In football, all young men have a chance of success. In football, the more talented player is not always the best player. In football, with the correct attitude and work ethic, any young man can compete. In football, leaders are born and confidence is built. In football, attitudes can be adjusted and low self-esteem can be lifted. In football, all young men get a chance at success.

Monday, July 28, 2014

Jackson High Impresses coaches at Football University

Union, KY – July 25, 2014 Local LB, Jackson High from Ryle High School, Class of 2017 impressed NFL

level coaches at he "invitation only" Football University “TOP GUN” Showcase held in Dublin, Ohio this

past weekend. Jackson High was invited to TOP GUN based of his outstanding performance at he FBU

Nashville camp. He joined more than 850 of the nation's top athletes at heir position and trained with

current and former NFL players and coaches. Jackson High received high honors at FBU Top Gun and is

hoping to make the Army Al American Combine team.

“quick and has impeccable work ethic” – Coach Steve Szabo

“a leader and posses great character” - Coach Liam Ezekial

“easily coached and definitely a student of the game” – Coach Emmanuel King

25% of the athletes that have attended one of Football University’s 30 regional camps were invited to

compete at TOP GUN. This national showcase gathered the most elite performers from acros the United

States and allowed them to compete and display their abilities together on one stage. Football University

had an impressive alumni list hat includes some of the top college football recruits and players in the

nation. Headlining the TOP GUN Showcase were quarterbacks coach Jeff Rutledge, former quarterback

coach of the Arizona Cardinals; wide receiver coach Billy “White Shoes” Johnson, offensive line coach Jim

McNaly, who is considered the best offensive line coach in the game; defensive back coach Ray

Buchanan; and wide receiver coach Charlie Collins, who is considered one of the finest receiver coaches in

the game.


Football University is an invitation-only experience for the serious football player, focusing on teaching

technique and skill in a small-group setting with other elite athletes. Modeled after NFL mini-camps, each

camp includes 18 hours of training and development—both on the field and of the field—including film


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study, classroom testing, and aces to hi-tech equipment, all under the professional tutelage of former

NFL players and coaches. Fottball University travels to the United States to train players hand-picked by

the organization’s network of regional directors and scouts.


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