Football University Atlanta Recap

DULUTH, GA — Football University invaded Atlanta with its youth and high school camp. The energy was high, the weather perfect for great technique, training, and instruction. Memorial Day Weekend would be a chance for the best youth and high school football talent to display it to the world.

During the classroom sessions, camp participants got an opportunity to learn from instructors who have college and NFL experience and knowledge. The students became sponges to their knowledge and expertise, as the Football University instructors breakdown each position.

Although the level of talent was high, a few athletes stood out from the rest:


Kyle Kinner

Wide Receiver, Rising Senior out of Minster Christian Academy, St. Louis, MO

Kyle put on a clinic during the 1 on 1’s.  This FBU St. Louis MVP came to Georgia to put in some work.


Nick Marquez

Wide Receiver, Brookwood High School

Nick’s height is one of his competitive advantages that he uses to dominate.  Look for Nick on the high school gridiron.


Harrison Bailey

Quarterback, 6th grade

Born to Compete was introduced to Harrison at a young age.  Amazingly this kid was able to run a spread offense at the age of 8.  His maturity has helped him improve his skills.  Harrison has an arm like a cannon, with the accuracy to match it.


Malik Staples

Wide Receiver, Rising Freshman, Pace Academy

Malik has improved his game, and it showed during the 1 on 1’s.  His size will help him push off defenders this high school season.


Kevin Johnson

Quarterback, Rising Senior, Pace Academy

A dual-threat quarterback who just loves to play.  Kevin has fast feet, great field vision, and a strong, yet accurate arm.  Kevin is on the radar for this year’s Top Gun Camp.


Jamyest Williams

Cornerback, Rising Freshman, Duluth High School

During the camp, we had a chance to look back at his youth football career, and see how his play has just gotten better and better over time.  Jamyest will do well at the high school level.  Quick feet and hands, along with great body positioning helped Jamyest dominate during the 1 on 1’s.  By the way, he can add another award under his belt.


Mitch Hyatt

Offensive Tackle, North Gwinnett High School

When speaking with the FBU Staff, this kid had to be one of the most talked about athletes of this year’s camp.  Walking away with another award from the FBU Atlanta Camp, Mitch looks to take what he learned, and help his team to another great season.


Davis Miles

Quarterback, Rising Freshman out of Greater Atlanta Christian School


Coming off of another Gwinnett Football League 8th Grade Championship, Davis is looking to make his mark in the high school arena.  Davis has great poise in the pocket and is not afraid to tuck the ball and run if needed.


Chris Keegan

Quarterback, West Trinity High School

Chris was very impressive during his 1 on 1’s and is also on the radar for a Top Gun camp invite.


Sam Dobbs

Receiver, Rising Junior, Landmark Christian School

Sam, physically, is very strong and has the perfect height for his position.  A mentally tough athlete who thrives off of competition, Sam got through the 1 on 1’s with ease.


DeAngelo Gibbs

Wide Receiver, Rising Freshman

Gibbs had a lot of eyes on him in FBU Atlanta, after all he did play on FBU’s National Championship team, running clinics on his competition.  The pressure of living up to his hype did not get to him because he performed very well, winning an award at this year’s camp.


Austin Smith

Linebacker, Collins Hill High School


Austin impressed the FBU instructors with his ability to learn quick and make adjustments if needed.  His talent, size, and natural ability is what scouts are looking for.


Antonio Woods

Running Back, out of South Gwinnett


Antonio won the “Edge” Award at this year’s FBU Atlanta Camp.  Born to Compete has seen Antonio develop and grow his skills from a youth prospective.  Now he is ready to excel in the next level.


Lorenzo James

Running Back, out of Sparkman High School

Named Offense MVP of the FBU Atlanta Camp, enough said!


Chris Murphy

Cornerback, Lassiter High School

Chris already has made a name for himself with his play this past high school football season.  With over 15 offers from colleges, Chris continues his grind, and attempts to perfect all aspects of his game.  We cannot wait to see under the Friday Night Lights this season.



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