JC Boice is a Senior Level Quarterback Coach and Managing Director for the National Football Academies (NFA). Coach Boice thrives on developing quarterbacks.
Born into a football family, Boice has played and coached the quarterback position for over 20 years. With a complimentary background in mechanical engineering and design, Coach Boice has risen as one of NFA’s premier throwing mechanic instructors. Traveling around the US and Canada Coach Boice is well known for helping QBs improve all aspects of their game, including arm strength, accuracy, speed of release, mental toughness and game preparation.
Coach Boice is a regular speaker and presenter for the Glazier Coaching Clinics, the US’s largest football coaching clinic tour with over 34,000 coaches as active members. Coach Boice also is a regular consultant and motivational speaker leading on team-building and is particularly focused on community based mentoring and development of life skills in young men through football.
In addition to leading NFA quarterback trainings and presenting, Coach Boice uses his business acumen in managing NFA’s New Business Development and Strategic Alliances. He has been a driving force behind NFA’s national branding and growth, including the launching of the NFA Nation Blog, NFA Watchlist, The Duel National Quarterback Competition, The Future All-Americans Bowl Showcase Event and NFA Blackshirt Academy.
When he’s not traveling for NFA Coach Boice resides with his wife Janine and their five children Court, Karter, Brook, Jordan and Landon in Victoria, BC.
In 2015 Coach Boice took over as Head Coach for Victoria’s CJFL (Canadian Junior College) team the Westshore Rebels. Prior to Coach Boice’s arrival the Rebels had been struggling with 5 straight losing seasons. Coach Boice turned things around quickly. In 2016 the Rebels finished 10-1-1 and the #2 ranked team in Canada. Boice was named both the BCFC and CJFL Coach of the Year.