June, 2017

Football University 2018 event schedule announced

The original position-specific training experience with NFL coaches will be in 20 cities in 2018. All American Games, the owner and operator of Football University & the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, has today announced its 2018 Football University event schedule that will include 20 locations across the country, beginning the weekend of March 17 in San Antonio, Texas. Now in their tenth season as the  [ Read More ]

Football University’s Connecticut Camp Hosted Nationally Ranked Athletes

Football University, in conjunction with rankings by The National Sports Report hosted four of the country’s top student-athletes at the FBU Connecticut Camp. Defensive back Tommy Candelora played for the FBU National Championship team in 6th, 7th and 8th grade and is a scrappy play maker with good speed and a nose for the ball. Offensive lineman Ryan Remillard also played for the FBUNC team in 7th and 8th  [ Read More ]

Technique Tuesday – Pass Rush, Spin Technique

“Success isn’t owned, it’s leased. And rent is due every day” – J.J. Watt Accelerate across the line of scrimmage. Sell the outside or inside move, depending on which way you are spinning. Get the inside arm beyond the hips, dive low and hard with outside arm and leg all the way across the body. Gain ground on the Quarterback. Never spin away from him.  [ Read More ]

Football University’s Northern Virginia Camp to Host Nationally Ranked Athletes

Football University, in conjunction with rankings by The National Sports Report will host four of the country’s top student-athletes at the FBU Northern Virginia Regional Camp. Capital Christian Academy’s class of 2019 quarterback Hunter Bray and running back Kadeem Preston are two of the four attending the Northern Virginia Camp on scholarship. Joining Bray and Preston are 2021 running back Naieem Kearney and 2022 running back Joseph “Joe Joe” Hammond Jr. They will train  [ Read More ]

Three nationally-ranked athletes to attend Football University’s Louisiana’s Regional Camp

Football University, in conjunction with rankings by The National Sports Report will host four of the country’s top student-athletes at the FBU Louisiana Regional Camp. St. Paul’s Episcopal School running back Javonte Graves-Billups, Kosciusko Whippets quarterback Azikwe Mays and Crockett Middle School running back Debraylen Davis will train at the FBU Louisiana camp with one of Football University’s NFL-experienced coaches. All three players have showcased a high level of technique at this stage and displayed dedication to becoming better  [ Read More ]