Coach Costa is currently a Senior Offensive Analyst for Oregon Football. Prior to returning home to his alma mater he served as an Offensive Analyst for Chip Kelly at UCLA for the 2018 season. Before joining UCLA he served as the Offensive Coordinator and QBs coach at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL. In 2017 he guided the offense for an undefeated team that finished as the #2 team in the country. Prior to IMG, Coach Costa spent three seasons coaching at the University of Oregon. During his time at Oregon the Ducks experienced a high level of success. This included winning the 2014 Pac-12 Championship and the 2015 Rose Bowl. Prior to entering the coaching profession, Coach Costa was a decorated quarterback collegiately for Oregon and scholastically for Hilmar High School. Although he resides outside of the area, Coach Costa has never lost touch with his Central California roots. He understands the importance of enjoying the game of football and maximizing opportunities to learn. He organizes football camps in his hometown to share these valuable lessons with the young athletes of the 209 area code and beyond.
Coach Marques has been the head football coach at Hilmar High School since the 2003. His hiring brought on an immediate resurgence in the Yellowjackets’ program. During his tenure he has brought home numerous league championships as well as elusive section titles. He also recently eclipsed the 100 victory mark as a head coach, doing so in record time. Typically great head coaches are surrounded by outstanding assistant coaches and Frank is no exception to this rule. Many of these assistants will be on hand at the camp as well, providing their knowledge and expertise. His success as a coach is a byproduct of his ability to develop student-athletes and he is renowned for earning the respect and adoration of every player that passes through his program. For many young athletes in the Hilmar area, Frank Marques will ultimately coach them in some capacity. This youth camp will serve as a great introduction for so many young athletes.