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Below is a list of previous camp staff who have coached at the Chris Maragos Skills Camps.  Each year, the Chris Maragos Skills Camp has a variety of NFL, college and high school coaches in attendance.

Chris Maragos (DB) - Wisconsin Badgers, Seattle Seahawks: 2009 Team Captain, Honorable mention All-Big Ten, Lead team with 4 interceptions in 2009 and tied for second on team in pass breakups 6, 2009 Wisconsin Player of the Year, 2009 Wisconsin Male Student Athlete of the Year, 2010 Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship Award Winner, 2009 All State Good Hands team. Went from walk on to scholarship team captain.

Taylor Mays (DB) - USC, San Francisco 49ers: 3x All-American and All-Pac 10 selection for the USC Trojans. Ended his junior season as one of the top three finalists for the Jim Thorpe Award given to the nation's best defensive back. Drafted in the 2nd round 49th overall in the 2010 NFL draft by the 49ers.

Luke Swan (WR) - Wisconsin Badgers, Kansas City Chiefs: Elected by his teammates as one of the captains in 2007, played in 28 games, started 16 games, had 60 receptions for 1,046 yards (17.4-yard average) and scored 7 touchdowns in career as a Badger. Known for his grit and passion for the game, Luke went from walk on to scholarship team captain.

JJ Watt (DE) - Wisconsin Badgers & Houston Texans: Recorded 106 tackles,36.5 tackles for loss, 11.5 sacks, four fumble recoveries, and 14 pass breakups in two years at Wisconsin. Lott IMPACT Trophy winner, AP and SI second-team All-American, consensus first-team All-Big Ten, Academic All-Big Ten, Team MVP, Academic All-Big Ten, finalist for the Bednarik and Hendricks Awards. Went from walk on to Scholarship player.

Dre Levy (LB) - Wisconsin Badgers, Detroit Lions:  At Wisconsin Levy finished with 211 tackles (116 solo), 15.0 sacks for minus 105 yards, 28.0 stops for losses totaling 155 yards and 10 QB pressures. Also caused six fumbles and recovered six others, returning one 45 yards, deflected seven passes, intercepted two others and also blocked a kick. In just two years with the Lions he is a solidified starter and has amassed 157 tackles, 3 interceptions, 9 passes defended, a forced fumble and 4 fumble recoveries in just 25 career games (19 starts).

Brian Calhoun (RB) - Wisconsin Badgers, Detroit Lions: Calhoun finished his final collegiate season with a Badger single-season record in total touchdowns (24) and rushing touchdowns (22). He also became only the second player in Big Ten Conference history to rush for over 1,000 yards (1,636) and gain over 500 yards (571) receiving in the same season. Was named to the Big Ten First Team, 2nd Team All-American by the Associated Press Sports Illustrated. Named as a semifinalist for the Maxwell Trophy, Doak Walker Award and blossomed into a Heisman Trophy candidate.

Scott Gajos (LB/DB) - Western Michigan: Appeared in 18 games in his 3 year bronco career. Saw extensive action on defense his junior and senior seasons helping the team provide quality depth and both linebacker and defensive back. Had a sack and had two total tackles vs. Central Conn. State, one of the hardest working guys in the program, went from walk on to scholarship athlete in his tenure as a Bronco.

Brian Troen (OL) - North Dakota: 4x All NCC selection, played in all 49 games in three seasons, including 48 starts, anchored an offense that set school records for touchdowns (60), total yards (5,924) and first downs (299), as well as regular season records for passing yards (2,638) and points (407), named to three straight NCC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Rolls

Brad Thorson (OL) - Kansas Jayhawks: Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Nominee, Big 12 Community of Champions Winner, Academic All-District First Team, Academic All-Big 12 First Team, KU offensive lineman of the year, KU offensive player of the week vs. Nebraska. 2009: KU's top offensive lineman, Academic All-Big 12 First Team.

Drake Otto (DB) - North Dakota:
Appeared in 44 games making 22 starts for the Fighting Sioux. Recorded 98 tackles, 14 break-ups, 4 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles and 1 sack in 4 years at UND. Honorable mention All NCC, 3 time NCC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll and 2009 NFF Hampshire Honor Society Inductee.

Jim Leonhard (DB) - UW, New York Jets:
3x All American, 3x Academic All Big Ten, 3x All Big Ten, 2004 Academic All American, Holds Big Ten record for interceptions in a season (11), 2002 Team MVP, 2 Time Team Captain, Holds UW record for punt return yardage in a season, Ronnie Lott award finalist, Jim Thrope award semi-finalist, went from walk on to scholarship team captain, starting safety for NY Jets top ranked defense, nfl career stats of 278 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 18 passes defended, 5 interceptions, 1TD, 1 FF.

John Clay (RB) - Wisconsin Badgers: 2011 NFL Draft, Doak Walker Award finalist, AP third-team All-American, Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, first-team All-Big Ten by media and coaches, became sixth player in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons, third in school history with 5.43 yards per rush (min. 300 attempts), 41 career rushing touchdowns ranks fifth in school history, as does his 18 career 100-yard rushing games.

Terrance Jamison (DE) - Wisconsin Badgers: Played for the Wisconsin Badgers and is currently a Graduate Assistant with the football program. Has helped coached the Badgers Defensive Line to success for the past two seasons.



Danny Freund (QB) - North Dakota: Freund went 16-6 as a two-year starter for the Fighting Sioux, finishing his career as the program’s most accurate passer. His 68.9 career completion percentage still tops the charts and he also owns the top single-season completion mark of 71.9 that he set as a senior in 2008. He threw for 5,239 yards and 47 touchdowns, which both rank third on the all-time career lists at UND.







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