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There is No Off-Season: Carolina Elite Football Announces That Summer Camps are Open in North Carolina, Says Bob Winstead, Founder and Mentor of Carolina Elite Football

Parents have the unique advantage of picking a child's role model and Carolina Elite Football creates strong leaders on and off the gridiron for elementary, middle and high school students.

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Building Life-Enhancing Values Through Football

Carolina Elite Football is dedicated to its football players by helping build their character, values, and strengths.

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) May 27, 2014

Carolina Elite Football (CEF) knows how difficult it is to pursue playing at the next level. As a way to help young football players, CEF has put together workshops for elementary through high school players to learn about developing skills and understanding recruiting practices. Not only do the athletes benefit from these programs but the coaches do as well. Coaches are invested in their profession by teaching these young men how to succeed not only in football but in other aspects of their life as well.

Carolina Elite Football is dedicated to its football players by helping build their character, values, and strengths: “We are advocates committed to excellence for players, coaches, and families involved with the sport of football in the state of North Carolina. We are devoted to assuring our players, coaches, parents and fans have equal or better resources and opportunities as it pertains to other programs around the United States. Together we will build a football CULTURE in North Carolina second to NONE,” (Carolina Elite Football, May 2014).

“I’m really excited with what we have to offer these young players,” states Coach Bob Winstead, founder of Carolina Elite Football. “We have the opportunity to create strong players as well as strong leaders who will go on to do great things. I can’t tell you how honored I am to be a mentor to these kids. We have a lot to offer here with summer camps and track-out programs, one-day intensity camps, and even 7 on 7 leagues, which have become an encouraged activity throughout the United States.” The 7 on 7 Football League has become more prevalent in recent years and occurs in the football off-season. The League is a non contact way to play football while still being fun and competitive. If young athletes feel they want more practice year-round, this is a great way for them to practice passing and catching along with learning both offense and defense positions.

CEF and Players2Pros work in conjunction with the High School Player Development Program (HSPD) to address “challenges facing high school football programs across the country focusing primarily on underserved communities. HSPD serves as a free resource for both high school player and coaches. The program emphasizes safety and concussion awareness, character development and life skills, and football fundamentals.” (Players2Pros, May 21, 2014)

“Football has often been just a one season sport. This doesn’t leave a lot of time for teams to learn valuable skills, which are necessary if they want to improve both as a team and as individuals. These camps and especially the 7 on 7 leagues offer a lot of exposure for high school students looking at scholarships and recruiting opportunities for college. Don’t cave in to laziness this summer. Play some football!” says Coach Winstead.

About Carolina Elite Football

CEF impacts the lives of young people by providing programs that build character and instill life-enhancing values through the game of football. Player Development, Life Skills, Exposure. CEF is committed to excellence for players, coaches, and families involved with the sport of football in the state of North Carolina. Offering equal or better resources and opportunities as it pertains to other programs around the United States. Together we will build a football CULTURE in North Carolina second to NONE.

About Players2Pros

Founded by retired Steelers Offensive Guard, Emerson Martin has a wealth of personal experience to hand down to the younger generation of athletes. He has played professionally as an offensive lineman with the Kansas City Chiefs, Carolina Panthers, and Pittsburgh Steelers. MYP2P is the nation’s first social net­work­ des­ti­na­tion for high school student athletes seeking entrance opportunities from colleges and universities. MYP2P allows high school student ath­letes to build pro­files of aca­d­e­mic and ath­letic infor­ma­tion, research infor­ma­tion on colleges and universities from around the country, and earn badges through a system that rewards them on multiple levels to promote their achievements in their school and their communities. The jewel in the MYP2P crown is the ability of our student athletes to access professional athletes on a one-to-one basis. Student-athletes are given the ability to understand all of the levels of success that they can achieve through the combination of their physical prowess, academic excellence and community and school wide involvement.

Bob Winstead and Emerson Martin are available for interviews, contact Robin Nolan 919-745-9333.