ABOUT ALL EYES DB CAMP OWNER CHAD WILSON
All Eyes DB Camp is owned by Chad Wilson. Wilson has been coaching, teaching and mentoring football players at the youth, high school, college and professional level for over 14 years.
Wilson was a standout running back, defensive back and return man at Canyon Spring High School in Moreno Valley, California where he earned all All Riverside County, Mountain View League and CIF honors his senior year. After high school Wilson received a scholarship to California St. University Long Beach to play for legendary coach George Allen. Wilson started several games as a freshman at Long Beach St. and enjoyed a solid career as a 49er before the program cut football at the conclusion of the 1991 season. After being heavily recruited, Wilson received a scholarship to play for the defending national champion Miami Hurricanes. As a Hurricane, Wilson earned All Big East honors his senior season after nabbing 3 INTs and 11 PBUs as a key member of the #2 ranked pass defense in college football in 1994. Wilson signed with the Seattle Seahawks as a rookie free agent after college and spent one season with the club.
Wilson began his coaching career in 2003 at West Pines Optimist where he was a member of the coaching staff for two AYFL Super Bowl winning teams. In 2007 Wilson coached at Archbishop McCarthy high school where he took on several roles including wide receiver coach, defensive back coach, offensive coordinator and head coach for final game of 2007 season which the Mavericks won 52-24. In 2008 Wilson began a six year coaching career at University School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida under head coach Roger Harrriot. Wilson would coach wide receivers, defensive backs and handle duties as both offensive and defensive coordinator during his time at University School. Wilson was the defensive coordinator for University School’s state 3A championship team in 2012. During his time at University School, Wilson developed and mentored over a dozen Division I athletes that have gone on to have solid college football careers. Wilson most recently was the defensive coordinator and defensive back coach at American Heritage High School in Plantation, Florida under former NFL All-Pro Patrick Surtain. He was the defensive coordinator and defensive back coach for American Heritage’s first ever undefeated state championship team in 2016 and was again the defensive coordinator and DB coach for the 2017 which repeated at Florida 5-A state champions.
In his seven years coaching defensive backs at the high school level, 15 of his athletes have gone on to play Division-I football, four have been Rivals Top 100 rated athletes and for the only time in recruiting history, Wilson coached the #1 and #2 ranked cornerbacks in the country in Patrick Surtain (Alabama) and Tyson Campbell (Georgia).
Throughout his time as a coach, Wilson has trained athletes in offensive and defensive techniques as well as speed training. However, coverage technqiues for cornerbacks, safeties and linebackers is Wilson’s specialty. Wilson has worked with the likes of Tony Villani of XPE Sports, Ken Mastrole of Mastrole Passing, Fit-Speed performance training in Weston, Florida as well as with coaching staffs at the University of Miami, Florida, Alabama, USC, Ohio St., Auburn, Florida St., Notre Dame and South Florida. Wilson has also been a solid member of the elilte 7-on-7 South Florida Express team serving as both offensive and defensive coordinator.
Wilson’s two sons are defensive backs. His oldest, Quincy Wilson is a former starting cornerback for the Florida Gators and current starter for the Indianapolis Colts after being selected in the 2nd round of the 2017 NFL draft. His younger son, Marco, was a 4-star rated cornerback at American Heritage School and was named All SEC Freshman team as the starting cornerback for the Florida Gators in 2017.
Wilson also owns the highly popular college football recruiting website GridironStuds.com.
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Just SOME of the athletes Chad Wilson has worked with:
Nolan Carroll CB (Philadelphia Eagles)
Sean Smith CB (Oakland Raiders)
MacKensie Alexander CB (Minnesota Vikings)
Justin Simmons S (Denver Broncos)
Ryan Smith CB (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Quincy Wilson CB (Miami Dolphins)
Marcus Maye S (NY Jets)
Duke Dawson (Denver Broncos)
Chris Thompson WR (Houston Texans)
Quinton Dunbar CB (Washington Redskins)
Teez Tabor CB (Chicago Bears)
Marcus Roberson CB (Buffalo Bills)
Xavien Howard (Miami Dolphins)
Jordan Lucas (Kansas City Chiefs)
Cordrea Tankersley (Miami Dolphins)
Bobby McCain (Washington Football Team)
Minkah Fitzpatrick (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Tony Lippett (NY Giants)
Rasul Douglas (Green Bay Packers)
Jeremy Boykin (Seattle Seahawks)
Mike Hylton (Cincinnati Bengals)
Pierre Desir (Seattle Seahawks)
Kenny Moore II (Indianapolis Colts)
Xavier Rhodes (Indianapolis Colts)
Tyson Campbell (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Pat Surtain (Denver Broncos)
Eric Rowe (Miami Dolphins)
Noah Igbinoghene (Miami Dolphins)
Isacc Yiadom (Houston Texans)
Armani Oruwariye (Detroit Lions)
Darius Slay (Philadelphia Eagles)
Anthony Harris (Philadelphia Eagles)
Emmanuel Mosely (San Francisco 49ers)
Jevon Holland (Miami Dolphins)
Will Harris (Detroit Lions)
Trevon Diggs (Dallas Cowboys)