- Defensive Backs Coach
As a high school student athlete Anthony was a three-sport varsity letter winner in football, basketball and track. Anthony ultimately received a full scholarship to play football at Rutgers University where he studied Communications and Entrepreneurship while starting all four years as a cornerback and safety.
After college Anthony signed as an Undrafted Free Agent with the Oakland Raiders and is currently playing for the Ottawa Redblacks. We are looking forward to having Anthony back on the field with us at LEP Football when he returns from Canada.
- Offensive/Defensive Line Coach
Don Klein has over 14 years of coaching experience from the high school to NFL levels.
Currently, Coach Klein is working at The College of NJ as the Recruiting Coordinator, Run Game Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach.
In addition to Coach Klein’s college responsibilities he works as an: Offensive and Defensive Line Consultant for various NFL agents. He is a NFL Combine Prep Coach for Offensive and Defensive Line players. Coach Klein also works with current NFL players as they work on their offensive and defensive line technique. Coach Klein also study's and evaluates film for the NFL Combine for all positions. Coach Klein has worked with over 20 former and current NFL Players including but not limited to: Damon Harrison, Will Tye, Chris Hubbard, Josue Matis
As a player, Coach Klein received many honors including: High School 1st Team All State Offense & Defense, Star Ledger Offensive Player of the Year, Asbury Park Press Defensive Player of the Year and then went on to start all 4 years at Temple University. One of Coach Klein's most memorable experiences was winning the Arena Bowl XIX with John Elway’s - Colorado Crush
Dave LePoidevin, Jr.
- Founder and President
- Wide Receiver Coach
- Defensive Backs Coach
Dave LePoidevin, Jr. has over 15 years of coaching experience at the high school level. For 10 years Dave served as the wide receiver and defensive backs coach at Immaculata High School where he coached several All-State and All Conference players such as Theo Riddick (Notre Dame/Detroit Lions), Tashawn Bower (LSU/Minnesota Vikings), Shayne Jones (Villanova), Frank DeNick (Bucknell), Mike Sena (Princeton), John Mack (Southern U.), Kyle Jordan (U. of Albany) among many others that competed at the DI, DIAA, DII and DIII levels.
Dave also spent 2 years as a NFL Prep Coach and 1 on 1 instructor where he worked with such players as: Anthony Cioffi (Rutgers U./Oakland Raiders), Justin Burke (Kings College/Richmond Roughriders), Jared Allison (U. of New Hampshire/NFL Combine), Jonathan Patrick (Bloomsburg U./NFL Combine), Derek Beck (U. of Mass/CFL), Anthony Brown (Boston College), Dwayne Haskins (Ohio State U.), Anthony Marshall (Rutgers) among others.
Dave is presently serving as the offensive coordinator, quarterback and wide receiver coach at Bound Brook High School. In Dave's first year as WR's coach at Bound Brook one of his players became the states leading receiver and went on to 1st team All State honors. Under Dave’s guidance as the OC at Bound Brook they have won back to back conference championships and have been to back to back state championship semifinal games for the first time in school history.
Dave was a 2x sport high school and collegiate student athlete participating in football and baseball. In high school Dave was honored as an All State, All Conference and All Area athlete including being named team captain in both sports. In college Dave earned Rookie of the Year honors (1988) while playing baseball at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
- Quarterback Coach
1981 Graduate of Trenton State College where he was a three starter at Quarterback. Bob was named first team all-conference quarterback all three years and was named all East (ECAC) quarterback in his junior year. Bob began his coaching career at Don Bosco Prep HS as a Quarterback coach where he coached Division One Quarterback Rob Nutile. Coach Lockhart was a head football coach at Pen Argyl HS for 2 years, Warren Hills Regional HS for 13 years before moving on to Lafayette College for 4 years.
During his tenor at Warren Hills Bob was named the Star Ledger West Jersey Coach of the year 3 times and was a 2006 Inductee into the New Jersey Scholastic Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He presently is an assistant coach at North Hunterdon HS.
- Director of Football Operations - LEP Football
Coach Mazzetta has more than 10 years coaching experience. He has coached Offensive, Defense and Special Teams.
Jared is currently the Head Football Coach at North Hunterdon High School in Annadale, NJ.
Professional Accomplishments: (2014-Present)
- 2017 NJ Internet Radio Coach of the year
- 2017 North 2 New Jersey Football Coaches Association Coach of the year
- 2017 Lehigh valley Coach of the year
- 2017 Delaware Valley Chapter National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame coach of the year.
- 2017 North Jersey Section 2 Group 4 State Champions (Second in school history) (First as a Group 4 Classification)
- 2017 Final NJ.com Rankings #11 (highest all time ranking at North Hunterdon)
- Offensive coordinator North Hunterdon HS Annandale, NJ
(2011 – Present)
- Holds every major offensive record at North Hunterdon including:
- Single Season total yardage, total TD’s and highest scoring average.
- Featured in a publication in X and O labs Football Study
(Program development – Multi sport athlete)
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach (2007-Present) North Hunterdon High School
- Developed Multiple programs for High School and Youth Athletes
As a college student athlete Coach Mazzetta attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA. (2000-2005)
Jared was Captain of the 2004 ACC Championship Team. He was also: All ACC Academic Team (2004), Four-time letter winner, Big East Co-Champions (2001), Bowl Game Participation: 2004 Bowl Championship Series Sugar Bowl, Walnut Bowl, 2002 Insight Bowl, 2001 Gator Bowl.
As a high school student athlete Coach Mazzetta was part of the 1998 and 1999 State Championship teams. He was the Captain of the 1999 State Championship Team. He was nominated as All-American TE as well as All-State TE
- Running Backs Coach
A native of Pompton Plains, NJ, Sobota played collegiately at Wilkes University from 2006 through 2009 where he was a guard and center. He was part of a Colonel team that won the 2006 MAC championship and reached the Division III national playoffs.
Sobota started his coaching career in 2010 at East Stroudsburg University, where he obtained his Masters of Science in Sports Management. While working as a graduate assistant coach at ESU, Sobota worked with the offensive line, tight ends, and running backs for one of the top offensive programs in the nation. In 2011, ESU ranked 5th nationally in Division II in passing yards at 323.2 yards per game, as well as standing 27th in total offense with 430.6 yards each contest. In 2012, Sobota joined King's College as running backs coach, where he coached a unit that rushed for 1,249 yards on 263 Attempts, led by 2nd team All MAC Conference running back Kyle McGrath (960 Yards Rushing, 1,114 All-Purpose Yards, 9 Total TDs). From there, Sobota returned to his alma-mater, Wilkes University, for the 2013 season. Sobota led a group that rushed for 1,369 yards on 324 Attempts, led by the 5th leading rusher in the MAC Conference, Patrick Ingulli (858 Yards, 7 TDs) and 2nd team All MAC Conference Fullback Nick Dawson.
In 2014, Sobota joined the ranks of Division 1 FBS University at Buffalo as assistant offensive line coach. In 2014, Sobota was a part of an offense that had 4,820 total yards and averaged 32.3 points per game, led by All-Time UB passing leader QB Joe Licata (2,647 Yards Passing, 64.9% completion, 29 Passing TDs) and RB Anthone Taylor (282 Attempts, 1,403 Yards, 12 TDs). The offensive line had a combined over 100 starts, led by 2nd team All MAC Conference Tackle Jake Silas, and 3rd team All MAC Conference Guard Andre Davis. In 2015, The Buffalo offense continued it's success, totaling 4,637 total yards and averaged 26.7 points per game. Sobota also contributed to each special team for the 2015 season, which ranked in the top half of the MAC Conference. In the 2 years at University at Buffalo, Sobota had the privilege of coaching 9 players on the offensive side of the football that went on to play in the NFL or CFL. Throughout his college coaching career, Sobota has successfully recruited Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Morris, Monmouth, Passaic, Sussex, and Union Counties in Northern and Central New Jersey.
In 2016, Sobota returned to Morris County and joined the Hanover Park High School football staff as an offensive assistant. Within the past 2 years, Sobota was part of an offense that averaged 29.9 points per game in 2016 and 23.6 points per game in 2017. Hanover Park reached the semi-finals of the NJSIAA North 2, Group 2 Sectional Playoffs in 2016, and the quarter-finals of the NJSIAA North 2, Group 2 Sectional Playoffs in 2017. On Coach Gerry Moore's staff, Sobota has coached multiple players on All Conference and All County teams, and has helped players through the recruiting process to achieve their goals in playing football at the collegiate level.
Throughout his career, Sobota has coached for some of the premier coaches in the coaching industry at all levels including Lance Leipold (Head Coach, University at Buffalo), Jeff Quinn (Offensive Line Coach, University of Notre Dame), Alex Wood (Former Head Coach, Florida A&M University), Matt Simon (Offensive Coordinator, University of Delaware), Denny Douds (Head Coach, East Stroudsburg University), Jeff Knarr (Head Coach, King's College), Frank Sheptock (Head Coach/Athletic Director, Berwick High School, Berwick, PA), and Gerry Moore (Head Coach, Hanover Park High School).