JUCO Elite Camps

The JUCO Elite Exposure Camp started back in 2003 and is an opportunity for junior college players to get national exposure on our Elite Football Network and compete against some of the top junior college prospects in the country. Our first camp was held 10 years ago at the Pontiac Silverdome in Michigan and our second camp was held at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, IN. When the camp first started we had an average of 70-90 college programs in attendance each of the first 3 years. We still have a great relationship with these college coaches today, and are a valuable resource for them to recruit players across the country.

Junior College players need to promote themselves during the off-season so they have options once they receive their associates degree. 400 junior college players across the country signed with Division 1 schools in 2013. Division 1 4-year universities need an easier way to recruit junior college athletes and we feel our national Elite Football Network and our JUCO Elite Exposure Camps can assist athletes with getting recognition.

Our goal is to find the top Junior College football players in the country and have them compete against one another in our JUCO Elite Exposure Camp. Our camps are also used to evaluate and rank all junior college prospects based on their in-season and camp performance. Our camps are all videotaped and we will conduct player interviews after the camp. All athletes will have photos taken of them and will be displayed on their Player Profiles on the Elite Football Network.

Position and Agility Drills
Each athlete must designate a primary position when they register for the camp. Each group will have color coded jerseys based on their position. The Football Position Drills will be run by some of the top high school football coaches in the Midwest, along with former college & NFL Players. Athletes will participate in 4-5 position and agility stations throughout the camp. All drills will be videotaped for EliteSportsNetwork.com and college coaches. All Agility Drills will be beneficial for our staff to evaluate players overall athletic ability, strength and conditioning.

Running Back Drills & Technique Training

  • Agility Drills
  • Ball Handling Skills
  • Routes Running
  • Catching out of the Backfield
  • and more...

Quarterbacks Drills & Technique Training
  • Footwork
  • Mechanics
  • Drops (3 Step, 5 Step, 7 Step) & Rollout Passing Drills
  • Routes on Air
  • and more...

Wide Receiver Drills & Technique Training
  • Agility
  • Route Running
  • Coverage Recognition
  • Routes on Air
  • and more...

Linebacker Drills & Technique Training
  • Footwork & Agility
  • Coverage Drills
  • Pursuit Drills
  • Route Recognition
  • and more.,..

Defensive Back Drills & Technique Training
  • Stance
  • Footwork & Agility
  • Coverage Drills
  • Route Recognition
  • and more...
We will also provide several tips and pointers to help athletes develop a game plan for maximizing their potential at their position.

Competition Drills
Once the position and agility drills are finished, all athletes will participate in 1-on-1 Drills. This is the most important part of the evaluation process. It doesn’t matter if you come from a small school or a large school; everyone is on an equal level playing field. This is where you prove how good you are. We have set aside a lot of time for this part of the camp so all athletes get a lot of reps. All drills will be videotaped for the EliteSportsNetwork.com and college coaches.

Best of the Best Competition
The JUCO Elite Exposure Camps are known for the Best of the Best Competition at the end of camp. Throughout the day our staff is identifying the top players in attendance. These top players will be called out to compete against each other to see who are the best at their position. Please see our video highlights from previous camps prior to the event. Awards will be passed out at the end of camp and will be recognized on EliteSportsNetwork.com.

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