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Future Stars Game Florida Vs Georgia

Future Stars Game Florida Vs Georgia

Future Stars Game Florida Vs Georgia

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With two future stars playing in the SEC, the game is bound to be extra exciting! Future stars, when they reach a certain level, are often given a number now deemed with a "2" (2nd star) or a "3" (3rd star).

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The Future Stars Game has long been considered as one of the most talent-filled youth football all-star events in the country. That statement is proved to be true each year as signing day comes for high school athletes. The Florida-Georgia Future Stars Game has seen over 70 alumni sign college football scholarships for 4 straight years. Altogether, over 350 of our alumni have signed college football scholarships over the last 6 years. Our game has seen the biggest names in football. Trevor Lawrence, Clemson QB and #1 player in the country was a 4-time participant in the Future Stars Game. Pittsburgh Steelers first-round draft pick Devin Bush participated in our first ever game. We have seen multiple players that ended up being the #1 overall recruits in the country including the latest, 2019 Georgia signee Nolan Smith.

The Future Stars Game is a Florida vs Georgia Middle School All-Star Football Classic entering its 5th year in 2015. Players are selected to participate in the Future Stars Game by attending camps all over the states of Florida and Georgia. During those camps the kids are coached and evaluated by our coaches and scouts. Then the coaches and scouts come together and select the best of the best from all the camps to create the Future Stars teams. There is only one way to play in the game, and that is to attend the Future Stars Game Camps. The registration fee for the camp was $40 and each player received a camp shirt. Players were evaluated in football drills as well as participate in a short combine. The combine results are posted on the FSG's website after each camp is complete. The Sandy Creek Youth Football Association had several players to represent the Jr. Patriots this year. If you would like for your child to attend next year, please stay tuned to our site or visit FSG's site at http://www.futurestarsgame.com/wp/. (Source: www.scjrpatriots.com)

 

 

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