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7 ON 7.

The hot-button topic of the offseason in U.S.  high school football is the continued evolution and impact of 7-on-7 on the football landscape. 7v7 has quickly become a sport of its own.  The growth of club sports along with the increasing value of the passing game has given the 7v7  platform a rise towards success. The game works on the fundamentals of the spread offense common to modern football furthermore the players see it as a way to compete and improve. "If you can cover a guy without pads, you can cover him with pads." From a holistic standpoint, it ensures you develop a player to meet and exceed their full potential thus bringing that same confidence into real game scenarios. There’s no doubt 7-on-7 isn’t real football, but rather modern non-contact football,    a way to see who the biggest and fastest talents are. Players at all levels from 8 years old to potential 5 star recruits greatly benefit  from this  environment in which presents an opportunity for players to:

  1. Increase their chances of gaining exposure.
  2. Work on skills against good competition.
  3. Negate the concerns of the long-term health of players brains and bodies.