Chris Brooks is an evangelist for the Wing-T. He has nine years of experience coaching youth football at all age levels, including five years coaching 8th grade football (ages 12-14). He coached in Sherwood, Oregon and his teams played in the Tualatin Valley Youth Football League. In eight years of coaching playoff-eligible teams, his teams made the playoffs seven times, championship games five times, and won championships twice. Chris served primarily as offensive line coach and defensive coordinator. He has two sons, Jacob and Matthew, who both played high school football in Sherwood and earned varsity letters on Oregon high school state championship teams.
NCAA Rules Committee chairman David M. Nelson, and perfected by his successor Tubby Raymond. It has become a very popular offense with high schools and small colleges. It was designed at the time to be a mix between the single wing and T-formation. It took the motion and run-strength of the single wing, and the QB-under-center from the T. In this variation, there is only one wing back, with the other back lined up next to the fullback on the opposite side from the wing back. However, the Wing Back may also line up diagonally from the Tight End. He may be used as an extra blocker or a receiver. He may come in motion for running plays. He is also using technology to spread the word about the Wing-T.