On a warm and sunny Sunday with a cool breeze, high school football players from all over the country gathered at the GameDay Camp Series to showcase their skills and gain exposure to play football on a collegiate level. The camp was hosted by Coach Glove and his star-studded staff, who provided individual drill sessions for each position group, including OL, DB, WR/TE, DL, LB, RB, and QB.
Coach Glove stated his motivation for hosting the camp: “Kids have the ability, but just no visibility.” The camp gave talented young players a platform to showcase their skills to college coaches and scouts.
The highlight of the camp was the intense 1 v 1 battles between players in different position groups. In one standout matchup, 4-star class of 2025 OL Jaylen Gilchrist faced off against 3-star DE Amontrae Bradford.
Other players who caught the eye of coaches and scouts were Nori Moore, a shifty yet powerful running back from the class of 2024 who pulled off a crazy spin move during the RB and LB 1 v 1 drill, and Jaiden Daniels, class of 2025 athlete with impressive ball skills who made two big catches in the back of the endzone.
The camp also featured 7 v 7 work, as Coach Roc and his DB group stole the show. Carson Kurdys, class of 25 DB, locked down all day and had an interception. As the day ended, Coach Glove received a call from Coach Bateman from the University of Florida, who offered TE/DE Gus Ritchey a scholarship in front of the entire camp. Moments later, a coach from the University of Buffalo offered two more players, Amontrae Bradford and Caleb Bowers, a scholarship in front of the entire camp as well.
William Holland, a 3-star DL, praised the camp, saying, “I love the competition going against some of the biggest, fastest, strongest athletes in the country.”
Overall, the Game Day Series camp was a huge success, showcasing the country’s top high school football talent. Game Day Series is the way to go for athletes looking to gain exposure and showcase their talents.