Frequently Asked Questions
FBU trains athletes from 6th-12th grade.
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$565 monthly payment plan, or $495 pay-in-full.
No, FBU is an elite, two-day training camp with over 18 hours of instruction.
No, FBU is not an overnight camp.
Absolutely! We love to have parents at FBU. We encourage them to watch the on- and off-field instruction, and film and photograph as well. We have special segments and speakers dedicated and tailored specifically for the parents. At the end of camp, moms participate in a football toss and dads play catch with our NFL faculty.
Athletes are supplied with adidas FBU shorts, adidas FBU shirt, GameBreaker soft shell helmet, and a branded cinch bag.
It is recommended that athletes bring sunscreen, towel, cleats and sneakers and/or slides to wear during classroom sessions. OL/DL must bring their own helmets to camp.
Lunch is covered on both Saturday and Sunday.
Absolutely! There is no limit to the number of camps you can attend. We also have an All-Access Pass which allows you to go to as many camps as you can. Call 973-366-5027 to learn more!
Cancellation Insurance Protection entitles an athlete to receive a full refund of the camp tuition (except the $50 insurance fee) if the athlete cancels his attendance, for any reason, by the close of business the day before the FBU camp for which the athlete is registered. If the athlete fails to attend the camp and cancels post the event, with the cancellation protection insurance the athlete will be entitled to a refund minus the deposit plus the insurance fee. Please note that the Cancellation Protection Insurance should be purchased at the time of making the deposit/purchase of the Camp (and will be included in the total tuition/deposit amount) but must be purchased within seven (7) business of the purchase of the Camp, and will not be available as an option at any time within thirty (30) days of the first day of the Camp being purchased.
A Football University event price includes a non-refundable deposit amount (applies to both payment plan and pay in full options). In the event an athlete cancels their attendance more than thirty (30) days before the Camp for which he is registered, the athlete is entitled to receive a refund of 50% of the monies that have been paid minus the nonrefundable deposit or a full rollover for a subsequent Camp (either a camp later in the current season or a next year’s camp). If an athlete cancels his attendance within thirty (30) days prior to the first day of the Camp, he is not entitled to any cash refund for any reason, but can elect to rollover 50% of any monies paid less the nonrefundable deposit. If an athlete has not cancelled his attendance prior to the first day of the Camp and then fails to attend the Camp, no refund will be made nor is there any opportunity to rollover any of the monies paid.
You can reach FBU by calling 973-366-5027 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
FBU’s elite faculty is comprised of NFL-experienced coaches and players. Click here to learn about our coaches.
Possibly. FBU has a core group of coaches who train at many of the camps, however we have a deep coaching roster of some of the best minds in football so there is some fluctuation in the coaching rosters from camp-to-camp.
FBU searches for qualified coaches each year who want to teach at FBU. We select each instructor based on NFL playing and/or coaching experience to lead the FBU curriculum and agree to pay them a premium to train our athletes.
NCSA is a FBU sponsor and partner. They educate, assist, and connect their huge database of college coaches with student athletes. They make a presentation to the parents during each FBU camp, to teach and inform about the collegiate recruiting process.
FBU can help through improving skills and technique that make the difference between those who take their game to the next level and those who do not. In addition, FBU helps with college exposure and provides valuable insight from NCSA.
No, FBU camps focus exclusively on technique training and therefore do not require full pads. There are no full-contact drills, but the offensive and defensive linemen do some skill and technique drills where they do engage in contact at full speed. During those drills, both groups wear helmets for safety.
No. In order to fully learn the skills and technique being taught and to get the proper evaluation and classroom work, it is necessary for athletes to concentrate on one position per FBU camp. It is recommended that you attend Football University as the position you most want to improve upon, or the position you want to play at the next level.
After each camp, your coach will sit down with you and your parent(s)/guardian(s) and discuss in-depth how you performed and what you can improve upon in the future.
Authentic Football University apparel is at the merchandise table at every FBU camp. Authentic Football University apparel may also be purchased online at www.fbustore.com.
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Elite middle and high school athletes, chosen from the 28 Football University regional camps along with about 100 of our NFL coaches.
The largest gathering of prep and youth talent in the world, where the top athletes from Football University’s regional camps square off against each other to improve their skills and technique while finding out where they stand through intense competition.
The High School FBU Top Gun Showcase will take place July 8-10, and the Middle School Top Gun Jly 12-14, at South Pointe High School, in Rock Hill, SC – aka Football City USA.
Yes. TOP GUN athletes are chosen as standout athletes at their local FBU camp. During the evaluation period at the end of each regional camp, your positional coach will decide if you are to receive an official invite to TOP GUN. Invites are sent via email following your camp weekend.
TOP GUN participants are chosen by our NFL faculty and our FBU staff.
Athletes from 6th-grade through 12th-grade.
Yes. The parent company of Football University and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, All American Games, fully produces both FBU and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
The U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Committee selects the East and West rosters each year. Every high school football senior is eligible for selection. The selection process kicks off at the U.S. Army National Combine and proceeds across the country during various combines, camps, and clinics.
For more information on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl selection process, click here.
One of the major advantages of participating in FBU camps and TOP GUN is it greatly increases the possibility of being selected to participate in our National Combine. You will get noticed at one of our many regional camps.