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Kentucky Future Stars Football

Kentucky Future Stars Football

Kentucky Future Stars Football

Kentucky Future Stars offers football for all levels of players from Pre-K through High School. All of their coaches are certified at the highest levels of football. The emphasis is on player safety, which is why their drills are fun and challenging, never repetitive. Hope your child gets accepted into this program.

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Each participant will then have the opportunity to try out to be selected to attend a 3 Day camp and cheer at the Kentucky Future Stars All-star football game and activities. Participants will try out by performing the materials/cheers focused on during the tryout clinic. Each participant will begin by spiriting onto the try out floor. Any running or standing tumbling will be performed after the cheer performance. Running or standing tumbling is optional and not required.

Kentucky versus Tennessee “Future Stars” Football Classic is the oldest and original Middle School all-star game in the states of Kentucky and Tennessee. The goal behind beginning Future Stars was too put each state’s BEST athletes on a stage and give them a chance to showcase their talents, gain some exposure heading into high school and offer them a week to remember for the rest of their life. Each athlete will be given a chance to live like college athletes for a few days to provide them an early taste of what it’s like hoping that will motivate each athlete even more into playing college football one day. This year over 300 athletes competed statewide for roster spots. (Source: haywoodschools.com)

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Aspiring Middle School football players from around the Commonwealth gathered in Somerset on Saturday to show their abilities in hopes of making the state-wide Kentucky All-Star Teams. This is the 10th year that Kentucky Future Stars has held their yearly Combines across the state to select teams from both the 7th Grade and 8th Grade. This year the program is expanding to add a third team for 6th Graders. Teams will be selected for each of the three grades and will then take on the All-Star Teams from Tennessee in the annual game. This year’s game(s) will be hosted by Tennessee and held at Austin Peay University in Clarksville, Tennessee on Saturday, June 15th.

“We are thrilled for Future Stars to return to Clarksville and we look forward to giving them a fantastic, one-of-a-kind Clarksville experience,” said Visit Clarksville Executive Director Theresa Harrington. “It was one of the first football events we hosted in the new Fortera Stadium. This year, sixth graders will join the seventh and eighth graders [in the games], so we’re expecting our numbers to almost double.” (Source: clarksvillenow.com)

 

 

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