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Future Stars Football Tryouts 2018

Future Stars Football Tryouts 2018

Future Stars Football Tryouts 2018

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Registration is open for Future Stars Football Program’s 2018 Tryouts. This is a chance for children to try out for the first football team of the season. We want to ensure that our tryouts will be fair for everyone and the best for Rising Stars Football.

Program

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July 29th 2017 the Seahawks lost our founding father, Marv Mills. His love of football was second to none and only surpassed by his dedication to the children of North Edmonton. His memory lives on in our volunteers and every child that begins a love of this great game through our program. He may be gone, but is never forgotten. Rest in peace!

The Eastern Ranges have two main programs: the U17 Futures Squad and the U19 NAB League Boys. We also run two smaller programs to help develop players and give them an insight into how the club operates and what they need to do to further their football careers: U14 Development Day and U15 Next Generation Squad. However, players may be selected to join any squad at any time. (Source: easternrangesfc.com.au)

Player

“This kid will be special” said Future Stars Game Director, Valister Wilson of Benjamin Jackson.Jackson, the 2017 Albany Most Outstanding Player, displayed the rare combination of size and speed that you don’t just come across every day. Jackson, built like a cinder block at 5’9 and 200 pounds, still ran a 5.19 40 and a 4.84 shuttle, which was good enough for 2nd and 3rd accordingly for 2017 athletes in Albany.He has a linebacker’s mentality to simply hit and destroy anything in his way, and if he continues to develop, we could very well be seeing him on Saturdays in the future at a D1 school.

The 2018 Most Outstanding Player at the Albany tryouts, Williams turned in the best 40 time (5.72) and shuttle time (4.79) of any player his age. Williams took reps at quarterback as well as at defensive back, and while he looked good offensively, his future may be at safety. He is a natural player in the secondary and contrary to his play on the offensive side of the ball, Williams plays without hesitation on defense. He exudes confidence at the safety position and plays at a different speed from other athletes at that position. (Source: youth1.com)

 

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