In every sport, the better and sounder one’s technique the better one performs. That is why Football University was created: to improve your technique. That technique plus talent beats talent alone is a truth with which we continue to have a hyper focus.
When confronted with equal natural ability, technique separates the better athlete from the good, and the great athlete from the better.
Our one goal is to mold you into the best football player you can be.
Other football camps have copied FBU’s promise of delivering elite technique training at each position with top coaches. But delivering that is much different than saying it. And still today, Football University is the only football camp that delivers.
Only Football University combines position-specific technique training, an NFL-experienced coaching staff, and post-practice film review. The FBU camp schedule is directly modeled after an NFL training camp, with a progressive five practice/four film room session structure that ensures each athlete is better at the end of a FBU camp than when they arrived.
Class of 2020 athlete Kobe Hudson (Troup County High School/LaGrange, GA) stood above the rest during FBU All-American Bowl week in San Antonio. He had near flawless practices, and an even better performance in the Saturday night Freshman All-American Bowl ... [ Read More ]
U.S. Army All-American running back Cam Akers (Clinton High School/Clinton, MS) is the 2017 U.S. Army Player of the Year. The award is given annually to the nation’s most outstanding high school senior football player, and is the most prestigious ... [ Read More ]
Name Position Home State School Signed With Cade Baker QB Texas Abilene Christian University D’Shawn Curry OL West Virginia Alderson Broaddus University Tyler Jordan Moore RB Oregon Arizona State University Brandon Ruiz K Arizona Arizona State University Eno Benjamin RB ... [ Read More ]