Quarterbacks | Wide Receivers | Defensive Backs | Running Backs | Linebackers

Want to be Canada’s next TOP PROSPECT? Development for an athlete in any given sport starts at a very early age. For QBs and skill position players… The sooner they can start to understand how to read coverages on offence and route combinations on defence, the more success they will have throughout their career. Players that attend this 1-Day Passing Camp will be put through position-specific developmental passing drills taught by professionals, including CFL Hall of Fame QB Damon Allen, and other all-star athletes who have all played at the professional level. Each participant in this Academy has the opportunity to become a success story through the support of dedicated and experienced professionals.


Location: Philip Pocock Secondary School
4555 Tomken Rd, Mississauga, ON L4W 1J9

Date: Sunday – October 1st, 2017

Time: 1pm – 3pm

Age Groups: 9-13 & 14-18

Cost: $40


The Damon Allen Quarterback Academy was launched in 2011 in which he personally teaches the skills and strategies of quarterbacking to students of all ages and skill levels. You will be learning from a CFL Legend, Hall of Fame QB Damon Allen. He is currently second in all-time professional football passing yards and second in all-time CFL passing yards. He is (in both the NFL & CFL) Pro-football’s combined passing & rushing leader with a total of 84,301 yds.Screenshot_2017-04-30-18-45-24_20170430190043975

Allen retired as professional football’s all-time leading passer with 72,381 passing yards after he surpassed Warren Moon’s total of 70,553 yards (in both the CFL & NFL combined) on September 4, 2006. Allen is the younger brother of Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back Marcus Allen.

Allen has been mentioned as one of the greatest CFL quarterbacks of all time after winning four Grey Cups with four different teams, he also was a three time Grey Cup MVP. In 2005 he was the CFL Most Outstanding Player at 42 yrs. old, becoming the oldest MVP of any North American sports franchise. In 2012, he was elected into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

For more information, please email us at: info@idffl.com or call 647.550.7589.