Mike Juels is the FOUNDER & CEO of GameBreaker. He not only invented the soft shelled helmet for 7 v 7 football & flag football but pioneered the market as well. This has led to multiple other markets like women’s lax, soccer, volleyball, water polo, field hockey, cheerleading and many other so called “non contact” sports.View Profile
Jimmy Clausen is a former quarterback for the Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens. He was drafted (48th) by the Carolina Panthers in the 2nd Round of the 2010 NFL. In his rookie year for the Carolina Panthers, Jimmy saw playing time In 13 games during the 2010 NFL Season.View Profile
VP of Operations
Kyle Dagan is the Vice President of Operations for Gamebreaker, Inc. He is a former college soccer player for the University of Notre Dame, where he graduated in 2009 as a Big East Academic All-star. ( red-shirt 2005 )
He continued his college career by playing his last eligible season as a graduate student for the Dons at the University of San Francisco.
TERRITORY DIRECTORS & DEVELOPMENT
Noble broke onto the scene at Penn State as a sophomore totaling 22 tackles and two sacks while helping Penn State to an undefeated season and a Rose Bowl victory over Oregon in 1994. Noble became a defensive stalwart for the Lions during the 1995 and 1996 seasons, collecting a combined 125 tackles and 12 sacks. He was named the defensive Most Valuable Player of the 1997 Fiesta Bowl.View Profile
Robert “Gump” May is a high school coaching legend in Pennsylvania. He coached at various high schools in PA from 1971 to present. He was on the original Board of Directors of the P.S.F.C.A. and sat on the Board for 34 years.View Profile
Charles “Chick” Walsh is currently the East Bay Director for Next Level Sports Foundation and Next Level Flag Football. Prior to that Chick has founded many successful businesses in WirelessSolutions, Energy Investments, Real Estate and Restaurants.View Profile
Jason Simmons is a 17-year veteran of coaching football in the State of Indiana. He is the Assistant Executive Director of the Indiana Football Coaches Association after serving as President of the IFCA in 2014. He is entering his 2nd season as the head coach at Noblesville High School in Noblesville, IN and his 4th season as a head coach overall.
Jason has worked at Hamilton Heights High School, Ben Davis High School, and Noblesville High School over his seventeen-year career. As a player, Jason was a Indiana State Champion at Roncalli High School in 1993 and was a four-year letter winner at Miami University, Oxford, OH from 1995-1998.
Jason is a 1999 graduate of Miami University with a Bachelors Degree in Physical Education and Health. He also has a Masters Degree from Ball State University.View Profile
I coached High School Football and College Football. In 2002 I was a part of the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Internship with the Arizona Cardinals. My passion for HS Athletes came from my coaching job at Dallas Carter High School. While at Dallas Carter I had the honor of working for Bruce Chambers, (Now the TE Coach at the University of Texas). I learned a lot about recruiting at Dallas Carter. Our football teams had many Division 1 athletes. We send players to schools like Miami, Notre Dame, Purdue, Texas, Texas A & M, Texas Tech, Baylor, Arkansas, Arkansas State, LSU, Oklahoma State, Tulsa, New Mexico, UCLA, USC etc. There are so many schools, but the truth is that I’m probable missing a lot more. In the 90’s Dallas Carter was a ONE-Stop shop for College Coaches. A Division 1, Division 1-AA or Division 2 coach could stop at Dallas Carter HS and see 30-40 Division 1, 1-AA, or 2, athletes in one practice. I learned to listen to those coaches and ask them what they were looking for. While at Dallas Carter I had the pleasure of meeting Coaches like, Urban Meyer while he was the WR Coach at Notre Dame and now the Head Football Coach at Ohio State University, Kevin Sumlin while he was the WR coach at Purdue and now the Head Football Coach at Texas A & M University, Curtis Luper while he was the DB coach at Stephen F. Austin and now the Offensive Coordinator at TCU, Steve Kragthorpe while he was the WR coach at Texas A & M and now the consultant at LSU, Curtis Johnson while he was the WR Coach at Miami, and now the WR Coach for Chicago Bears, Ron Milus while he was the DB Coach at Texas A & M and now the DB Coach for the San Diego Chargers, Steve Wilks while he was the DB Coach at Notre Dame and now the Defensive Coordinator for the Carolina Panthers. Working at Gamebreaker is something that I really enjoy. It gives me the opportunity to connect with HS and College coaches all over the United States.View Profile
Chad DeGrenier continues a long history of football and his love for the game can be seen both on and
off the field. Coach DeGrenier was born in Phoenix, Arizona on January 13, 1973 to former NFL player
Jack DeGrenier and his wife Debbie. He played two seasons for Grossmont Junior College before
transferring to Washington State University. After college, Coach DeGrenier went on to play AFL
football for seven years. He spent five years playing in his hometown for the Arizona Rattlers. After his
career in football Coach DeGrenier began focusing his efforts on teaching and coaching. He is best
known for his 2006 undefeated season in which his Cactus Shadows Falcons went 15-0. They went
down in Arizona history as the first team to win 15 games and go undefeated while winning the state
Coach DeGrenier was the 2006 Max Preps National Coach of the Year, 2006 Arizona Republic Coach of
the Year, and the 2006 Arizona Cardinal Coach of the Year. In 2008 Coach DeGrenier spent some time
back in the arena league on the other side of the ball as General Manager and Head Coach of the Utah
Valley Thunder, a new arena team in Provo, Utah. Coach DeGrenier is currently the Head Coach of
Mesquite High School in Arizona.
Coach DeGrenier holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Degree from Washington State
University, and a Master’s Degree from Northern Arizona University in Educational Leadership. He is a
strong supporter of Special Olympics and youth sports in the community he lives in.View Profile
Peter Connolly is a former University of Connecticut Football Walk-On player who earned a scholarship from 1992-1996. Played for son of Legendary Notre Dame Head Coach son SKIP HOLTZ. A Full back and Special Teams Standout, played in 44 games after redshirting in 1992. Recipient of the Special Teams Player of the Year Award in 1996 sponsored by Coca Cola.View Profile
Coach Keith Blackmon is the Former Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach at Second Baptist High School in Houston, Texas. In the 4 years Coach Blackmon was running the offense he posted record numbers.View Profile