President of Indoor Football Players Association

President of Indoor Football Coaches Association

Coached and played at every level:
–  SFL (Semi-Pro Football) JR. College,
High School and Pop Warner (Youth    Football)


– Blesto (NFL Scouting Combine)

– Central Valley Coyotes (AF2)

– San Jose Sabercats (Two times Arena Bowl Champions)

– Vice President Of Player Personal National Indoor Football League

– G.M./ President Football Operations Everett Hawks (NIFL)

–  Central Valley Coyotes (AF2)–  Everett Hawks NIFL

College Experience:
– Certified College Recruiter
– Certified Strength Coach
– Certified NIKE  S.P.A.R.Q Trainer
– Linebacker/Special Teams Coordinator


–  Owner of Athletes Network (training and  player evaluation services)
–  V.P. Football Operations Pro Football Institute


– Speed Agility and Quickness Training
– Strength Training
– Skills and Drills Training Specialist
– Professional Athlete Evaluator
– Athletic Tutor

Coaching Jobs:

– San Ramon Valley High School 2011   HC   ?
– Tri Valley Ranchers NIFL 2007-        HC/OC/GM
– Chabot Jr.   College 2006-              Defensive Coor/Sp/LB?
– Saint Marys College 2002-2003       LB/Special Teams Coordinator
– Chabot Jr. College 2002-2000        Defensive Coordinator DB/WR
– Miramonte High School 1995-2000  Defensive Coordinator DB/QB/WR
– Albany High School 1995-1993       Co-Head Coach
– Kennedy High School 1993-1990    Head Coach


– Tom Flores   Oakland Raiders
– Bob Toledo   University of The Pacific
– Pete Carrol   University of The Pacific
– Ed Donnetell San Fransico Niners
– Bob Cope   University of Arkansas
– Stan Peters Laney College
– Phil Snow Arizona State
– Willie Brown Oakland Raiders
– Jack Taum Oakland Raiders


– Daren Arbet  San Jose Sabercats

– Derrick Mason Stanford University

–Lan Jacobson  Phoenix College

– Vincent White St. Marys College

– Norm Thompson St. Louis Cardinals

– George Atkinson San Jose Sabercats

– Floyd Burnstead Miramonte High School

Coach Michael Greer

Entering his first season with the Saint Mary’s football program is Michael Greer. Greer will coach the Gaels’ inside linebackers and special teams. Greer comes to Saint Mary’s from Chabot Junior College where he was the defensive backs coach from 2000-02.

Greer has been a football coach at the high school, junior college and now at the four-year level for the past 11 years. He worked at Miramonte High School in Moraga for three years, which included one year as the head coach in 1998 and he served as the co-head coach in 1997.

Prior to his three seasons at Miramonte, Greer was the co-head coach at Albany High School and Kennedy High School in 1995 and 1994, respectively. Before making the move back to the high school ranks, Greer served as the head coach/defensive coordinator for the West Valley Spartans for the Diablo Valley Youth Football Organization.

Greer is a 1984 graduate of the University of the Pacific where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Communications. Greer was a two-year letter-winner for the Tigers in football and garnered small college All-American honors and he was a two-time All-Pacific Coast Athletic Association selection.

Following his playing days at Pacific, Greer was a first round selection in the Territorial Draft by the Los Angeles Express of the United States Football League (USFL). After the USFL folded two months later, he was signed by the Los Angeles Raiders of the National Football league to the practice squad in January of 1984. He spent two seasons with the Raiders as a strong safety and special teams player.

Following his time with the Raiders, he had workouts with the Atlanta Falcons,Seattle Seahawks and Detriot Lions of the NFL and also the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League and the Barcelona Dragons of the World Football League.

In addition to his coaching on the football field, Greer currently works for the County of San Mateo Juvenile Hall where he’s been for the past two years. He has also been a scout for the San Jose Sabercats of the Arena Football League, the Athletes Network and he was the Reebok Combine Coordinator in 1996 and 1997. Prior to his time at the San Mateo Juvenile Hall, Greer served as the Director of D1 Athletics where he helped evaluate underclass high school football players.

Michael and his wife Angela have five children Sekai, Sevohn, Sheyenne, Bianca and Troy. The family resides in San Leandro, California and his oldest son, Sekai, played College football for Akron University and Sac State, where he is a tailback on the football team. Sekai also went on to play Linebacker for the Stockton Lightening of Arena Two Football. Sevohn Greer the middle son was a 3 time First Team All-American at the University of Harding at linebacker.

Letters of Testimony and References

My name is Jim Taubert and I am a veteran football coach, having worked on all levels of football including High School, professional, and college. In my career as a player a coach I was able to develop my skills at a very high level of competition and have had the opportunity to play and work alongside some of the best coaches in the profession. Having observed these coaches I have learned a great deal about what it takes to be associated with any level and position in all levels of football .It is because of these experiences that I believe I am capable of distinguishing what characteristics one needs to be capable of developing and administering their duties in a professional football league.

This past summer I contacted a man by the name of Mike Greer , He expressed to me his desires and dreams of helping young men and coaches to develop the skills needed to make it to the NFL. He also noted that many of these people young people do not get exposure and enough discipline in the game of football to eventually get an opportunity.
He did not have to convince me of this need for such a program, I have always thought a league to be run in the spring was needed and this was the right time and place.

Since August 1, 2009 I have worked with Mike at combines for just such a league in Deland, Florida, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Dallas Texas. I have found Mikes abilities to be unsurpassed in the organization and administration of these. He has proven to be dependable, responsible, and of great character. The players and coaches immediately responded to his instructions, as he ran the combines in a professional way. No player or coach left the combine without any doubt that the program was organized and ran professionally.

-Jim Taubert, Coach

For the last several years, I have been a football coach, as well as a mentor to many young men who want to succeed in life. I hope my perspective will be helpful to you as you evaluate this exceptional candidate.

My first contact with Michael Greer was with the National Indoor Football League. He was coaching with us and displayed an incredible sense of organizational, leadership, and a coaching style that was respected amongst the coaching staff as well as the owners of the league. The players adored him as he took the time to assist them with meeting their goals, developed them into the next level, and prepared them for life outside of football.

During the time I have known Michael Greer, he has distinguished himself as a conscientious and energetic pioneer in the fields of leadership, management, and coaching. I have enormous respect for his management and leadership skills, as he has proven this over many times.

I urge you to carefully consider Michael Greer who is, quite simply, the most remarkable leader I have ever met.

-Anthony Galloway, Coach

It does not happen very often in sports that you find a person that has the combination of knowledge, insight and passion to go along with the people skills necessary to work with all levels of ability and personalities. Michael Greer is that person.

With 33 years of coaching experience ranging from NCAA I, Junior College and four professional football leagues where I earned championship rings, I have had the opportunity to work with and observe some of the best teachers in our business. Coach Greer is among the best. He displays compassion along with integrity and works tirelessly to get the most out of each person he comes in contact with. He ensures that everyone he is around feels special and has the knowledge necessary to think “outside the box”. A quote by a former NFL Head Coach that would describe Coach Greer is: “I don’t know how many others there are like him, but it is a short roll call”.

-Bruce Cowdrey, Coach

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