Rob Slavens brings college level coaching and professional playing experience to the MWQB Camps team. Coach Slavens played college football at University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse and was a member of the 1995 Division III National Championship team. After brief stints of playing professionally in Europe as well as in the IFL, he began his coaching career with stops at 3 Milwaukee-area high schools. From there, Coach Slavens moved on Wisconsin Lutheran College, and is currently in his 10th year at WLC. He is presently the Quarterbacks Coach and Co-Offensive Coordinator. Rob coached for 22 years with the Jeff Trickey Quarterback Camps. During the off season the Camps have witnessed the likes of many professional and college Quarterback Camps. Tony Romo, Brock Osweiler, Kyle Orton, Tyrod Taylor, and Jared Goff are just a few of the Quarterbacks who were influenced by Coach Slavens all over the country. He is currently in his 6th year as Co-Director of Midwest Quarterback Camps and is also a Physical Education Teacher at The Milwaukee School of Languages within the Milwaukee Public School System. He and his wife Anne reside in Milwaukee with their daughter Amalia.