Becca Longo Could Be The First Female To Play In The NFL

Bob Longo did his research and after weighing their options, he contacted Alex Zendejas of AZ Kicking about coaching Becca. Alex Zendejas is the region’s premier kicking coach. He has coached at several high schools and colleges and has helped numerous athletes land scholarships to play at Division I and II schools. Assisting him at AZ Kicking is his son, Alex, Jr., himself an impressive high school placekicker and former player for the University of Arizona.

Before he agreed to coach Becca, Alex, Sr. told her father that he needed to talk to her and put her through a work out.

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