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Top 5 NFL Corners

Defensive backs are commonly some of the highest paid players on the roster. If your team is able to solidify a lockdown corner it makes life much easier for the other 10 people on the field. Football University breaks down the Top 5 corners heading into the 2018 season. Patrick Peterson One of the few corners in the league who can consistently follow the opposing  [ Read More ]

FBU Tight Ends Rankings 1-5

Tight Ends are considered a security blanket for all quarterbacks. The current NFL Draft class has several tight ends who can both catch and block. Football University goes in-depth on the pros and cons of the top five available tight end prospects. Mark Andrews + Strong route runner + Athletic build   – Poor blocker – Must regain old speed, speed levels changed while at  [ Read More ]

FBU Running Back Rankings 1-5

The NFL Draft continues to get closer and closer, this year’s running back class has plenty of 1st round talent. Teams will be forced to decide which runner best fits their system. Football University gives you a breakdown of the top five available running back prospects in the draft. Saquon Barkley + Physical freak, tested through the roof at the NFL Combine + Improved pass  [ Read More ]

FBU Wide Receiver Rankings 1-5

The NFL Draft is a closely approaching, there are plenty of pass catchers who could hear their name early. Football University gives you a breakdown of the top five available wide receivers prospects in the draft. 1.      Calvin Ridley + Quick, allows him to lose defenders + Good route runner   – Small frame, might not be durable for a 16 game season – Drops  [ Read More ]

FBU Quarterback Prospect Rankings 1-5

The NFL Draft is a month away and all signs are pointing towards quarterbacks being taken early and often. Football University gives you a breakdown of the top five available signal callers in the draft. 1. Sam Darnold + Played a Pro-Style system at USC + Strong athlete, throws well on the run + Strong Pro-Day performance, can make every throw – Too many turnovers  [ Read More ]

14-time FBU alum Logan Tanner shares fondest FBU memory

8th grade tight end Logan Tanner, hailing from Springs, Texas, has been attending Football University camps since 2014. Learning from former NFL players and coaches at FBU – coaches who have experience at the highest level – has helped Tanner on and off the field. “Being taught by NFL coaches over the last four years, and attending 14 camps have taught me to be the player and  [ Read More ]

Jackson Lantz talks FBU

Football University has proven to make football players better. Campers are given position specific coaching by former NFL players and coaches.  Jackson Lantz of Fishers (IN.) has been attending FBU camps since the 5th grade. “Attending these camps at such a young age really helped me prepare for high school football because the coaches there were great on teaching us the fundamentals of the game  [ Read More ]

20 Football University Alumni At The 2018 NFL Combine

TE Mark Andrews, Oklahoma CB Anthony Averett, Alabama CB Tony Brown, Alabama S Quin Blanding, Virginia DE Andrew Brown, Virginia WR Deon Cain, Clemson LS Tanner Carew, Oregon RB Nick Chubb, Georgia TE Mike Gesicki, Penn State OLB Peter Kalambayi, Stanford DE Arden Key, LSU WR Christian Kirk, Texas A&M CB Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State DT Kahlil McKenzie, Tennessee RB Sony Michel, Georgia WR Steven  [ Read More ]

Aurora (IL.) Denver Warren discusses National Combine

Class of 2020 defensive lineman Denver Warren is well-known prospect in the Midwest. He plays for West Aurora High School in Illinois. In January of 2018 he made his presence known on a national stage during the National Combine in San Antonio. Warren received his invite to the Combine in October of 2017 after a strong sophomore season. “I was really excited when I got  [ Read More ]

Class of 2019 OT Xavier Truss goes in depth about Football University experience

In January of 2018 All-American Games hosted their annual National Combine in San Antonio (Tx.). Over 650 of the best underclassmen prospects in the nation competed inside of the Alamo Dome. Class of 2019 offensive lineman Xavier Truss was among the standouts at the event. Xavier’s path to national competition and recognition started at Football University in the summer of 2017. Truss received an invite  [ Read More ]