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What is the RecruitBomb FNF Magazine Camp Series?
The RecruitBomb Camp Series gives athletes a chance to show off their skills as amateur football players. We want quarterbacks who can throw, wide receivers who can catch, offensive linemen who can block, and defensive backs who can cover and tackle. With the proper approach, it will be an eye-opening experience!
This is a WORK event designed to make the player more prepared for the upcoming spring, summer and fall season. There will be opportunities to improve, refine and learn from some of the best coaches and instructors around. The RecruitBomb Camp Series is a competitive and educational environment for athletes in grades 7 through 11.
We will also provide players and parents with information on the recruiting process from people who know what’s what. With the proper approach, it will be an eye-opening experience! There will be photographers, videographers and media on hand as well. Players will also have the opportunity to learn about FNF magazine and how they can get their name in print.
Full Schedule for 2016
February 13 | Jacksonville/St. Johns
Creekside High School 100 Knights Ln, St Johns, FL 32259
March 12 | Polk County
Tenoroc High School 4905 Saddle Creek Rd, Lakeland, FL 33801
The RecruitBomb Camp Series is separated into three separate showcases, with each specializing in a particular area. For each showcase, an event MVP will be announced and awarded a trophy, with certificates for honorable mentions.
Six Reasons to Participate
Athletes find out where they stand in comparison to other players at their position.
The best way to improve is to put yourself in a challenging situation to discover how you respond. Experience only makes you stronger.
Players will develop skill sets they lack and improve on ones they already have.
This camp will be the last event before spring practice for most players and will be a good opportunity to test their fitness and preparation.
Players will have the opportunity to revise their goals based upon their ability and development.
The camp will make players more useful to their current and future teams. Players' profiles will be shared with recruiting organizations.
RecruitBomb Honor Roll
Here are the top 5 results of the 2016 RecruitBomb Camp Series in each of our skill tests.
5-10-5 Short Shuttle
- 4.09 Deven Gray, Creekside
- 4.15 Jai Williams, Terry Parker
- 4.15 Vance Bennett, Creekside
- 4.19 Gabriel O'Hara, Creekside
- 4.22 Jamal Chapman, Dixie County (t.); Sam Bradley, Creekside(t.)
- 10.2ft. Jai Williams, Terry Parker
- 10.2ft. Thomas Slavin, Creekside
- 10.0ft. Jordan Wright, Springstead
- 9.9ft. Javon Williams, Ribault
- 9.6ft. Vance Bennett, Creekside (t.); Gabriel O'Hara, Creekside
- 4.59 Deven Gray, Creekside
- 4.60 Semaj James, Victory Christian
- 4.62 Devin Cooper, Bolles
- 4.63 Jamal Chapman, Dixie County
- 4.66 Emerson Kabus, St. Augustine
- 30in Emerson Kabus, St. Augustine
- 29in Jai Williams, Terry Parker
- 29in James Smith, Dixie County
- 28in Thomas Slavin, Creekside
- 27in Sam Bradley, Creekside (t.); Connor Cline, Creekside (t.); Ryan Mills, Creekside (t.); Gabriel O'Hara, Creekside (t.); Dustin Owens, Creekside (t.); Marcus Riley, Rickards (t.)
- 6.73 Jai Williams, Terry Parker
- 6.78 Jordan Wright, Springstead
- 6.80 Zach Tallent, George Jenkins
- 6.90 John Jones, Lake Wales; Quenten Cowart, Haines City
- 6.93 Marcus Riley, Rickards
Bench Press (reps @ 185lbs)
- 26 Charles Strong, P.K. Yonge
- 24 Chandler Pearce, Lake Gibson
- 22 Anthony Hampton, North Marion
- 21 Dillon Williams, Wharton
- 18 Garrit Cloud, Bartow; Tyler Schultz, Bartow; Terrance Skinner, Zephyrhills