Florida – The 2020 high school football season is coming to a close. With the conclusion of the padded season, starts the evaluation season. The BCP camp circuit will consist of two non-padded evaluation camps. Small Skill in January. Big Skill and Linemen in February. Register HERE!
We want college coaches to start noticing the campers we are excited to see in the camp/training setting versus talent they do not see during the season. We want the promotion to start early in hopes college coaches are attracted to many of the same kids we are.
Take a look at our Twitter following to see the college coaches, evaluators, and high school sports publications that follow us. Watch the content we produce. All it takes is for one coach to like a player we have promoted. That player is noted, communication starts, camp invites are sent and hopefully, offers are extended.
We want those [College Coaches] to see something in the content we publish to make those same college coaches research more on the players we promote.
Defensive backs really thrive in our camp circuit because we actually get to see them in man-2-man situations. Not many teams play man-2-man and kids could thrive in a camp setting because they have that ability they don’t get to show off on Friday Nights. Today we drop two defensive backs who attracted our attention. Take a look at the WATCH LIST.
Ian Jolley, Plant City 2022 DB – A true 6-foot defensive back who drew the toughest matchup each game when he played corner. But a 6-foot defensive back with ability is super attractive. If you defend enough passes, you will get beat. If you defend enough good receivers, you’ll get beat more. At the same time, you will make plays because of opportunities. Jolley will enter camp season very confident as he has a ton of experience now after covering some of the best pass-catchers around. We are super excited to see this Raider in action in January.
Fred Adams Jr., Zephyrhills Christian 2024 DB – ZCA is no longer that new school in the middle of nowhere. A proven 2A program with a few handfuls of playoff wins and some college products. We may have found another. Now Fred is a baby, young buck. Only a 9th grader. However, he shows flashes that catch the eye.