Donald Igwebuike will start clinics spring 2011.
Donald was one of the Last African
Place kickers (Nigeria) in the NFL.
Donald has a deep rooted Soccer background
and once played for the Nigerian national Soccer team.
Kicker - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1985-89
First Kicker ever drafted in Tampa Bay Buccaneer history
Rookie of the year 1985
Donald Igwebuike was the first Buccaneer to score 400 points. As a rookie, he immediately broke the team’s single-season scoring record, posting 96 points on 22-32 field goal kicking and 30-32 PAT work. Many of his attempts as a rookie came from long range – led NFL with an average attempt length of 39.9 yards. Donald was even called on to try two 62-yard attempts as a rookie. That would be a running theme in Igwebuike’s Buccaneer career, as 60 of his 127 attempts would come from 40 yards or further. He was nearly automatic from closer in, making 63 of 67 tries from 39 yards or closer for a career percentage of 94.9%. Among his longer shots was a 55-yarder at Minnesota on November 30, 1986 that was a team record at the time and is still tied for the second-longest in franchise history. After a 1988 season in which he connected on 19 of 25 field goals and, for the first time, 100% of his extra point tries (21-21), Donald had his finest NFL season in 1989. Breaking his own single-season scoring record, he recorded 99 points by nailing 22 of 28 field goals. He is the third-leading scorer in Tampa Bay Buccaneers team history. Donald also hit five game-winning field goals either in the last 20 seconds of the game or in overtime, including three in 1988 alone.
Clemson University 1981-1984
All ACC 1984
Iggy was the only Clemson Tiger to kick at least one 50-yard field goal in four straight seasons. He also had five career field goals of 50 or more yards to set a Clemson record. In his last three seasons he was 107-180 on non-returnable kickoffs. Third-team AP All-American who booted the longest field goal in the ACC in each of his last three seasons. He led the nation and the ACC in field goal percentage with a .941 senior season mark. Iggy came to Clemson to play soccer, a starter in two NCAA tournaments, 1980 and 1981. A perfect 43-43 on PATs in his career and made 32-43 field goals.
Iggy Kicking Academy
Iggy Kicking Academy is a Football Academy that provides Kicking andPunting lessons to young athletes that want to improve on their
fundamentals and techniques through individualized coaching.
Our services are tailored to each individual athlete based on their
unique kicking style and experience. Iggy Kicking Academy is open
to all ability levels, from beginners to professional kickers and Punters.
No kicker or punter is the same and each student deserves private
instruction that is tailored toward their individual needs, objectives,and goals.
We focus on teaching our students the technical, physical, mental and fundamental skills needed to Kick or Punt in football. Every kicker and punter is unique and some kicking or punting elements that may workout well for one individual, may not work as well for another.
Our goal is to help each individual find what works well for them,
explore those not-so-good areas of the Kickers and Punters techniques and improve in those areas.
We offer kicking camps, group kicking clinics and private kicking
Our mission is to unlock every player's potential by assessment, analysis, adjustment, demonstration and follow-up. I will translate my kicking experience into teaching the player's, giving them the opportunity to develop to their full potential.