Brian Brazil, 2000 - Present Head Coach, Hebron High School
Head Coach for 4a Division II 2005 State Championship:
Troy Kokjohn’s junior season was spent as the deep snapper for the Hebron Hawks state championship team in 2005. As a senior his primary role continued to be as a deep snapper but contributed quite a bit as an offensive lineman that rotated in frequently. Upon graduation he walked-on at UNT with his role being deep snapper and scout team offensive lineman. Through his hard work and determination he worked his way into the spot as starting deep snapper as well as earning a scholarship for his final two seasons at UNT. I will send any and all of my deep snappers to Troy for training and knowledge of the art of deep snapping. Troy’s hard work and determination is what makes him a success. I know the athletes that are trained by him will be prepared to be the best. I encourage any and all coaches to send their deep snappers to Troy Kokjohn, because they will be prepared greatly. We all know, we can think of a game or games we lost, where a bad snap or inconsistency in this area, cost you a football game. Time spent with Troy Kokjohn will be time well spent. Give him a chance to train your snappers, he will make them better.
My son is soon to be a freshman at a 5A high school and as an aspiring deep snapper and center. We enlisted the services of Kokjohn Long Snapping and have seen immediate results. I was extremely impressed with the teaching that Troy provided my son and would highly recommend him to any parent looking to give your son a unique advantage over his competition. The Kokjohn’s are loyal supporters of North Texas Athletics so if you bleed green like me, please spread the word about their great program to your friends and family.
- Harry Miers
Creator & Owner of University of North Texas Fan Board GoMeanGreen.com
Vice President of Sales for The Miers Group LLC
As the play by play announcer for the University of North Texas Football Team, I have watched Troy Kokjohn be a consistent long snapper for the last four seasons. On a personal note, Troy has been helpful in teaching long snapping skills to my son, Blake who was the backup long snapper to Troy for the Mean Green.
- George Dunham
University of North Texas Football Play by Play Announcer 1994 - Present
Dunham & Miller Sports Radio Talk Show on 1310 "The Ticket" 1994 - Present
Graduate of the University of North Texas 1988
Troy Kokjohn was a good long snapper, honor student and role model for the North Texas Mean Green. He walked on at North Texas and earned a scholarship through his hard work and performance. The North Texas punt team in 2011 led the Sun Belt Conference in punting average and 9th in the nation in Net Punting. He consistently had quality punt snaps to the 2011 Sun Belt Conference First Team Punter who was also on the Ray Guy Watch List. From his long snapping experience and work ethic, Troy would do a great job as a long snapping instructor.
- Dan McCarney
Head Coach, University of North Texas 2011- present
Assistant Head Coach, University of Florida 2008-2010
Assistant Head Coach, South Florida University 2007
Head Coach, Iowa State University 1995-2006
Defensive Coordinator, University of Wisconsin, 1990-1994
Assistant Coach, University of Iowa, 1977-1989
After finishing my football career at North Texas, I wanted to try out for the Canadian Football League. I knew I would need to learn a second football position in order to stand out more to the scouts. I approached North Texas Long Snapper, Troy Kokjohn, asking him to teach the art of long snapping to me. Troy did a very good job with teaching me how to long snap. I would highly recommend his services to anyone who wants to improve their long snapping skills.
- Victor Gill
Graduate Assistant Offensive Line Coach at the University of North Texas in 2011
Three Year Starting Offensive Tackle at the University of North Texas from 2008-2010
First Team All Sunbelt Conference Offensive Lineman 2010
Troy Kokjohn worked with my son, Jake in December of 2011. Troy is a good long snapping instructor and should do well! I appreciate the time he spent working with Jake.
- John Rule, Moore, OK