BATON ROUGE - Northwestern State`s co-offensive coordinator, Broderick Fobbs, was a featured speaker Wednesday at the annual Louisiana High School Coaches Association convention, speaking to state prep football coaches about receivers play and drills for the position. Fobbs, a Monroe-Carroll product and 1997 graduate of Grambling State, is beginning his fifth season on Scott Stoker`s football coaching staff with the Demons. It`s his first year as co-offensive coordinator with Johnny Nagle, with Fobbs as passing game coordinator, while serving as the receivers coach. The son of first-year North Carolina A&T head coach Lee Fobbs, he spent the 2000-01 seasons working as a graduate assistant working with the offense at Louisiana-Lafayette. Broderick Fobbs served an NFL Minority Internship with the Buffalo Bills in July at the Bills` 2005 training camp. Fobbs has coached two of the most productive receivers in Demon football history, Derrick Doyle and Toby Zeigler, and has signed some of the more highly regarded recruits during the Stoker era. Zeigler, now with the Edmonton Eskimos in the Canadian Football League, tied the Demons` career receptions record (99) last season, his senior year. With 94 catches in three seasons, Doyle is on pace to shatter it this fall. "This is an honor for Coach Fobbs to be asked to speak at the coaches convention at a fairly early stage of his career, and it`s well deserved," said Stoker. "He`s done a great job with us. Being the son of a tremendous coach himself, and having played for Coach (Eddie) Robinson, there`s a lot of great qualities that have rubbed off on him, and he works extremely hard at becoming a better coach." Fobbs was promoted in spring 2004 to receivers coach after handling the Demons` tight ends in his first two seasons. Doyle, then a sophomore, posted the fourth-best single-season receptions total (40) while seven different wide receivers contributed to 87 catches by Fobbs` players in 2004. In Fobbs` four seasons at Northwestern, the Demons have earned two Division I-AA playoff berths (2002, 2004) and won the 2004 Southland Conference championship while winning 28 of 47 games. The Demons have scored 30 or more points 22 times and 40 or more points 14 times in 47 games. In 2004, Fobbs helped NSU rank 23rd nationally in total offense (408.8 ypg) and 18th in scoring (33.4 ppg). The 2004 Demons broke 13 school offensive records, including season records for total offense (4,905 yards), first downs (241), rushing yards (2,981 yards), rushing TDs (34) and total TDs (53). NSU posted four straight games with 40 or more points, an all-time best, in 2004. During his tenure, the Demons have also ranked among I-AA football`s leaders in scoring (20th in 2003, 32.2 ppg). In 2002-03, Demon tight ends significantly increased their pass catching production under his guidance with 39 catches and 6 touchdowns. He helped the Demons rank among I-AA football`s leaders in rushing in 2002 (29th, 182.1 ypg) and 2003 (16th, 217.8 ypg) and in scoring (20th in 2003, 32.2 ppg). In 2003, NSU broke seven school scoring records along with three passing marks. A football and baseball player at Grambling, he was a two-year team captain (1996, 1997) under College Football Hall of Fame and Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame coach Eddie Robinson. He won the Burger King Scholar-Athlete of the Week national award once. He was also an honor roll student. He was an all-state athlete at Monroe-Carroll, serving as football team captain.