It has been my pleasure to have placed 300 athletes at the Division One level over the years, with a high percentage of them coming from Texas. My specialty had been basketball players but we've had many athletes who made the jump to football in their collegiate and pro careers including Heisman Trophy Winner Robert Griffin III (Baylor) and Alex Okafor (Texas).
In Texas, we've got that special mix of talent, competent club & high school coaching and training, great facilities, a solid public school educational system and of course a committed group of families who see the strength of what a student athlete can earn through their efforts...a college scholarship.
When Brandon Hernandez approached me with his desire to really push forward and help FOOTBALL players specifically I couldn't wait to tackle the project. We are beginning to line up our ducks with the goal of becoming the most potent force in the youth recruiting market. Myself, Brandon and our outstanding team look forward to helping club coaches, families and players maximize their experience and to build great memories...and ideally to connect players to a free education at all levels. (D1, D2, D3, JC, NAIA)
It's important to us as a company to provide great service at an affordable price and to leverage our relationships in the recruiting world to ensure each player's success. Welcome to the D1 Nation - Coach Max Ivany
Enjoy the recaps of some outstanding Thanksgiving Weekend youth football playoff performances. Be sure to vote for your favorite player. Voting ends at midnight Friday, December 1st.
At the Junior level of TYFA playoffs, the 713 (Houston) Cardinals RB Raynard Hall had 4 touchdowns against the Hamilton Park Bobcats.
In the TSYFL 10U Championship DFW Dawgs Elite handcuffed the San Antonio Outlaws 21-0. RB DeAndre Riden was the enforcer, gaining 121 yards on 12 carries while finding the end zone twice.
In the TSYFL 11U title game, the San Antonio Warhawks scalped the Brazo Valley Battle Cats 20-6. Running back Austin Vivier had 11 carries for an astonishing 240 yards, including a TD and two point conversion. As if that wasn't enough, he had 14 tackles on the defensive side.
The San Antonio Predators overwhelmed the Killeen Trojans in a TYFA Junior Level playoff game as QB Isaac Martinez threw three TD passes, ran for another and had over 200 yards passing.