Zone blitzing is something that I feel isn’t utilized very much on the youth football level. It’s a very underrated and under-utilized coverage/ blitz scheme.
Here are 7 Awesome Reasons Why Kids Should Play Football Here’s a summary of 7 awesome reasons why kids should play football. Take these benefits as a way to recruit kids in your community and educate parents on the benefits that come from participating in youth football.
Name: Corbin LaFrance Age: 10 Position: QB/LB Favorite College Football Team: Notre Dame Favorite NFL Football Team: New Orleans Saints Favorite NFL Player: Drew Brees Favorite Food: Buffalo Wings Offense: Pro-style Defense: 4-3 Defense Meet our newest Youth Football Online All-Star- Corbin LaFrance. Corbin is a bright, well-mannered child that is able to explain aspects […]
Name: Xavier Goldsmith Nickname: ‘Weapon X’ Position: CB/RB/ WR Favorite NFL player: Darrelle Revis Favorite College Team: Michigan State Youth Football Offense: I Formation, Spread Youth Football Defense: 4-4 Favorite Play: Wildcat-direct snap, and Counter Benefits he reaps from playing youth football: Meet new people, learns to communicate with others, learns teamwork and work ethic […]
Name: Noah Lopez Age: 12 GPA: 3.8 (his goal is to get a 4.
Drew Henley from Henley Sports Performance joins us to offer training tips for your youth football athlete. Implement these valuable pointers!
There has been a lot of concern and debate lately about youth football safety and concussion prevention. The problem isn’t the game youth football, the issue is how it is being taught to children.
Player Name: Caden Clark Team: Massillon Tigers Conference: Independent Age: 10 Position: OL, DL & LB Favorite NFL Player: Calvin Johnson Favorite NFL Team: Detroit Lions Favorite College Team: Ohio State Buckeyes Future Goals: Attend Ohio State University and Play in the NFL Offense: I formation & Shotgun Defense: 4-3 Favorite Class: Music Meet Youth Football […]
Discipline is a key aspect for success in almost all walks of life, and there is no place it is more obvious then on the football field. When a young football player is disciplined he excels on the football field.
A guest blog from our friends at PreventObesity.net, read about their efforts to reverse the growing childhood obesity trend: Roughly one-third of children and teens in the United States are now overweight and obese.
Today is a national holiday, it’s Super-Bowl-Sunday day. We deserve today especially after the last two weeks of no football but plenty of hype.
Name: Dominic Carter Team/ Organization: Marlboro Wildcats- American Youth Football League Position: RB/QB/MLB Grade: 5 Favorite College Team: Nebraska Cornhuskers Favorite NFL Team: New England Patriots Favorite Play- Offense: 47 Jet Sweep Defense: ALL Out (Blitz) Hobbies: Reading Favorite Subject: Social Studies Goals: Win a league championship, train hard during the off season and become […]
All-Star parents, Sandra and Arthur Araiza, reviewed their experience at the Junior Rank Academic All American game exclusively for us. Youth Football Online All-Star Isreal “Izzy” Araiza was the only 11 year old in the game so he was undersized, however he was able to hold his own and have success blocking for his QB.
Name: Danny Clark Age: 13 Team: Massillon Tigers, Massillon Ohio Position: Quarterback/ Linebacker Height/Weight: 6’2 / 180 pounds Favorite NFL Player: Tim Tebow and Michael Vick Favorite College Team: Ohio State Buckeyes Future Goals: To be a Quarterback in the NFL Offense: Spread offense/ I-formation Favorite Play: Bootleg- when he has the run/pass option Favorite […]
We’re happy to feature youth football referee Steve Wells as a guest contributor. He’ll answer questions you may have regarding youth football officiating and give you a glimpse of what it’s like to be a ref.