Football University's Chad Carpenter brings over two decades of offensive knowledge to FBU.

Carpenter was a record setting prep quarterback in Idaho, an all-state selection both junior and senior years. He committed to Washington State University over Arizona and Tennessee. At Washington State, Carpenter moved to wide receiver, where he caught passes from future NFL first-rounders Drew Bledsoe and Ryan Leaf. In three years as a starter, he had more than 350 receiving yards in each. As a senior in 1996, Carpenter led the Cougars with 47 receptions and 8 touchdowns, and as a result was a first-team All-Pac 10 selection. In total he had over 2,000 yards and 17 touchdowns in his college career.

The Arizona Cardinals drafted him in the fifth round in 1997, and Carpenter played on the 1998 Cardinals team that made the playoffs. He spent three years in Arizona and one with the Browns before retiring to the Phoenix area.

Coach Carpenter privately trains quarterbacks at all age levels, and is also the West coast sales director for Football University. Having been an all-state quarterback in high school and a standout wide receiver at the next levels, Coach Carpenter has great training knowledge and phenomenal understanding of both positions.

Chad Carpenter
FBU Quarterbacks Coach
FBU Running Backs Coach
FBU Wide Receivers Coach 
Playing Career
Washington State, WR (1993-96)

Drafted: Round 5 / Pick 139 (Arizona)
Arizona Cardinals (1997-99)
Cleveland Browns (2000)

College Stats

♦ Over 2,000 Receiving Yards
♦ 17 Receiving Touchdowns
♦ All-Pac 10 Selection Senior Year 

FBU Camp Schedule
TBD