San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Camps for Champs & eSportsInstruction.com “Youth Football Camp™”
Registration 8 am - Camp 9 - 11 am - FREE with Pre-Registration
Audience: Student-Athletes (Grades 6-8)
Topic: Instructional Skills Football Camp
Description: high school positions, recommendations for national teams, all star teams and colleges. Our staff will provide and teach individual and group Instruction & player Analysis, Skill Position Football Fundamentals, Offensive & Defensive Position Specific Trainingm,1-on-1 Passing, 1 on 1 drills and 7-on-7 Passing competition.
Camps for Champs & eSportsInstruction.com “College Prospect Football ShowCase / Camp™” Registration 8 am - Camp 12am - 2pm
Pre-registration Only $ 30.00 on site $ 40.00
Audience: Student-Athletes (Grades 9-12 and Jr. College)
Topic: College Recruiting Evualation Camp
Description: The college recruiting process is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Unfortunately, thousands of student-athletes miss out on this experience because they don’t understand the process. Camps and Practices are intense and competitive! The coaches hold each player accountable to perform at their maximum level every play. We evaluate players skills and help them to connect to colleges and universities nationwide. eSportsInstruction.com has been working with student athletes since 1998.
eSportsInstruction.com ”College Recruiting Workshop™”
Off School Site at local Hotel- 3:30 pm - 5 pm
Cost: 40.00 per student-athlete and 2 parents
Audience: Student-Athletes and Parents (Grades 8-12)
Topic: The College Recruiting Process
Description: The college recruiting process is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Unfortunately, thousands of student-athletes miss out on this experience because they don’t understand the process. Our speakers educate student-athletes and parents on the rules, regulations and harsh realities of the ultra-competitive college recruiting process. We cover all collegiate sports in this workshop. These workshops are presented by former professional and collegiate athletes for student athletes and their parents. Our workshops have been presented nationwide, helping student athletes and parents to understand the recruiting process.
When & Where
Reginald Grant , eSportsInstruction.com (Los Angeles)
Camp Coordinator, Former NFL (New York Jets) and CFL player, Coach, Scout, Educator, former National Director NFL funded Youth Impact Program at Southern California, South Florida, Tulane and Rice Universities, Board of Directors eSportsInstruction.com and NAAAA presenters of the premier award in the nation for high school male Scholar Athletes the “Watkins Award.
Total Student Athlete, founder Mike Kostoff (Detroit, Michigan)
Michael Kostoff, M.A. Ed. has coached football at the high school and college level for the past 17 years. His college experience includes coaching at Adrian College and The University of Findlay. His recruiting experience has given him a solid understanding of the recruiting process especially at the DII and DIII levels. He has encountered a number of gifted and talented athletes who were lost, confused and unaware of the recruiting process. These athletes couldn’t get the opportunity to become a college athlete because they failed to understand recruiting is a four year process. Author of the "Win All Four" workbook for aspiring college scholarship student athletes and parents.
Marks Mentoring by Trainer to the pros Mark Ricks ( Currently Arena League Football Coach)
Garnett Mims, Muscles in Motion Systems (Detroit)
National Marketing Director, founder Muscles in Motion Systems and LinemenOnly.com, thirty years in the recruiting / athlete placement industry. Nationally recognized recruiting expert and football trainer.
Darrell Rhodes, FootballConsultant.net (Los Angeles)
Director Video Services and Scouting, founder and on the Board of Directors for FootballConsultant.net. FootballConsultant.net is one of the leading scouting and college placement services. Helped his son current NFL player Jonathon Amaya, New Orleans Saints get into college and the NFL.