The QB Run Manualby Jason Mohns
Coach Mohns walks you through how to use your QB to ignite your run game and take your offense to the next level. Using designed QB runs and RPO's combined with base inside zone, outside zone, power, counter, and pin and pull schemes allows you to attack the defense with the +1 run game that keeps defensive coordinators up at night! Over 90-minutes of installs and film to show you how to unleash your QB in the multiple spread offense.
Sun Devil Football Kenny Dillingham has completed his initial coaching staff with the addition of Valley coaching legend and Arizona State University alumnus Jason Mohns as the program's tight ends coach.
"Jason Mohns is one of the elite high school coaches to have ever been on the sidelines in the state of Arizona," Dillingham said. "College coaches, including myself, have long tuned in to what Jason has been doing here. That kind of success does not go unnoticed at a national level. Jason is a Sun Devil for Life and a Valley staple, and it's about time we are able to have him join this program."
A 2004 ASU graduate, Mohns spent the last 11 seasons at the helm of the Saguaro High School Football program in Scottsadale, Ariz., and 16 years overall with the Sabercats.
"I am grateful for the opportunity to follow in my father's footsteps as an assistant coach at ASU," Mohns reflected. "My family and I bleed Maroon & Gold and it is an honor to get the chance to represent this University. Thank you Ray Anderson, Jean Boyd, and Kenny Dillingham believing in me. I made so many great memories and friends at Saguaro and truly appreciate their support throughout the years. The state of Arizona and surrounding areas have so much talent. I am looking forward to putting in time to build relationships in order for us to bring the best players to Tempe."
In 11 seasons as head coach at Saguaro, Mohns compiled a 123-19 record, including a state record six consecutive State Championship tiles (2013-18) and seven state titles overall. Mohns guided Saguaro to its first Open Division state championship in 2021 over Chandler, ending the Wolves' five-year run as Open champions and advanced to the Open Championship again in 2022. The program won four additional state titles with Mohns on the staff from 2007-11.
Saguaro produced a flurry of NFL talent under Mohns' guidance in the form of Christian Kirk, Byron Murphy and D.J. Foster and in addition to the state's highest-rated prospect in history in Kelee Ringo, who is currently a defensive back at the defending national champion Georgia.
With Mohns at the helm, Saguaro became a perennial Top-50 nationally ranked high school program in MaxPreps final Xcellent Rankings, finishing as high as 14th in 2021.
Mohns was named the AIA Division III Coach of the Year in both 2013 and 2014. He was named the National Football Foundation Arizona Football Coach of the Year in 2015, the News Channel 12 Friday Night Fever Arizona Coach of the Year in 2016, and the Arizona Cardinals High School Football Coach of the Year in 2017.
Mohns was a finalist for the NFL's Don Shula National Coach of the Year Award in 2017. In 2018, Coach Mohns was named one of three recipients of the Innaugural Whataburger/MaxPreps Heart and Soul of the Game Award, for coaches who set an example of leadership to his team and in the community.
Mohns and his Saguaro squad advanced to the program's third AIA Open Championship Game in 2022 after upsetting the state's No. 1 seed and Top-25 program nationally in Liberty in the semifinals. Saguaro came up just short in the finals in a 28-21 defeat to Basha.
The 2021 Sabercat squad ascended to new heights, unseeding Chandler in a 20-15 victory in the AIA Open Championship to end the Wolves' five-year run of state titles at the highest level of Arizona high school championships. Saguaro went 12-1 on the season, dropping just one early-season contest by a point.
The 2020 Saguaro squad was forced to sit on the Open Championship run due to a COVID-19 outbreak on the team while the 2019 squad advanced to the Open Championship in a hard-fought 42-35 loss to Chandler.
The 2018, the Sabercats extended their historic run of state titles, becoming the first team in the history of Arizona to win six consecutive state championships with their 42-16 victory over Salpointe Catholic in the 4A state title game. Saguaro finished the season 13-1, with 12 consecutive victories to close out the season. The 2018 playoff run was a dominating display of football, as the Sabercats outscored their four playoff opponents 221 – 28, including shutouts in the opening round and quarterfinals.
Mohns joined the Sabercats in 2007 as the head freshman football coach. Mohns served as the varsity running back's Coach in 2010 before taking over as offensive coordinator in 2011. Mohns' 2011 Saguaro offense set multiple state records and finished ranked second in the nation in both total points scored and points per game average. The offense led the State in rushing, total yards and scoring and was top-10 in almost every other major offensive category.
Mohns started his high school Football coaching career at Scottsdale Salt River High School, where he served one season as the varsity wide receivers coach and two seasons as the varsity head coach. In his second year at the helm, the Eagles finished the regular season with the school's first ever winning record of 5-3 and qualified for the State Playoffs for the first time in school history.
Jason graduated from Arizona State University in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology. While enrolled in school at Arizona State, Mohns founded the Scottsdale Argonauts Youth Football Club. The Argos program produced numerous State Championship teams and has been crowned National Champions five times.
Mohns was named the head coach of the West Team in the 2018 Army All-American Game in San Antonio, Texas. In 2017, Mohns served as the head coach for the USA Football Under-16 National Team, leading the team to an International Bowl victory over Team Canada. Mohns also served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in the 2017 US Army All-American game and quarterbacks coach in the 2016 Semper Fidelis All-American game. Mohns was a Master Trainer for USA Football's Heads Up Football program and traveled around the country to give clinics on player safety and blocking and tackling fundamentals.
Coaching is in Mohns' blood as his late father Greg Mohns was a long-time college and pro football coach. Greg coached with legends like Bum Phillips at Oklahoma State and Frank Kush at Arizona State. His career spanned nearly 40 years with stops in the NFL, CFL, UFL, XFL and numerous Division I college programs.
Mohns will be joined in Tempe by his wife Sara, daughter Kendall and son Baker.