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AP Football will hold weekend and holiday indoor 7v7 developmental evaluation tournaments in order to create a club prospect list and to continue advancement of all area football players.
Developmental tournaments are good for any football player looking to improve on their skill and get more live reps in the off-season!
The development tournaments consist of 45 minutes of individual skill work with our elite coaching staff before we will split the talent up evenly and play 7v7 tournaments in order to maximize reps and competition for the kids. In all of our tournaments and leagues, our coaches will be coaching the kids on fundamental route and coverage concepts the entire time.
At the beginning of March, we will make our two teams of 24 players at each age level. One team will be a full travel and one team will be partial travel for each age group in order to fit any budget and time schedule. The NFA will release its national schedule in December and a final schedule and cost for the team will be made then.
This is the registration for the AP Football Elite Combine Class. AP Elite Combine Class will be Saturday and Sunday 11 am – 12 pm. Each class is 60 min in length and will work on developing better 40 yd dash, Vertical, pro agility, 3 cone, and bench press through functional drill work to the tests and specific strength and explosive training. Walk up cost for each class will be $20. Please contact coach Spencer at email@example.com to sign up for a walk up workout.
This is the registration for the AP Football Skills class. AP Skills class will be Saturday and Sunday from 12 pm – 1 pm. Each class is 60 min in length and will work on the fundamental skill at the position each athlete plays. Walk up cost for each class will be $20. Please contact coach Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a walk up workout.
This is the registration for the package deal of participating in the AP Football skills and combine class together. If you participate in both classes together it is $400 ($90 savings) total for both. Walk up registration for each class is $20. Please email@example.com to register for a walk up.
Are you looking for some more individual attention with your skills training? Individual skills training sessions with an AP Football coach are available by appointment only. Email us today to get a coach and schedule set.
Spencer Schulz is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. While at Oshkosh Schulz was a four-year letter winner and two year starter on the defensive line. After his playing career Schulz was the defensive line coach at Oshkosh for the 2009 season. Schulz was then the defensive line coach and defensive assistant at Menomonee Falls High School during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Over the passed two seasons Schulz has been a consultant with the youth and high school football programs at Nicolet. Spencer is currently the General Manager at Athlete Performance and resides in Milwaukee.
Steve currently owns and operates Athlete Performance, LLC, based out of Mequon, WI. He continues to train several of the Milwaukee area’s elite athletes through sport specific strength and conditioning programs. He has been training NFL prospects for summer training camps, preparing basketball players for the NBDL and over seas. Steve’s experience in the professional and college sports ranks have give him a distinct edge in the development of training programs that target athlete development.
Shane Covington is a Graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where he was a two year Letter Winner, Two time All Conference, All American and a Two Time National Champion. Before he attended Whitewater, he was at Indiana University where he was a two year letter Winner and a Big Ten Freshman Honorable mention. After College Eligibility, Shane got a mini camp invite with the Tennessee Titans. After being release, he has been pursuing his dream to make a NFL roster by playing in the Arena Football League. Shane has been coaching high school football for three years now. His first year was coaching Defensive Backs at Piux High School in 2013. His Second year was coaching Running backs at Marquette High School 2014. Currently he is the Wide Receivers coach at Nicolet High School.
Adrian Battles is a former D2 player at Minnesota State University-Mankato where he started every game of his career at Left Tackle from 2006-2010. After college he went on to play professionally. He signed free agent contracts with both the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers where he was apart of the Super Bowl XLV championship team. After an injury in the 2013 training camp with the Green Bay Packers, Adrian has still been pursuing his dream playing in smaller leagues like the AFL to get back. Currently residing in Milwaukee.
At Central Michigan University, Nick Bellore started at inside linebacker his freshman year and through his senior season. Bellore holds the second highest consecutive start streak at CMU with 51 games. He was an All-MAC First Team selection on defense in 2008, 2009 and 2010. The Chippewas appeared in three bowl games during Bellore’s career, winning one (the 2010 GMAC Bowl), only the second bowl win in CMU history. He was also selected as CMU’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009.
After going undrafted in the 2011 NFL Draft, Bellore drew interest as an undrafted free agent from over half of the teams in the NFL. He signed with the Jets on July 26, 2011, and was kept on the roster to start the 2011 NFL season. He recorded 19 tackles in the 2011 season mainly on special teams. On October 14th, 2012, Bellore caught his first career pass on a fake punt by Tim Tebow. He gained 23 yards on the play. Jets coaches looked into converting him to play fullback in training camp of 2012, but the experiment was short lived and he returned to linebacker. On January 6, 2015, Bellore was named to the 2014 Pro Football Focus All-Pro Team.
Belore currently plays linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers.
A local Milwaukee product, Randee Drew played at Northern Illinois University, as a defensive back and return specialist, from 2000-2004. A 4-year starter and 2-time First Team All MAC performer, Drew was named one of the 50 greatest players in NIU history. After his collegiate years, Drew was signed as a free agent with the San Francisco 49ers in 2004 and 2005. In 2005, Drew played with the Cologne Centerions in NFL Europe, allocated by the 49ers. Drew played with the Green Bay Blizzard in 2006 and then signed with the Montreal Allouetts in 2007. In 2007, Drew was the team’s Defensive MVP and All CFL Player and Rookie of the Year, as well as team leader in interceptions. In 2009, Drew signed with the Edmonton Eskimos, where he played for two seasons. Currently, Drew works at Whitefish Bay High School where he coaches defensive backs.
AP Football is proud to be a member of the National 7v7 Football Association (NFA7v7). NFA7v7 is a governing body of 7v7 football that focuses on improving players through expanding opportunities to play competitive football in a controlled environment.
To learn more about the NFA7v7, please visit their website.
At Athlete Performance, we know what it takes to become Elite – you must train with your team first and you need to train extra on enhancing your strengths and changing your weakness. At Athlete Performance, we are that extra! Sign up today to learn about how you can take your game to the next level.
The AP Football season starts with tryouts in November and continues throughout the winter with developmental evaluation events, combine training camps, position specific strength and skill camps, and tryouts again in February to finalize rosters.
At the tryout each athlete will get some initial combine numbers. The try out will then run like an AP Football Camp. The players will be coached and taken through drills by AP Football staff on individual position technique, half line drills, one on one drills, and live 7v7.
Once the travel season has started AP Football will also have camps throughout the summer until the high school football season starts.
Any athlete that takes part in AP Football will be on our prospect list and will gain the advantage of get your name out to coaches through our vast network our staff of NFL and former college players have at the collegiate level. All camps and tryouts will currently be held in the Greater Milwaukee area.
Register today for our upcoming tryout or sign up to be on our prospect list to receive updated information on tryouts and camps. For more information, please call Athlete Performance.