Craig Nall was born in Alexandria, LA and attended LSU on a full scholarship. He transferred to Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, LA for his last year of eligibility, where he set several records in his one year as a Demon. Craig was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 5th round (164th overall). He played four and a half seasons with Green Bay, a year and a half with the Buffalo Bills and parts of two seasons with the Houston Texans. Craig also played in NFL-Europe in 2003, where he led the league with 18 passing TDs and a QB rating of 95.9. In 2006 Craig was inducted into the Scottish Claymore’s Hall of Fame.
Since retiring in 2008, Craig has been conducting private quarterback lessons in DFW through his company QB1 Sports, LLC. Craig is also a core staff member of TDFB (Trent Dilfer Football), where he acts as a lead instructor for all Elite 11 “Campetitions” throughout the country. Craig has also served as a lead position coach at many USA Football Development Camps. He also served as the Director of Football Operations for 2 years for a company that conducted youth football camps.
“I was blessed to have played 7 years in the NFL. Now that my playing days are over, I am committed to providing the next generation of players with the same opportunities I had. I give honest evaluations and equip each client with the proper tools and necessary training to truly become a better QB. The keys to becoming a successful quarterback and leader on the field can be taught. That is why I love to coach. For every kid who dreams of being a star quarterback someday, I am here to provide a path to realize those dreams.” Craig Nall