European-Elite will be putting on a youth football summer camp with the Radebeul Suburbian Foxes on Aug 29-30, 2015.
Eric Hoerl and Tim Miscovich of European-Elite Sports Recruiting, together with the coaching staff of the Suburbian Foxes, will put on a two day, non-padded beginner football camp for young players who are interested in learning more about American Football.
Topics will be:
-basic understandings of the sport and technique
-coordination and use of momentum to improve movement, speed, and balance
-individual position training leading to team integration
To sign-up email email@example.com
Facebook Event: www.facebook.com/events/1609431489337814
Rabebeul Suburbian Foxes: www.facebook.com/suburbian.foxes.radebeul
European Elite-Sports Recruiting: www.facebook.com/pages/EE-Sports-Recruiting/504331339670541
Which city are you from and what made you decide to play football in Germany as a junior?
“I was lucky for being born and raised in Hamburg, a big city with numerous football teams. I have tried many sports like swimming, tennis, and martial arts before I decided to try out football at the age of 12 or 13. “
How did your hear about IMG Academy, and what made you decide to go there?
“Hearing about IMG Academy was actually just an accident. I wanted to do a High School Year in the States, and take the chance to obtain some valuable football knowledge. Then, my Mom and me accidentally found the IMG website which looked pretty awesome to us.”
IMG Academy celebrated the College Commitments of 165 student-athletes at the annual Spring Commitment Ceremony. Since 2009, more than 98% of IMG Academy student-athletes go on to college, with more than 60% earning scholarship opportunities to play at the Division-I level, with 30% earning a place at a top-100 school according to the U.S. News & World Report.
The full list of student-athletes honored today includes:
IMG Academy has gone a combined 19-3 over the first two seasons
IMG Academy names Steve Walsh new football director
and Kevin Wright head football coach
Today IMG Academy named Steve Walsh Director of Football and Kevin Wright Head Football Coach. Walsh enjoyed an 11-year career as an NFL quarterback before turning to coaching, while Wright has built an impressive coaching legacy among the high school ranks in Indiana.