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Quarterbacks play a critical role in their teams on-field success. Before they can hand off the ball or throw a pass they must complete some pre-snap tasks. Football University provides three crucial Pre-Snap Tips for quarterbacks. – survey the defense – check the sideline for adjustments – make sure your teammates are aligned correctly
The image below shows 1st-round draft pick and All-American Bowl alum Quenton Nelson demonstrating the ideal offensive lineman stance. Here are 5 tips to have the perfect Football University stance. 1. Solid base, feet shoulder-width. 2. Flat back. 3. Active off-hand. 4. Head up. 5. Limit weight on your down-hand.
Colleges are beginning to welcome new freshmen to town along with incoming transfers. This season there are several players who will make an immediate impact on their new teams. Football University breaks down five transfers who will have an immediate impact in 2018. Shea Patterson (Michigan) Patterson is a no brainer to be on this list. Former All-American Bowl quarterback was granted immediate eligibility from [ Read More ]
What football camp should I go to? The question is posed often; just as often, a family has little background on the benefits of the hundreds of camps available. They’re presented with pure sales pitches and false promises: “get recruited”; “get ranked”; “the best coaching staff”; “build a national profile”. Very rarely are these fulfilled, nor are their benefits explained. The decision to attend a [ Read More ]
The 2018 NFL Draft has come and gone with plenty of quarterbacks being taken in the 1st round. Now it’s time to begin turning your focus on the quarterbacks who will be mention in draft talks for 2019. Football University breaks down who our team expects to be the top 5 quarterback prospects. Clayton Thorson Northwestern’s Clayton Thorson could have left school early and been [ Read More ]
NFL Draft Recap The NFL Draft concluded on Saturday and numerous Football University alumni heard their names called. 16 FBU athletes were selected during the 2018 NFL Draft. 16 Football University alumni were selected during the 2018 #NFLDraft pic.twitter.com/ImIcWjtUek — Football University (@FBUcamp) April 30, 2018 Full List Below OT Isaiah Wynn Round 1 Pick 23 New England Patriots RB Sony Michel Round 1 Pick [ Read More ]
The 2018 NFL Draft is shaping up to be one of the most exciting drafts in recent memory. There has been no clear indication of what will happen at the top of the draft. Teams have multiple picks in the top 50 and lots of needs. Football University presents our own version of the mock draft for picks 1-32. Cleveland Browns – Sam Darnold [ Read More ]
The 2018 NFL Draft is shaping up to be one of the most exciting drafts in recent memory. There has been no clear indication of what will happen at the top of the draft. Teams have multiple picks in the top 50 and lots of needs. Football University presents our own version of the mock draft for picks 1-5. FBU did our mock draft [ Read More ]
1. Saquon Barkley Physical freak Plug and play prospect, no need to sit and learn 2. Bradley Chubb Plays with extremely good technique and fundamentals Arguably the safest pick in the entire draft 3. Quenton Nelson Plays with extremely good technique and fundamentals Arguably the safest pick in the entire draft 4. Sam Darnold [ Read More ]
Football has been transforming into a pass happy sport for years now. In order to stay with the times defenders have had to begin using different techniques and strategies. Football University provides a breakdown of how to stop a fade from being completed. Step 1. Allow the receiver to get an outside release. Step 2. Get hands on the receiver and force them to [ Read More ]