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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.
“Future Stars is a good opportunity for kids to learn the fundamentals that will carry them through high school and potentially college,” said APSU Head Football Coach Will Healy. “It will help them gain confidence and grow more fully into who they are as a player. We want to make sure that this event is a fun opportunity and a rewarding experience for all of the kids who come to play football in this first-class stadium in this first-class city. Whether or not they ever advance to college or Division 1 football, we want them to enjoy their time here.” (Source: clarksvillenow.com)
Future Stars games are coached by former professional players, which makes the opportunity even more special for the young athletes. In 2016, the Tennessee head coach for seventh grade was Chris Wampler, former University of Tennessee Volunteer (1980-82) who played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Eighth graders played for coach Todd Kelly, a former all-SEC University of Tennessee Volunteer (1989-92) who was a 1992 first round draft pick for the San Francisco 49ers and a member of the Super Bowl XXIX winning 49er team.
The Future Stars games are played in alternating states each year, so Harrington hopes the event will be back in Clarksville in 2019. “There’s not a better venue–or a better city–in the State of Tennessee where these guys can play football and have this great experience. We’re going to do everything we can to keep the Future Stars games coming back to Clarksville,” she said. (Source: clarksvillenow.com)