The franchise is named after its founder former NFL receiver Don Beebe.
Coil saw the benefits of the House of Speed Camp while taking his son to one in Chicagoland, so he decided to open one in Belvidere. Coil says the camps are open to athletes in all sports. He conducts sessions at Belvidere High School and at Belvidere North High School. He is also offering sessions for adults at the Belvidere YMCA.
The Camp utilizes a unique set of drills that stress strength, explosion and speed.
"We're trying to go out to the local area and get kids to work out," said Coil to WTVO. "We want to work on their core strength, and try to get that stronger."
"I think it (the camp) definitely helped me out a lot," said Belvidere North star runningback Austin Smaha. Smaha has been attending a Beebe House of Speed Camp in Chicagoland for the past two years. The results were evident on the field. Smaha rushed for more than 3,000 yards for the Blue thunder. "The first year I went to it, it was more of a positioning thing, not speed," said Smaha. "So it kind of helped for that. This year it's the first time I've done speed. It's definitely heped me throughout the years of high school. It just kind of set me apart."