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Football University is headlined by its elite instructional staff, made up of former NFL coaches and players. No other camp, combine, or showcase event in the country offers the NFL-level quality and quantity of instruction that FBU does.
Almost all of our instructors currently train, on a private basis, top NFL players in the offseason and college athletes preparing for the NFL Scouting Combine and the NFL Draft. They agree to teach at FBU because they understand that FBU gathers football players who desire and are prepared for the elite instruction they provide.
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Brandon Jones was a four-year letter winner in football and baseball at Marietta High School. In his senior season at quarterback, he threw for 2,800 yards with 22 touchdown passes and four interceptions in 2004. He was named first-team all-state [...]More Information
Position: Running Backs
Football University running backs coach Lamont Jordan brings a decade of NFL experience to show young running backs what it takes to be a NFL back. Jordan played running back for University of Maryland for four seasons. Jordan finished as [...]More Information
Tony Jones Jr. son of late Super Bowl champion Tony Jones Sr. Tony is a FBU alumni. He played Linebacker at the University of Akron. Where He spent two season playing under legendary coach, Chuck Amato and head coach Terry [...]More Information
Position: Wide Receivers
Playing Career Arena Football (2005) National Football League, Buffalo Bills (2003) Virginia Union University (1997-2001) Hollywood Hills High (1990-1994) Coaching Career St. Thomas Aquinas High School, (2018-Present), Varsity Quarterback/Wide Receiver Coach Cardinal Gibbons High School, (2014-2018), Varsity Wide Receiver Coach [...]More Information
Position: Defensive Linemen
Former 5-Star All-American, Aaron Jones Jr was named the #1 DL in the country in 2004 and played in the All-American Bowl on NBC. He held offers from nearly every major Power-5 D1 Program in the country before ultimately electing [...]More Information
Jurkovec attended Pine-Richland High School in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania. He took over at QB at Pine-Richland High School after Ben DiNucci played his senior season and then graduated in 2015. During his high school career, he had 11,144 total yards, 8,202 [...]More Information
Position: Wide Receivers
High School: Warrenhuffman had 573 receiving yards and five touchdowns as a senior at Harmony Community School in Cincinnati in 2007. 2008: Warrenhuffman was an honorable mention All-Conference selection as a freshman. He was the Tigers’ second-leading receiver with 471 [...]More Information