Football University TOP GUN High School Showcase
Welcome to Football University’s TOP GUN High School Showcase, which took place July 17-19, 2014 at Dublin Jerome High School in Dublin, Ohio. All athletes must have been in 9th-12th grade during the 2013/14 school year to participate.
Check out some of the sessions from TOP GUN High School here:
TOP GUN is not a regular camp. It is reserved only for the best of the best to showcase their talent on a national stage. To be eligible, an athlete must be chosen from among the top 15% of athletes at his regional camp and be specifically invited to TOP GUN. To view our refund policy, click here.
HIGH SCHOOL & YOUTH KICKERS & PUNTERS ATTENDED TOP GUN ON JULY 18-19TH.
VIEW THE KICKERS/PUNTERS/LONG SNAPPERS SCHEDULE, CLICK HERE!
VIEW SCHEDULE FOR HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES HERE!
FBU TOP GUN Showcase Instructors:
*projected coaches, subject to change
"Thanks to you all for a making FBU and TOP GUN such memorable camps for us this year. My son came away with such a postive experience that he's set goals for himself already for the next camp experience. Wow!! He enjoyed the classroom sessions, giveaways and an opportunity to meet/interact with position-specific coaches. I enjoyed attending workshops and gathering information about how to proceed in the future. We look forward to seeing you again in 2013."
Sincerely, C. Kim Beasley
Sports Medicine at Nationwide Children's Hospital
The sports medicine experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital are the sports medicine provider for 2014 Football University, providing injury prevention, initial injury management, concussion management and coordination of care with the sports medicine, orthopedics and/or emergency service specialists of Nationwide Children’s. There’s only one sports medicine leader for serious athletes – the sports medicine experts at Nationwide Children’s – and they’re the best equipped to treat concussions, rehab sports injuries or prevent them from happening in the first place. Nationwide Children’s works closely with parents, coaches, athletic trainers and primary care physicians to ensure every athlete receives age-appropriate care, with the goal being to give every athlete the opportunity to perform at the highest level. For more information about their multiple central Ohio locations, visit www.NationwideChildrens.org/Sports-Medicine.