Max Emfinger’s Incredible 2015 All-American Bowl Game Coaching Staff!




West Team Honorary Quarterback Coach and Offensive Coordinator – Coach John Gregory, Charolotte, North Carolina1984 and 1989 Canadian Football League Grey Cup Championship Winning Head Coach Coach Gregory has over 30 Years of Professional Football Coaching Experience and he brings a tremendous amount of overall experience to our young Football Players. Coach Gregory, Coach Lance Heron, and I Coached and Evaluated Young Free Agent Football Players in the 2014 John Lestini Free Agents Football Super Combine Camp in Mobile, Alabama in conjunction with the start of the 2014 Senior Bowl and we will be joined by Coach Jay Murphree and Coach David Kelly, in doing it again in 2015. Coach Gregory will also be one of the New Head Football Coaches in The Professional Football Showcase Development League! Coach Gregory is a great Quarterback Coach and Offensive Coordinator and he does a great job of Coaching Young Quarterbacks. – AABG, 2 Years Experience; 2014 and 2015 West Team Quarterbacks Coach and Offensive Coordinator.

West Team Running Backs Coach – Coach Kevin Faulk, Carencro, Louisiana is The Former LSU All-American Running Back and Former NFL All-Pro All-Purpose Running Back for the New England Patriots. RB Kevin Faulk was a 1994 CoverBoy on the Max Emfinger 1994 Fall NATIONAL BLUECHIPS Magazine, alongside RB Ahman Green, OT Matt Stinchcomb, and DT Jerry Wisne; plus other Future College All-Americans and NFL Super Stars. As a Senior at Carencro High School, in 1994, Faulk had some Great Measurables, going into his Senior Year in High School. Faulk, played all 13 of his NFL Football Seasons with The New England Patriots after they selected him in the Second Round and 46th Overall Pick in the 1999 NFL Draft. Faulk was a Versatile All-Purpose Pass-Catcher and Kickoff Return Specialist. Faulk finished his career with 33 All-Purpose Touchdowns, 431 receptions, and 3,607 rushing yards. Faulk was on Three New England Patriots Super Bowl Championship Teams and a Member of the Patriots 2000’s All-Decade Team. He’s a Sure Bet to earn himself a spot in the Patriots Ring of Honor. Faulk is The Patriots Franchise Record Holder in catches by a Running Back, All-Purpose Yardage, and Kick Return Yards. Although Faulk has a Sensational Career as a Football Super-Star, he is also an Outstanding High School Football Coach and he has Tremendous Compassion for his Players. – AABG, 1 Year Experience; 2015 West Team Running Backs Coach.

West Team Wide Receivers Coach – Coach David Kelly, Orlando, Florida is the Former Wide Receivers Coach and Offensive Coordinator of University of Central Florida. Coach Kelly served as Wide Receivers Coach for UCF in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009 and has been groomed in becoming a BCS Head Football Coach. Coach Kelly is a 1979 Graduate of Furman, and he began his coaching career at Dunwoody, Georgia High School from 1981-1993 including 10 seasons as Head Coach, including the Dunwoody 1993 Georgia State Championship. Coach Kelly Coached the University of Georgia Running Backs from 1994-96 before moving to LSU from 1996-2000; Georgia Tech in 2000-2001; Stanford in 2002-2003; and Duke in 2004-2005Coach Kelly has  been one of the greatest Recruiting Coaches in the College Coaching Ranks in America and he is relentless in helping young Football Players that are Flying Under The Recruiting Radar to be found. Coach Kelly will join Coach Heron, Coach Gregory, Coach Murphree and me in the 2015 John Lestini Group Free Agents Football Super Camp and Super Combine in Mobile, Alabama on January 17-18, 2015 in conjunction with the start of The 2015 Senior Bowl Game. AABG, 1 Year Experience. 2015 West Team Wide Receivers Coach.

Lance HeronWest Team Honorary Wide Receivers Coach – Coach Lance Heron, Vernon, British Columbia, CanadaCoach Heron is the New League Commissioner and CEO of The New Professional Football Showcase Developmental  League. – Coach Heron, Coach John Gregory, and I Coached and Evaluated Young Free Agent Football Players in the 2014 John Lestini Free Agents Super Combine and Camp in Mobile, Alabama in conjunction with the start of the 2014 Senior Bowl College Football Game and we will be joined by Coach Jay Murphree and Coach David Kelly, in doing it again in 2015. AABG, 2 Years Experience. 2014 and 2015 Honorary Wide Receivers Coach.

West Team SLOT Receiver and Return Specialist Coach – Coach Phillip “Speedy” Livas, Houma South Terrebonne, Louisiana – I had a Super Star who played in the same 2007 All-American  Bowl Game Classic with some other Super Stars on the West Team, including DT Drake Nevis of the Carolina Panthers; OT Marcel Jones of the New Orleans Saints; Former 2011 Carolina Panthers #7 Pick  OT Lee Ziemba; and RB Quentin Castille of the Kansas City Chiefs and  his name was Phillip “Speedy” Livas. Coach Livas is one of the fastest players to ever play in our All-American Bowl Game. In High School, before he showed-up at our first All-American Bowl Game Practice, I had Officially Clocked Livas in a 4.23 Forty in a Super Combine. In High School, Livas was one of the most electrifying little backs that I had ever seen. He was his District MVP for three years, but as a Junior, he scored 18 Touchdowns and averaging a “Mind-Boggling” 46.5 Yards per Kick Return, including Six Kick Returns for a Touchdown. Then as a Senior, Livas averaged 9.2 Yards Per Carry and although opponents refused to kick to him, he returned three Kickoffs for 172-Yards or an average return of 57.3 Yards a Kick Return. At the 2006 LSU Summer Camp, “Speedy” ran the fastest Forty at the Camp when he clocked a Legit 4.3 Forty. He was Louisiana 5A All-State as a Senior. Livas broke all of the WAC Conference Return Records at Louisiana Tech. Then in 2011, Livas was signed by the Miami Dolphins as an Undrafted Free Agent before being cut before the start of the regular season, and then the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League before being released later in their season. Livas then signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in October 2012 and was most recently on their Roughriders Practice Squad of the Canadian Football League. I recently talked to Livas and he is excited to get another chance of playing Professional Football. Livas is in his first year of Coaching at his old High School. AABG, 2 Years Experience. 2007 Player and 2015 West Team Slot Receivers and Kick Return Coach.

West Team Defensive Line Coach – Coach Terrence Sanders – Currently Coaching AMG Panthers, Arlington, TexasAMG Panthers2009 Super Bowl Champions (13-0) at Mansfield Broncos at Mansfield, Texas – In the 2011 All-American Bowl Game, Coach Sanders was the East Team Defensive Line CoachCoach Sanders is a Personal Trainer and he did an incredible job at the 2011 All-American Bowl Game, in working with the Players and helping them to Perform at the Highest Level. “I’m a Great Coach and I Love the Kids so much! It is my Great Calling to give so much back to the Kids!”

Coach Sanders played his high school football at Detroit Cooley High School in Detroit, Michigan. Coach Sanders signed with the University of Houston in 1985 and was a teammate of another AABG Coach Sloan Hood. After Two Years, Coach Sanders transferred to Grambling State University in 1987 where he played on Two Grambling SWAC Championships in 1988 and 1989.  After Grambling, Coach Sanders might have had the most Amazing and Most Unique NFL Career of any NFL Player on the Planet as he played two years for Head Coach Bill Parcells and the New York Giants in 1989-1990 and then two years for Head Coach Bill Belichick and the Cleveland Browns in 1991-1992. Coach Sanders was a six-foot-nine Defensive Freak at Defensive Tackle who also played for two of the greatest NFL Head Coaches ever in the NFL. AABG, 2 Years Experience;  2011 East Team Defensive Line Coach and 2015 West Team Defensive Line Coach.

West Team Linebackers Coach – Head Coach Trev Faulk, Lafayette Northside High School, Louisiana – Coach Faulk is a Very High-Profile High School Football Coach and a Championship Winning Track Coach at Northside High School, in Lafayette, LouisianaCoach Faulk was a Great LSU and  NFL Star Linebacker and is a familiar face to the Northside Community.In 1999, Coach Faulk was a Freshman All-SEC and Freshman All-American Linebacker. Then in 2000 and 2001, Coach Faulk was an All-SEC Linebacker; and in as a Junior in 2001, Coach Faulk led the LSU Tigers in tackles with 119 Tackles, including 77 Solo Tackles; earning Second Team All-American and a Dick Butkus Award Finalist. Also in 2001, Coach Faulk was Selected as the Defensive Player of the Year in Louisiana. Coach Faulk was Plagued by Injuries, but played in the NFL for the Arizona Cardinals in 2002 and then the St Louis Rams in 2004-2005; and then was cut by the New Orleans Saints in 2007. Before taking the job as Head Football Coach, at Northside, Coach Faulk was an Assistant coach at the School. Before he took that position at Northside, Coach Faulk was the Head Football Coach at Vermilion Catholic High School in Abbeville and he led that team to the Class 1A Semifinals. “Looking forward to building and sowing some positive seeds into the lives of these young men and help them to grow academically and to grow as people,” said Coach Faulk as he took the Northside job. His First Cousin is Running Backs Coach Kevin Faulk. AABG, 1 Years Experience; 2015 West Team Linebackers Coach .

West Team Recruiting Coordinator and Cornerbacks Coach – Coach Nekemia Rich, Gulfport Harrison Central, MississippiCoach Rich is a great Christian Defensive Backs Coach and Recruiting Coach for Harrison Central in Gulfport, Mississippi. Coach Rich recommended Super Star Le’Marcus Gibson in 2007 and then Super Defensive Tackle LeDarrius Kidd in 2014 and both players were MVP’s in our game and ended-up playing for ULL. Coach Rich is another tremendous Recruiting Coach for Gulfport Harrision and other surrounding Mississippi Schools. At the 2014 AABG Game, I set-up my Office in the Media and Computer Room in the Hotel. At almost any time, Night or Day, while not at practice you could find Coach Holden and Coach Rich in my Office in the Hotel on the Phone to College Coaches about our AABG Players. Coach Rich is also the Cousin of Super Free Agent Le’Marcus Gibson and as you can see; his Cousin will be Assisting him Coach the EWest Secondary. AABG, 2 Years Experience; 2014 and 2015.

West Team Strong Safeties Coach – Coach Le’Marcus Gibson, Pro Football Free Agent – I first met Le’Marcus Gibson at my 2006 Jackson Super Combine in Jackson, Mississippi. At the Jackson Combine, Gibson did 18 Reps of 185-Pounds and then said: “Let me try 225-Pounds!” And so we loaded-up the Bench with 225-Pounds and he did 8 Reps. Gibson was a victim of Hurricane Katrina and it looked like he would go to Junior College, but he Signed with The University of Hawaii. After making the traveling squad for the Warriors, as a True Freshman, Gibson tore his ACL in preparation for his second Collegiate Game and he then took a Medical Red-Shirt. Then when the Hawaii Coaches left, Gibson Transferred to Gulf Coast Community College back in his Home State Mississippi. Life Is A Journey and Super Star Gibson knew that he was Special and he Never gave up hope of getting the opportunity to show what he could do, but it took him six years before his 2012 Senior Season with ULL. Most Football Players would have gotten frustrated and given-up, but not, my Friend, Gibson, who after Walking-On at ULL in 2010, played in the 2012 New Orleans Bowl and was elected ULL Game Captain.

Super Free Agent Le’Marcus Gibson is the typical Football Player who has always been Flying Under the Radar. He Transferred to Gulfport Harrison Central, Mississippi from Starkville, Mississippi just before his Senior Year in High School. Gibson and he played on the East Team in my 2007 All-American Bowl Game Classic, alongside 2010 NFL #1 Draft Choice CB Kareem Jackson of the Houston Texans; 2012 NFL Rookie of the Year Prospect, RB Alfred Morris of the Washington Redskins; DT Terrell McClain of the Dallas Cowboys; and Former 2012 Seattle Seahawks #4 Pick DE Jerry “Jaye”: Howard. AABG, 2 Years Experience. 2007 Player and 2015 West Team Coach.

Ja'Kouri WilliamsWest Team Defensive CornerBacks Coach – Coach Ja’kouri Williams, Plaquemine, Louisiana – One of the top athletes in the State of Louisiana for the 2004 Football Recruiting Season was RB Ja’kouri Williams of Plaquemine High School. “He’s a pure thoroughbred,” Plaquemine High School Head Football Coach Don Jones said. “After having coached Anthony Thomas when I was at Winnfield who went on to Michigan and set all of those records and having coached Brian Mitchell who was one of the greatest Athletes I have had the privilege to coach and he’s fixing to go into the hall of fame; but Williams is in the same league with them. I’m not saying he’s better, but he’s with them.” Williams finished his Junior season in High School with 1,464 rushing yards with 28 Touchdowns. His 11.6 yards per carry average was staggering to most every college coach. In 2004, Williams signed with The University of Tennessee. In 2011, Coach Williams was the East All-American Bowl Game Classic Running Backs Coach and he did a tremendous job working with all of the young Running Backs. Williams came out a Year too early to play in one of my All-American Bowl Game Classics, but he did participate in the 2004 U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game. In his Career, Williams, as an All-Purpose Back, set Plaquemine School Records with 63 Touchdowns and scored 388 Career Points. Williams ran a 10.4 in the 100-Meters and he recorded some Sensational Measurables. AABG, 2 Years Experience; 2011 and 2015.


Jay MurphreeEast Team Head Coach – Coach Jay Murphree, Former Head Football Coach at Nettleton High School in Nettleton, Arkansas – In 2000-2003, Coach Murphree was Head Football Coach at Briarfield Academy in Briarfield, Louisiana and in 2001, Coach Murphree went 11-3 and was Selected as the Louisiana Football Coach of the Year in Northeast Louisiana. Then in 2005-2006, Coach Murphree went 11-3 again as Head Coach at Covington, Tennessee and was Selected as the West Tennessee Football Coach of the Year. His past Playoff Apperances include 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007. Coach Murphree also was the Boys Head Track Coach at Nettleton High School and he also served as the Nettleton High School Dean of Students. Coach Murphree is a great Offensive Line Coach with 20 years of Coaching Experience and does a great job of Coaching Young Offensive Linemen and helping them in Recruiting. You can see in Photo! Coach Murphree loves to be around kids. –  AABG, 5 Years Experience; 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 East Team Head Coach.

East Team Assistant Head Coach – Coach Freddie Brown, Duncan Byrnes, Spartanburg, South CarolinaCoach Brown is Currently the Running Backs Coach and Assistant Head Coach in charge and Responsible for Assisting and planning of practice sessions based on the strategy and philosophy of the National Ranked High School Football Program – NFL: In charge of organizing and managing Summer NFL Football Camps to Assist High School players in improving their play on the field while learning off-field character skills necessary to become more successful in college.  – Coordinate and manage the Regional Tournament via NFL Carolina Panthers. Coach Brown has a lot of tremendous Coaching Contacts and he does a Tremendous job in helping all of these Young Players with their Recruiting. When Coach Brown is not Coaching Football, he is a Judge. I don’t see how he has any time to be a Judge, but he must be Great as a Football Coach and Judge. AABG, 3 Years Experience; 2013, 2014, and 2015; 2014 and 2015 East Team Head Coach.

East Team Offensive Coordinator – Coach Mike Bennett, Pensacola, Florida – Pensacola High School, Pensacola, FloridaCoach Bennett is Currently the Head Football Coach at Pensacola High School; – 2009 Florida 3A State Football Championship.  Pensacola (14-1) just completed a dream season with a strong running game and an always-stout defense as they beat Miami Belen Jesuit 28-7 to win the Florida Class 3A State Championship at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida. The victory stamps the Tigers as one of the best teams in Pensacola High School Football History. “These guys just played so hard,” Pensacola Head Coach Mike Bennett said. “They said before the game, that we needed to make a statement and we did. We knew we had to score, because their offense was good, and we did a great job,” said Coach Bennett.  –  AABG, 9 Years Experience; 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015. East Team Head Coach: 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2013. Winning East Head Coach: 2008 and 2011.

East Team Quarterback Coach – Coach Robin Bacon is the Offensive Coordinator at Spring Valley, South Carolina and he is in his Fourth year at Spring Valley. Prior to Spring Valley, Coach Bacon was the Athletic Director at Lower Richland, South Carolina. From 1999-2009, Coach Bacon was Head Football Coach at A.C. Flora, South Carolina and he led them into the Play-Offs six times after taking over a team that won only 9 games in the previous 10 years. In 2008, Coach Bacon was an Assistant Coach in the North-South All Star Football Game in Myrtle Beach. From 1988-1999, Coach Bacon was an Assistant Coach at Richland Northeast High School, winning the 1993 South Carolina AAAA State Football Championship. Since 2004, Coach Bacon has served on the Board of Directors for the SC Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. Coach Bacon has served as a Nike Elite 11 Quarterback Instructor and ESPN Arise Nike Camp Assistant Football Coach since 2000. Coach Bacon was Co-Director of the first NFL Junior Player Development Program in South Carolina. Coach Bacon is also the Quarterback Skills Director/Analyst for the QB1 Rivals QB/WR Camps. He is a graduate of Richland Northeast HS, and has a BA and MA in International Studies and MAT in Social Studies from South Carolina. Coach Bacon earned his National Board Teacher Certification in 2003. – AABG, 1 Year Experience; 2015 East Team Quarterback Coach.

Brett BennettEast Team Wide Receivers Coach – Coach Brett Bennett, Pensacola, Florida – Coach Bennett is the Son of Coach Mike Bennett and he is obviously very well-coached. Young Coach Bennett is the Pensacola Offensive Coordinator, Wide Receivers Coach, and Passing Game Coordinator. Brett Bennett was the Punter for Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi in 2008 and his dad was our 2008 All-American Bowl Game East Team Head Coach and we played our 2008 AABG Game at Jackson Memorial Stadium in Jackson, Mississippi. I will never forget going with Coach Mike Bennett to watch Coach Brett Bennett practice at the Jackson State Football Practice. Coach Brett Bennett later graduated from Florida State University in 2011. AABG, 3 Years Experience; 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Dr. Mike ArmstrongEast Team Offensive Line Coach – Dr. and Coach Mike Armstrong, Ed.D.,  serves  as an Assistant Athletic Director, Head Strength Coach and Conditioning Coach; and is an Assistant Football Coach at River Bluff High School in Lexington, South Carolina. Coach Armstrong will coach the Offensive Linemen. Coach Armstrong has 26 years of coaching and teaching experience.  Coach Armstrong also serves as the Optimal Performance Trainer for SC Midlands Volleyball Association. Coach Armstrong holds National Board Certification, and is Certified by USA Weightlifting and SPARQ Rating System. He is also Certified by the National Association of Speed and Explosion, and is a Certified Tsunami Bar Specialist and was honored as the 2002-2003 AFLAC National Assistant Coach of the Year.  In the 2007 Max Emfinger’s Third Annual All-American Bowl Game, Coach Armstrong served as an Offensive Line Coach. Coach Armstrong previously coached at Spring Valley, Dorman, and Irmo High Schools. Coach Armstrong was also a Graduate Assistant Coach at Georgia Tech and was a Strength Coach on the 1990 NCAA National Championship Football Team and he was an Assistant Strength Coach at The University of South Carolina. Coach Armstrong was a South Carolina Letterman in 1987 and 1988 and he received a BS in Physical Education and a Master of Education from the University of South Carolina. Coach Armstrong earned his Doctoral Degree in Education from the United States Sports Academy. “I want to Coach in this game, because it gives me a Great Opportunity to assist and guide young men that did not have the exposure to play in the U.S. Army or Under Armour Game!”  AABG, 2 Year Experience. 2007 and 2015 Offensive Line Coach.

Coach Eric Holden

East Team Defensive and Recruiting Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach – Coach Eric Holden, Baton Rouge Southern Lab, Louisiana;  Defensive Coordinator. Coach Holden is one of the finest young Secondary Coaches that I have seen in the last few years. He coached 2012 All-American Bowl Game Classic FS Jared Bryant at Baton Rouge Tara in 2010 before he moved to Shreveport Evangel and he coached Bryant again in the 2012 AABG, and Bryant was voted as the Defensive Player of the Game when he recorded 11 tackles and two pass deflections in the 2012 All-American Bowl Game Classic. Coach Holden is a great Christian Coach with great Christian Beliefs and Great Christian Values. Coach Holden is also a tremendous and relentless Recruiter for all of these young AABG Players. Even after all of the All-American Players and Coaches were leaving the Hotel to go home, Coach Holden was still on the phone trying to get some of our AABG Players a place to play in college. AABG, 4 Years Experience;  2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 East Team Defensive Coordinator and Recruiting Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach.

 East Team Linebackers Coach – Coach Tyrone Richardson, Dolton, IllinoisCoach Richardson has been the Dolton Thornridge High School Head Coach, but he has just taken a Coaching Position at a Chicago Prep School where he will be able to Coach some Super Star Players who for some reason are Flying Under the Recruiting Radar. Does anything sound familiar? At the Chicago Midwest Prep Academy, Coach Richardson is Currently is the Assistant Head Coach. Coach Richardson was the Dolton Thornridge Head Coach and before that, he was Defensive Coordinator at Chicago George Washington High SchoolCoach Richardson also does a tremendous job Recruiting for all of these players. “I want to help Coach these your players and help them to gain experience, knowledge, and confidence in the game.” Said Coach Richardson. Coach Richardson has made a huge impact on our All-American Bowl Game Players in 2013 and 2014 and he has been relentless in helping them to achieve their dream of playing College Football. In 2015, Coach Richardson will be able to help make a huge impact on some very talented Super Stars who are going to a College Prep School, because they were Flying Under the Radar in High School. AABG, 3 Years Experience; 2013, 2014, and 2015; 2014 East Team Linebackers Coach.

Gary CowartEast Team Defensive Coach – Coach Gary Cowart, Pensacola, FloridaCoach Cowart is currently the Defensive Coordinator and Assistant Head Football Coach at Pensacola High School in Pensacola, Florida2009Florida 3A State Football Champion (14-1) – Pensacola High beat Miami Belen Jesuit 28-7 to win the Florida Class 3A State Championship at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida. 1984Troy State UniversityDivision II National ChampionsCoach Cowart does a tremendous job of Recruiting for all of the players on the team. AABG 9 Years Experience; 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 East Defensive Assistant Coach.



All-American Bowl Game Classic Special Coach and Events Coordinator – Coach Jim Baxter, South Carolina – Coach Baxter is Founder and owner of and QB1 Challenge. Coach Baxter has spent Two Decades in Staying on Top of High School Football Recruiting and has Written many Recruiting Articles on the Subject, including The Deep South Recruiting Guide, The Recruiting Report, and Student Sports. Coach Baxter is also the Founder and Publisher of which his Game-of-the-week Previews and Evaluations can be heard each week during football season on 107.5 The Game. Coach Baxter has served as the Co-Host for the Weekend of Champions state-wide broadcast, a sideline analyst and color analyst for the SCADA North-South All-Star Football Game. AABG, 1 Year Experience. 2015 Special Coach and Events Coordinator.

E. Rusty SpindelAll-American Bowl Game Classic Head of Game Officials – Coach Rusty Spindel, Fort Worth, Texas –  NCAA College Football Official; National Football League Official; Football Officials of America; Arena Football League Official; National Indoor Football League Official; Mountain West Football Conference Official – BCS National Championship Games1985, 1990, 1994, 1996, and 1998; Bowl Games Include: 1999 Cotton Bowl; 2000 Tyco Gridiron Classic Bowl; 2002 Black Coaches Association Bowl; 2003 Motor City Bowl; 2004 Gridiron Classic Bowl; 2005 North-South Gridiron Classic Bowl; 1992 Arena All-Star Game, Paris, France; and 2001 Arena Bowl XV World Championship. Coach Spindel will be in Charge of all of our All-American Bowl Game Football Officials. Coach Spindel will also be in charge of all of the Football Game Officials in the New Professional Football Showcase Developmental League. AABG, 1 Year Experience. 2015 Coach and Game Official.

Dr. Mike ArmstrongAll-American Bowl Game Classic Special Coach and Super Combine Coordinator – Coach Armstrong has Coached and Assisted Numerous Athletes in designing and implementing Sport-Specific Workouts to include speed and agility enhancement; including Olympic and Traditional Weight Training, functional strength training and other concepts such as nutrition and dynamic flexibility. Coach Armstrong has trained 68 Football Players that have gone on to play College Football, including four who have played professionally and over 110 athletes in other sports. Twenty-six of those players have been Offensive Linemen including Four All-Americans. Coach Armstrong has served as the Region and State Strength Meet Director with the South Carolina Strength Coaches Association. AABG, 2 Year Experience. 2007 and 2015 Offensive Line Coach and Special Super Combine Coordinator.



About maxemfingerrecruiting

My mission and goal is to search for that hidden high school football talent that has not been found yet. I then evaluate him and try to help him to get some publicity. In 2003, 2004, 2005. and 2006, I hosted my Annual 7on7 National Championship. My goal was to get great athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with college coaches. The only drawback was that college coaches wanted to see the hidden gems in a game-type highlight film and so the college coaches suggested to me that I host a real All-American Bowl Game so that they could view these talented players in a highlight film, playing against other talented players. It's noted that the NCAA doesn't allow the college coaches to attend All-American Games or practices and so the Game Film is a great tool for the college coaches. In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game. In nine games in nine years, my wife and I have helped 549 HS football players to get a scholarship that came to our first Bowl Game practice without a single scholarship offer. This also does not count over 1,000 players who we have helped that did not play in our game, including over 100 players in the 2010 Recruiting Season. My Super Elite Top Gun Camp idealogy, is of course, to get as many Top Football Players to a Top Gun Camp so that all of my coaches and I can evaluate them, rate them, rank them, and promote them. There will always be "Diamonds in the Rough" to be found. My First Annual Max Emfinger's Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2010. The Camp was amazing and loaded with unknown and known talent. Many of them were invited to play in our 2011 All-American Bowl Game Classic. In 2007, in my 3rd Annual All-American Bowl Game, a player by the name of Kareem Jackson came to our first Monday practice, without a single scholarship offer. Jackson decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
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