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This is a description of the Passing Football League fof the 7-on-7 football league for middle school and high school student-athletes.

This is a description of the Passing Football League fof the 7-on-7 football league for middle school and high school student-athletes.

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  • 1. High School Football Coaches Presented by Maine Prince Philadelphia Sports Training Center
  • 2. Mission Statement
    • To provide student-athletes in good academic standing (minimum 2.0 gpa) with their school an opportunity to play their skilled position and promote year round participation in a structured strength & conditioning training program.
    • The goal is to encourage student-athletes to
    • maintain progression on their grades and
    • motivate them to want to pursue a college degree
    • at the end of their high school career.
  • 3. Description of the Passing Football League
    • The only & largest 7-on-7 Football League in the country
    • Teams perform 2 community service clean ups
    • Only 7-on-7 league that offers cash prizes
    • 10 – 20 Squad members and at least 1 coach
    • Officials, scorekeepers, stats recorded
    • Games at Fairmount Park on May 2 nd – July 4 th
    • Every team plays 10 games and 1 playoff game
    • PFL Official website updated weekly with league stories,
    • spotlight on player of the week by local reporter.
  • 4. Description of Teams Activities
    • Middle School & High School divisions
    • 20 Teams with 400 student-athletes
    • 10-week regular season
    • 4-week post season
    • College Recruiting Seminar for coaches, parents, and student-athletes
    • All team captains and coaches participate in weekly conference calls on league feedback
  • 5. Prizes & Awards Given
    • $1000 Grand Prize to the Athletic Department
    • Up to $100 in a Bank of America College Savings Plan to the Final 4 team members
    • College Educational Account set up through UPromise to plan for college by saving everyday
    • Awards to: MVP, highest g.p.a, college bound senior, community service award, leading receiver-passer-interception-less sacks allowed
  • 6. PFL Formations Offensive Positions     Running Back       Fullback     Split End       Quarterback           Tight End     Center       Wide Receiver       Linebacker   Defensive Lineman   Linebacker     Cornerback               Cornerback   Strong Safety                     Free Safety         Defensive Positions
  • 7. Vision of the Passing Football League
    • Encourage student-athletes to have a higher educational standard at their respective school
    • Expand the operations of the 7-on-7 Passing Football League to other metropolitan cities on the east coast
    • Get parents and student-athletes to understand the importance of college savings plans
    • Set a standard for Spring Football to reduce overtraining, lessen injuries, and decrease the drop out rate
    • Promote positive images of Philadelphia youth and the city
  • 8. Community Impact on Philadelphia
    • Positive and healthy avenue for youth to be involved in familiar & popular sports activities
    • Assist football coaches in promoting off-season strength & conditioning training
    • Reduces teens to engage in criminal activities
    • Promote importance of education as a student-athlete
    • Improves the structure of community reinforcement
    • Participants sponsored perform community service
    • Community awareness of positive teens in Philly
  • 9. Economic Impact to Philadelphia
    • Fundraising assists The Sports Training Foundation to reach out to more student-athletes in the Philadelphia
    • Increase motivation to improve the 34% graduation rate to over 60% in the School District of Philadelphia
    • Student-Athletes will get employed on a regular schedule to continue extracurricular activities
    • Parental Involvement will produce more quality family time and encourage savings planning for college tuition
  • 10. Game Day Agenda
    • 8am – 11am 7-on-7 Football Games
    • 11am – 12pm Encouragement from College Football Coaches to athletes
    • Starting Saturday, May 2 nd – August 8 th
    • Audience of approximately 150-200 student-athletes throughout the Philadelphia region
    • Coaches get to observe players in passing situations only. No Running!
  • 11. Upcoming Events
    • Wide Receiver/Quarterback Football Camps
      • 6 Camps within 25 miles of Philadelphia (6 locations)
    • Football Speed Training Camp
      • Hosted at Temple University, June 16 th – August 9 th
    • Sports Training Program
      • Hosted at Tri State Sports, June 16 th – August 9
    • Speed Training Seminars & Clinics
      • Various locations throughout the tri-state area
    • Marc Jackson Youth Basketball Camps
    • Pre-Season Life Skills Experience, August 2009
  • 12. Join the Team & Support the Youth
    • Contact
    • Maine Prince, PFL Commissioner
    • 267-940-PSTC
    • [email_address]
    • www.PhillySportsTC.com
    • Let’s help inspire Philadelphia student-athletes