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Texas’ premier football training experience features Texas’ premier middle school football players. Football University, in conjunction with rankings by The National Sports Report, today announced some of the country’s top middle school student-athletes will be attending the FBU Austin Regional Camp, April 8-9 at Cedar Ridge High School. Kiyon King – an athlete who suits up with the Hopewell Hornets based in Round Rock – and [ Read More ]
All American Games and Football University, have teamed up with National Sports Report to change the landscape of youth and middle school football as you know it. As evidenced by its collaborative partnership with NSR, Football University continues to be at the forefront of growing the game of football and helping the next generation succeed. NSR will cover the 2017 FBU National Championship tournament from gavel [ Read More ]
Ahead of his seventh Super Bowl appearance, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady once again evoked the truth that technique plus talent beats talent alone. Brady was spotted wearing a quarterback wristband at practice on Thursday – no surprise there, the wristband is a customary piece of apparel for Brady. These wristbands typically contain play verbiage for varying game scenarios. Today, though, Brady’s contained clear reminders for himself regarding his throwing [ 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 Texas Arizona State University Kaelib Jarrell S Arizona Arizona State University Nick Brahms OL Florida Auburn University Calvin Ashley OL Washington DC Auburn University Sydney [ 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 individual award given in high school football. Salute #ArmyBowl RB @thereal_cam3. 2017 @USArmy Player of the Year. Most prestigious individual award in high school football [ Read More ]
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 game, scoring a touchdown on both offense and defense. Because of that outstanding week, he’s earned his golden ticket. On Tuesday January 10, Hudson became [ Read More ]
The contest has closed as of Sunday December 4 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern, upon the announcement of the final CFP rankings You will be getting a call from a FBU Scout shortly for $65 savings off the retail price of a 2017 FBU Camp. Good luck, and we hope to see you at Football University!
All American Games and NextGen All America Camp today announced a new showcase event, the NextGen Futures Combine, set for Sunday January 8, 2017 at the historic Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The Futures Combine provides exposure to elite student-athletes from 6th-9th grade, and has been specifically designed to identify and highlight future All-Americans on a national platform. It is the newest addition to the [ Read More ]
The best of the best from FBU Top Gun in the class of 2022. QB Banks Atkins, Georgia QB Wyatt Hagan, Virginia QB Jett Huff, Texas RB Raleek Brown, California RB George Kalos, North Carolina RB Adrian Cormier, Texas RB Stephon Johnson, Texas RB Dreylan Martin, Georgia TE Paul Tanner, Texas WR Daniel Martin, Georgia WR Tyler Jameson, New Jersey WR Mekhi Miller, Kansas WR Chris Brazzell II, Texas WR Benjamin Cook, Wisconsin WR Jack Meylan, Kansas OL Dexter Delgado, Texas [ Read More ]
The best of the best from FBU Top Gun in the class of 2021. QB Preston Stone, Texas QB Andrew Van Wie, Georgia QB Meziah Scott, Virginia QB Brayden Schager, Texas QB Ezra McKenna, Florida RB Devin Brown, Texas RB Kameron Young, Pennsylvania RB Reginald Proctor, Maryland RB Colby McDonald, Maryland TE Zach Russell, Kentucky WR Bobby Dunn, Virginia WR Jaquez Smith, Georgia WR Anthony Ingram, North Carolina WR Elijah Horton, North Carolina WR Isaac [ Read More ]