Important Message: MWQB Camps to merge with Jeff Trickey Quarterback Camps in 2019

We are proud to announce that MWQB Camps with be teaming up with Jeff Trickey Quarterback camps during the upcoming camp season in 2019.  We are so fortunate to have been able to share, teach, lead, and develop many Quarterbacks throughout the mid west the last 6 years.  We are excited to get back to work with our former high school head football coach in order to help make Jeff Trickey Quarterback Camps one of the best Quarterback experiences in the country.  In the past, we have worked for Coach Trickey during his start up and there on for over 20 plus years.  After a 6 year hiatus we are so fortunate to have the opportunity to "get the band back together again".  For any more information please go to  


With much love,

Rob Slavens, 

Bill Altmann

and our former MWQB staff..

Brian BrunnerBrian Brunner joins the MWQB Camp staff boasting a career that includes playing and evaluating the quarterback position at the highest level.

A three-year letter winner and captain at Central Michigan University, Brunner was part of two-Mid-American Conference championship teams and played in three Motor City Bowls during his tenure with the Chippewas. In 2008, Brunner earned MAC West Player of the Week honors twice and was also named Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week for his school-record breaking 485 yard performance in a win over Indiana. Brunner also earned a “helmet sticker” from Reece Davis for his part in a 38-28 win over archrival Western Michigan.

A standout off the field as well, Brunner was a two time Academic All-MAC performer and was designated a National Football Foundation Hampshire Society member in 2008. In 2009, he was named as the first ever recipient of the NCAA’s Jim McKay Award. In 2009 Brunner was also named as a Strength and Conditioning All-American by the National Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.

After leaving CMU, Brunner spent a summer as a scouting intern for the Green Bay Packers working alongside and learning from current Packers General Manager Ted Thompson as well as three other current NFL GMs. He then went on to follow in the footsteps of MWQB Camp Director Rob Slavens by playing for the Schwaebisch Hall Unicorns of the German Football League.

Brunner has had the privilege of learning under some of the game’s finest coaches at various points in his career. As a two-time all-state quarterback at Hartford High School, he played for his father, WFCA Hall of Fame Member and current WFCA Executive Director Dan Brunner. At Central Michigan, Brunner played for two of the profession’s rising stars, current Notre Dame Head Coach Brian Kelly and current Tennessee Head Coach Butch Jones. Overseas, he had the unique privilege of playing for Sigi Gehrke, the head coach of the two-time GFL Champion Schwaebisch Hall Unicorns. Brunner also worked alongside WFCA Hall of Fame Coach Jeff Trickey as a member of his quarterback camp staff for eight years.

Brian is currently a member of South Dakota State University’s Athletic Administration as the Assistant Athletic Director-Annual Giving. He and his fiancée Melanie Meidl reside in Brookings, South Dakota.


Bill Altmann
Bill Altmann brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in coaching and training quarterbacks to MWQB Camps.
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Rob Slavens
Rob Slavens brings college level coaching and professional playing experience to the MWQB Camps team.
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Brian Brunner
Brian Brunner boasts a career that includes playing and evaluating the quarterback position at the highest level.
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Kevin Brockway
Kevin brings high level playing experience and years of training QBs to Midwest Quarterback Camps.
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Tom Sawyer
Tom Sawyer brings experience and leadership skills to Midwest Quarterback Camps.
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Jake Marshall
Jake brings a wealth of knowledge and talent to our staff.
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Anthony Rodriguez
"AROD" played and started at Quarterback for the Wisconsin Lutheran College Warriors.
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