An invite-only camp, Elite Underclassmen Camp Series offers a unique opportunity to showcase, train and learn what it takes to become an elite football player. The camp series is instructed by NFL players, providing each athlete the opportunity to learn from the best football players in the country. Selected players from the camp will earn the right to play in the Under Armour All-America Game & Future 50 in Orlando.
The events are covered by major media outlets in the country, including ESPN and the UC Report.
The FBU National Championship tournament celebrates and promotes youth football through uniting all-star athletes of all backgrounds from across the United States in a true, one-of-a-kind national tournament. The only national football tournament of its kind, the annual FBU National Championship crowns a national champion from brackets in grades 6th, 7th, and 8th.
The FBU Top Gun Showcase is an annual three-day national showcase, designed to highlight the best middle school and high school FBU student-athletes in an intense position-specific test of technical skill and ability.
Football University is the recognized leader in developing and enhancing the ability and skill of serious football players in middle school and high school. Since 2007, Football University has helped thousands of student-athletes become better football players through intense, position-specific technique training, NFL-level coaching and instruction, and the country’s most elite events.
The FBU Path includes FBU Camps and Showcases, the FBU National Championship tournament, the FBU Freshman All-American Bowl, the National Combine, and the All-American Bowl on NBC.
The Future 50 are the best underclassmen high school football players in the nation and Under Armour All-America Game prospects. Each year, Under Armour hosts the Future 50 Underclassman Camp during the week of the Under Armour All-America Game to see who has what it takes to be an Under Armour All-American.
The NFL Academy, which opened in September 2019, is a major UK initiative by the NFL, which aims to use American football to create life-changing opportunities for young people. The NFL Academy offers student athletes aged 16-19 the opportunity to combine their education with a life skills program and an intensive training in the sport, under the guidance of full-time professional coaches.
Pylon 7on7 Football is a vessel for high school and youth athletes to be seen by college programs, compete at a high level and further develop their football specific skill set. Pylon, the originators of 7on7 football, currently have 225 alumni actively on NFL rosters and have seen 2,500-plus alumni go on to receive college scholarships.
The Ray Lewis Camp offers a unique opportunity to showcase, train and learn what it takes to become an elite football player. Spearheaded by Super Bowl Champion Ray Lewis, the camp provides high school athletes with a 1-on-1 breakdown of on-field drills and film study, helping to prepare each athlete to play at the next level.
NextGen camps are designed to discover and provide exposure for the country’s best High School Underclassmen and Middle School football players. NextGen Camp Alumni have received more than 700 Division 1 Scholarship Offers. Are you ready for THE SHOW?
An invite-only showcase, the UA Next All-America Game, showcases the nation’s premier middle school football players. The top 8th grade student-athletes are determined in conjunction with the Under Armour All-America Middle School Camp Series and are comprised of players who have proven their worth on the gridiron and in the classroom. These accomplished athletes represent the next generation of Under Armour All-Americans.
The UC Report is the premier underclassmen scouting database in college football. Servicing 64 of the 65 Power 5 schools, the UC Report uses exclusive camp data, measurables and video from the Under Armour All-America Camp Series, Pylon 7v7 and more.
An invite-only camp, The Under Armour All-America Camp Series offers a unique opportunity to showcase, train and learn what it takes to become an All-American athlete. At the conclusion of each event, selected players will earn the right to play in the UA All-America Game & Future 50 in Orlando.
The events are covered by every major media outlet in the country, including ESPN, Scout, Rivals, 247 Sports and Bleacher Report.