The nation’s premier football training experience will feature one of the nation’s premier middle school football players.
Football University, in conjunction with rankings by The National Sports Report, today announced one of the country’s top middle school student-athletes will be attending the FBU Kansas City Regional Camp, April 22-23 at Oak Park High School.
Jake Wolff – a quarterback who suits up with the BV Tigers based in Overland Park, Kansas – is one of the nation’s top middle school football players as recognized by NSR, and will be training this weekend at his local FBU regional camp with one of Football University’s NFL-experienced coaches.
Wolff is one of the top-ranked players in the Kansas City area, having showcased high-level technique at this stage of his career and displayed dedication to becoming a better football player. The advanced technical training platform that Football University and its NFL-experienced coaches provide will greatly benefit Jake on his path to football success.
Football University brings the top middle school talent in the country to its regional camps, from Boston to southern California and everywhere in between. As evidenced by the national player rankings together with NSR, top middle school student-athletes will train at every one of the remaining Football University camps this spring.