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Football - Area Scouts

Our Football Team

Mike Hollis

FOOTBALL – National Director Of Football/
Director of Kicking & Punting

Mike began his kicking career back in 1985 serving as the kicker on his junior high school football team and continuing throughout high school, college and eventually the NFL. After high school, Mike chose to play at the community college level and eventually walked on at the University of Idaho (Division 1-AA). He began his professional career in 1994 with the San Diego Chargers (pre-season) followed by 7 years with the Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 year with the Buffalo Bills, and 1 year with the New York Giants, until his retirement in 2003.

During that time (including playoffs) Mike played in 132 NFL games connecting on 216 of 268 field goals (80.6%), and scoring 949 points including a consecutive streak of 20 field goals. Mike was voted AFC Special Teams Player of the Week 7 times and was selected to the 1998 Pro Bowl after leading the NFL in scoring with 134 points.

Mike presently holds some very impressive rankings in NFL history. He sits atop some of the highest percentages in field goals over 50 yards (13/19, 68.4%); high accuracy over 40+ yard field goals (63/92, 68.5%); top 10 in field goal accuracy in the playoffs (16/18, 88.8%); and an overall field goal accuracy (80.0%).

David Fales

FOOTBALL – National Director of Quarterbacks

David played high school football at the Palma School in Salinas California. David began his college career as a redshirt freshman at the University of Nevada. After transferring to Monterey Peninsula College (JC) and playing for two years, David landed at San Jose State.

With Fales as a 2-year starter, the Spartans went 11–2 in 2012 with the school’s first-ever BCS ranking, first AP Poll ranking since 1975, and first bowl game berth since 2006. With 31 touchdown passes in his first year with San Jose State, David was the most accurate FBS quarterback for the 2012 season and was MVP of the 2012 Military Bowl. He left the school as the all-time leader in every significant passing category.

Upon graduating, David was selected by the Chicago Bears ins the 6th round of the NFL Draft.  Following his stint in Chicago, David was a member of the Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets.  David was 29-43 for 265 and a TD in two games for the Dolphins in 2017.

Reggie Rusk

FOOTBALL – National Director Of Defensive Backs

Coach Reggie Rusk played football for the University of Kentucky and continued his football career as a NFL cornerback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Reggie Learned early what it takes to become successful. He knows first-hand what a disadvantage it can be to not have the proper information and resources. Reggie has been assisting young athletes for the past 12 years, giving them instruction on how to be successful on and off the field. He has helped so many athletes reach their fullest potential, many of them attending universities such as Texas, Texas A&M, Houston Baptist, Texas state, Kingsville Texas, ETBU, Mc Neese Univ, North Western, Notre Dame, Univ of Houston, Navy, Air Force not to mention, multiple smaller universities and junior colleges.

Johnathan Haggerty

FOOTBALL – National Director Of Wide Receivers

Johnathan joins the Area Scouts team following a decorated collegiate career, plus 9 years of professional football experience under his belt.

Johnathan attended Dallas Lincoln High School (TX) where he only started 1 year of high school football. He would lead the team that year in Yards, Catches, and Touchdowns. Upon graduating, he opted to play college football at Division II Southwestern Oklahoma University where he started as a true freshman, and went on to earn 3 All-Conference selections and became the Bulldog’s all-time leader in Receiving Yards, Catches, and TD’s.

In 2010, Johnathan launched his professional career by signing with the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent.  His NFL journey also took him to stints with the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots.

Johnathan then played for 6 different teams in the Arena Football League, capturing the Arena Bowl Championship in 2015.

He currently lives in Dallas and is a current Youth Camp Coach for The NFL’s Dallas Cowboys.

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