Leadership

About: Capital QB’s

About Coach Ron Raymond

Capital QB’s was founded by 8-time champion Head Coach Ron Raymond of Ottawa, Ontario in June 2011. Coach Ron Raymond has played and coached the Quarterback position in the Ottawa area for over 30 years and has helped developed hundreds of amateur and university quarterback and players since he started the school in 2011.

Coach Ron’s Coaching Philosophy

Coach Raymond credits his military background with a lot of his team success, as preparation and structure is one of the key fundamentals to a championship season. Every year, the biggest challenges coaches encounter entering a new season, is the “buy-in” from coaches, players, and organisations.

If you don’t get the buy-in from the beginning of training camp, I can assure all new and upcoming coaches, you’ll be in for a long season. However, that’s why we coach the game of football, the ultimate challenge of taking a new team every season and getting them to raise their work standards and work as a team to find success one practice at a time.

Career Highlights

  • 8-Time Regular Season and Playoff Championships Wins
  • 4-Time City & Provincial Coach of the Year
  • International QB Coach Team Canada 2012
  • Ottawa Gee Gees QB & Receiver Coach
  • Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) GM 2015-2017

Coaching experience

  • 2024 Season: Offensive Coordinator & QB Coach Myers Riders Senior (OSFL)
  • 2023 season: Quarterback Coach St. Matthew Tigers High School (Ottawa)
  • 2023 season: Gatineau Gaulois U19 Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020-2021: Pandemic
  • 2019 Orleans Raftsmen Head Coach – QMFL Coaching Staff of the Year (Division 1)
  • 2019 Orleans Raftsmen Head Coach – QMFL Doug Britton QMFL Champions (Division 1)
  • 2019 Orleans Raftsmen Head Coach – QMFL Bruno Heppell Division – Regular Season Champions (Division 1)
  • 2018 Orleans Raftsmen Head Coach – QMFL Wilbert Scott Champions (Division 2)
  • 2018 Orleans Raftsmen Head Coach – QMFL Coaching Staff of the Year (Division 2)
  • 2018 season: NCAFA Team-613 U17 Offensive Coordinator (Spalding Cup)
  • 2017 season: Offensive Coordinator St. Matthew High School
  • 2016 season: Offensive Coordinator Cumberland Panthers JV. (OVFL)
  • 2015 saison: Coordonnateur offensif École-Secondaire Franco-Cité (AA Champions)
  • 2015-2017: General Manager Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC – Minors and Underclassmen)
  • 2015 saison: Coordinateur offensif des Faucons de Franco-Cité (Champion classement général)
  • 2015 season: Head Coach & OC Cumberland Panthers (OVFL Sr. – 5-3 – 2nd round of Playoffs)
  • 2015 season: OVFL All Star Coach of the Year (Wettges Conference)
  • 2014 season : Head Coach & OC Cumberland Panthers (OVFL Sr. – 4-4 – 1st Round of Playoffs)
  • May 2014: Guest Coach Super Elite Football Camp
  • April 2014: Guest Coach at Touchdown Camp in Ottawa
  • 2014 Certified Quarterback Coach (Football Canada)
  • 2014 season: Ottawa Gee-Gees QB & Receiver Coach
  • 2013 season: Ottawa Gee-Gees QB & Receiver Coach
  • 2013: Ottawa Sooners Guest Coach (Passing Camp June 2013)
  • 2013 season: NCAFA Coach of the Year (Midget League)
  • 2013 season: Head Coach & Offensive Coordinator Orleans Bengals Midget U20 Team (2013 Champions)
  • 2013: QB Coach of the AIA All Star High School Game (White Team)
  • 2012 season: Offensive Coordinator Orleans Bengals Midget U20 Team
  • 2011 season: Offensive Coordinator Orleans Bengals Midget U20 Team (2011 Regular Season & Playoff Champions)
  • 2012 season: QB Coach Cumberland Panthers (OVFL U20)
  • 2011 season: QB Coach Cumberland Panthers (OVFL U20)
  • 2012: QB Coach of the AIA All Star High School Game (White Team)
  • 2012: Invited REC coach for Team Ontario EAST U18 Selection Camp
  • 2012: QB Coach (FBU) Team Canada U15 (All Youth American Bowl San Antonio, Texas)
  • 2011: Invited QB coach for Team Ontario EAST U18 Selection Camp
  • 2011: QB Coach of the AIA All Star High School Game (West Team)
  • 2010 season: QB & Rec Coach Bel Air Norsemen Midget U20
  • 2009 to 2011 season: Offensive coordinator at Franco-Cite (High School)
  • 1996: QB Coach of Ottawa All Star Team vs. Louisiana All Star Team – “Cajun Classic” in New Orleans (Superdome)
  • 1997 to 2009: Work Force
  • 1996: Head Coach & O.C. of the West Ottawa Vikings Bantam Football Team
  • 1990 to 1996: Canadian Armed Forces
  • 1988: QB Coach Ottawa Trojans (Midget U20)

Leadership and discipline:

Coach Raymond served 5 years (90-95) in the Canadian Armed Forces and was the recipient of the “Commandant Shield”, awarded to the top recruit during 10 weeks of basic training.