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NUC Testimonials

Courtesy: National Underclassmen Football Combine Staff
          Release: August 02, 2012
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EJ Levenberry,Woodbridge, Virginia

We are grateful to you and your organization. He had the talent but you put him on the map. I know your numbers are going to increase in the DC area based on what EJ did last year in your combine. I know so many people that have related they were signing their kids up.

-Eric Levenberry

 

Angelo Perrucci, Wilson Area HS

The Charleston events that occurred between December 27, 2010 and December 31, 2010 could not have been better. The competition was great. The coaches were accessible, helpful, and positive. The facilities were easy to get to and, since they were in Charleston, provided many other activities for our family over the break. Perhaps, most impressive, was the organizational skills your staff exhibited in pulling so many athletes from all over the globe together for so many fun events. Thanks again.

 

Coach Schuman,

I am Coach Wayne Wilkes of Walker High School (brought Blake WIlkes, Quadrekas Key, and Austin Mansell to the Top Prospect camp) I wanted to express my appreciation to you for what your camps have helped do for QB Blake Wilkes (2014) of Walker High in Alabama. He has been going through your camps since 7th grade. He was in the shadow of his big brother who had signed at Troy as a QB, and also heard a lot from family members because I had played QB for Coach Dykes at Texas Tech. He was NOT very confident in himself until he hit his first combine for you. He had a good performance and a fire was lit. He is now one of the best leaders we have. He is confident without being arrogant, which is a rare thing these days. He has also had incredible numbers that I credit to the work he put in to prepare for your camps. He posted a 35.5 vertical at the Gulf Shores combine, broad jumped 9'6", posted shuttle times this year between 4.21 and 4.37, and had a laser 40 at one campus of 4.8, and a hand time at Western KY at 4.76, to go along with his 6' 2 1/2 194lb. He even increased his bench to 260 lbs a few weeks ago.

He was so hungry to do well this summer, hitting 14 on campus camps from the states of Georgia, Ohio, Tennessee, Mississippi, Michigan, Tennessee, and Alabama. It made me proud as a 19 year high school football coach to see a kid so driven, without me having to push him at all. He was extremely excited about the chance to go against A.J. at Top Prospect, and they pushed each other pretty good on the same team in 7 on 7 action. It was a big boost for him to throw TD's on all but one possession throughout the day, when time ran out on his last drive and he threw his first incomplete pass (non extra point) of the day on his last play.

I truly believe that what you are doing through these camps has had a huge impact on his drive to be one of the top qb's in the south and in the country. When he told me what his goals were in November, I thought he was setting things that were unreachable. But he busted it and pushed that vert up 2.5 inches, 5 inches on the broad, dropped .3 off the 40, became one of the most accurate passers at any of the camps, and found himself in the "A" group with seniors at all 14 on campus camps this summer.

He is excited about this coming season, but is already talking about wanting to get back to Oklahoma and be the MVP next season.

Thanks for putting on these events. They give kids an opportunity to show what they can do, and ways to drive themselves to get better. I know you probably get thousands of emails per day, but I sincerely appreciate what you do. I hope that when I hang up the whistle in a few years I can find a way to get involved with you and help in any way possible.

God bless,

Coach Wayne Wilkes
Walker High School

 

Eli Woodard CB, 2013 US Army All-American/ Ohio State Commit

I want to thank NUC for being there during this process. I started off in the 8th & 9th grades at the NUC which gave me my first taste of what type of competition is out there. The experience I got from the NUC Combine and U100 Camps let me see exactly where I stood. I was able to take this & apply it to my training. High school goes fast & from day one grades, work ethic, family support & the events you attend all count. Thank you NUC & blessed to be US Army AA & Ohio State Buckeye.
 

Ranthony Texada, Centennial HS

I just wanted to tell you that you guys probably run the best and most organized combine that I've been too. I attended a camp where people testing were through the roof. It was ridiculous. They had lineman running 4.10 shuttle and jumping 35 inch verticals. I just wanted to say keep doing a good job. The combine is growing really fast.
 

Jordan Berg, Kettle Moraine HS

I just wanted to thank you for the NUC and the great job you've done building it. My son Jordan Berg has received interest from 3 Big Ten teams since his showing at the Whitewater WI., NUC regional May 19th.

-Kevin Berg

 

Coach Johnson,

Words can not express how this experience with NUC has made me feel. You have seen Isaiah in both a combine setting and 7-on-7, I think that we both would agree the kid may truely have "IT".......... You and your staff have made this very memorable for my son and we truely "THANK YOU". Isaiah is only an 8th grader so we are not sure where this ride will take us or end at, but you have opened his eyes.

Percy Townes

 

Xtreme Procision is excited to sponsor NUC's eight elite teams. NUC's dedication to developing high quality football players and XP's commitment to teaching those players sound football fundamentals make this a perfect partnership. Together we are creating the next generation of football players. This is youth football at its best.
 


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