Our first two Regional Mini-Camp/Combines were both very successful at preparing our athletes for the next level. They also have opened many doors throughout the world of College Football and often solidified a scholarship for our athletes. But what makes us different then all of these other camps that are nationally run? Well, let's start by looking at our numbers. So far, we have gotten every one of our athletes something to play College Football. We even get our ineligible players set up with Junior Colleges so they can prove themselves in the classroom without the ACT/SAT guidelines. They then can transfer to their school of choosing and play College Football at a high level. We have instructed the perfect way to complete our combine drills to maximize our athlete's numbers, which has shaved at least .2 tenths of a second off of our athlete's times. We then prepare them mentally for the next level and run a very detailed 1 on 1 and 7 on 7 period, which I use to teach and evaluate our athlete's mental capacity and ability to play football. All athletes play various positions at my camps so we may evaluate your total football skill set on film. We make sure we get quality footage of every event and drill you complete so we can make clear and concise highlights/reports on each athlete for our database of 614 College programs. I also blast social media, where in my Facebook group alone, there are over 800 Collegiate coaches (Mostly D1) and have a large football following on Instagram. I make sure every college has every athlete's information on hand as soon as the student-athlete signs up for my camp. I also add the athlete's profile, and so far they ALL have heard from schools within a week or two. This prepares my athletes mentally as they now know they are being recruited/evaluated by collegiate staff. We then build a plan to access the athlete's weaknesses to develop him into what I like to call a "total package prospect". These athletes are highly sought after by EVERY level of College football and often make the best NFL players. Here our some videos of our events from Ohio, Tennessee and last years Colorado Mini Camp at Loveland Sports Complex.
Class 2019 Kicker Jhaidon Duran Preparing for MOuntain Regional!
Qualifying for the Scout Trout Senior Bowl Showcase/All-Star Game
In order to qualify for the Senor Bowl events, you must be considered a Division One , Division 1AA (FCS) or Division Two football prospect. You can either have gotten a email/mail/phone call or letter from one of these programs and/or qualify at one of my events. This is why it is important to sign up early and get into the coveted "Pipeline Program, so you may get on every team's national radar. Links can be found to the Senior Bowl Showcase below, and our mini camp sign up for our Mountain Regional event.