Gary Brown, Dallas Cowboys RB Coach
"I will not coach another without HIGHandTIGHT in my practices. This is an amazing product. The players feel and hear it working."
Matt Jones, former Washington Redskins RB
"If I had that ball in high school, I don't think I would've had a fumble. It's teaching me how to squeeze the ball at the point of contact. Everything has changed about me holding the ball."
RPI College Coach-Ralph Isernia
"Budgets are under heavy scrutiny. Only necessary purchases are allowed. I said the HIGHandTIGHT balls aren’t necessary, they are VITAL!!!"
John Johnson - South Dakota State RB Coach
"We incorporate the HIGHandTIGHT in our drills and hit a significant change on how we carry the football."
HS OC Curtiss Madden, Dana Point, CA
"Thank you Coach Creguer. I should have ordered these 5 months ago!! HIGHandTIGHT is the BEST thing for a running back coach EVER INVENTED!"
HEAD HS COACH, Kevin Townsend, Freeland, MI 100+ HIGH SCHOOL VICTORIES
"HIGHandTIGHT training footballs give us a competitive advantage. We run the ball nearly 95% of the time and we are consistently a playoff team. We even had a playoff season with only ONE fumble from a back up running back (a sub not normally carrying the ball because of our lead). We have consistently protected the ball better than our opponents and going into a game we can see on film whether our opponents use the HIGHandTIGHT footballs."
HEAD HS COACH, Brent Eckley, Jackson, MO 150+ HIGH SCHOOL VICTORIES
"We have used HIGHandTIGHT training footballs for 2 seasons at Jackson High School in Missouri. The HIGHandTIGHT training footballs have helped us immensely in offensive ball awareness and security. The great thing about the footballs is not just holding the football with the proper technique, but actually squeezing the football consistently while running."
Arkansas HS Head Coach- DJ Marrs
“For us at a small school, it’s like Having 2 RB coaches and one of them his only job is to coach ball security, and allows our RB coach to focus on other aspects of the drill. It also creates a more common language than the vague “high and tight”. We get to ask “why isn’t it beeping”. So now they get to breakdown the the form of carrying the ball and address the problem.”