Article by Blake Franklin-
Hard work pays off! That is the philosophy of the Scotts Hill High School football program’s coaching staff. To be in the upper echelon of high school athletes, one has to put time and effort in to make those ratings possible. Scotts Hill football has presented its team members a way to have a path towards becoming the best athletes they can possibly be.
Last Tuesday, June 15, 2021, Scotts Hill High School head football coach Rennard Woodmore partnered with Future Stars League Elite Training/Recruiting in paving a path towards getting the best of the best when it comes to training. This could potentially pay huge dividends in high school athletes getting to play at the next level, in hopes of gaining collegiate scholarships. The coach has put his football program on the inside track of having the opportunities some athletes will never get.
The Future Stars League (FSL) Training/Recruiting organization helps with the recruiting process and training of athletes that want to play at a higher level. The FSL is a unique opportunity for aspiring college athletes to represent their states in an annual football game. Combining decades of football leadership and experience, helps the college athlete prospects gain an advantage over other players in being recognized by college coaching staffs.
In that game, both teams will be led by an elite, former NFL player and a coaching staff of collegiate athletes and local high school coaches. Those coaches from local, regional high schools are selected by FSL to evaluate the abilities of the student athletes by a series of position-specific drills and tests to assess the skill set of those athletes.
Having a chance to speak with Coach Woodmore about this new partnership, he shared some comments and thoughts about benefits this joint combination will have on his football program at Scotts Hill High School.
“I saw Coach Terrell training and teaching kids the proper technique needed to compete at the…
For the complete article, see the June 23rd edition of The Lexington Progress.