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Prepstar Elite Youth Football Camps - Lillington, NC  (Ages 7 -14)

Hosted By: Town of Lillington Parks & Recreation Department

Gain National Exposure at Our Events!

All registered High School athletes participating in the PrepStar Elite Football Camps will: 

  • Be measured by height and weight.

  • Receive proper, supervised dynamic warm-up

  • Be tested in: the 40-yard dash (twice, fastest time kept), vertical jump (highest jump kept), the 20-yard shuttle (twice, fastest time kept) and the power ball throw (twice, farthest throw kept). If players are not satisfied with their results, they may scratch them so they are not reported.

  • Receive professional group instruction from our staff of former NFL players that has over 100 years of playing experience!

  • Compete in a series of 1-on-1 non-contact drills!

  • All Combine & Camp Participants will be evaluated and a selected few will be nominated to become a member of the 2010 PrepStar Magazine Pre-season All-American or All-Regional teams!

  • All Combine Results Posted in 2010 PrepStar Magazine Pre-season All-American Issue! EXPOSURE!

  • All Combine Results will also be posted online at:! EXPOSURE!

  • Got Game Get Recruited College Scholarship Information Seminar will be presented by CSA-PrepStar! Develop your Recruiting Advantage!

Do You Have What It Takes To Be A "PREPSTAR MAGAZINE" Athlete?

 PrepStar the magazine is the #1 high school football recruiting print media in the nation, and has gained the respect of all the nations’ top NCAA football programs. PrepStar’s 150 Dream Team, All American, and All Regional selections where highlighted in most of the country’s biggest football programs signees bio’s on  National Letter of Intent Signing day.  PrepStar has included more than 150 NFL first round draft picks, and over  2,000 of PrepStar selected players have gone on to play in the NFL.    

Prep Star Elite Sports Monthly Training Tips

The 40 Yard Dash Starting Stance

So much emphasis in the football scouting process is now placed on the 40 yard dash time. From the NFL Combine to PrepStar Elite Sports Showcase, both professional, college and high school football players future can be dependent on their performance in the 40 yard dash.

Like any other test in the football combine testing process, the setup or start stance is critical to the outcome of the test. Here are two important tips to help you improve you starting stance for the 40 yard dash.

Tip 1 – Keep the back leg parallel to the ground

Bend your back leg so the knee is close to the ground, almost parallel to the ground. This is a good power angle for the start. In order to fire out low with optimal acceleration this back leg needs to stay down. If it is raised up so it is at a greater angle then the tendency is for the athlete to pop straight up limiting acceleration.

Tip 2 – Keep the head down

When in the 40 yard dash starting stance keep your head down. This will allow you to fire out at a angle for acceleration. Often many athletes will bull their neck, looking upward on the start causing them to pop straight up, once again limiting acceleration. The head should be down and stay down until the end of the acceleration phase.

These two tips should help get the right start stance for the 40 yard dash. With so much at stake with the 40 yard dash, preparation for this test is important when preparing for the NFL Combine or any other football combine.

Prep Star Elite Sports Testimonials

"I want the best for my son and I feel the PrepStar Elite Sports camp gives him the best hands on football instruction in the COUNTRY! After attending last year's camp in Concord, NC it gave my son the skills and confidence needed to become a dominating high school football player."

- Mr. Williams, Greenville, NC


"My son just attended your PrepStar Elite Sports Football Showcase in Greenville, SC. I think that it was the best technical football instructional camp in the country, and unlike any other football camp exrerience that he has ever particapeted in!"
- Mr. Walker, Spartanburg, SC


"I'm glad my son got the opportunity to attend the PrepStar Elite Sports Football Camp. The combine, camp and coaching was great; it's not like any other camp I've seen."

- Mr. Davis, Durham , NC


"This summer PrepStar Elite Sports camp was the best experience of my son's football career so far. As a parent being there on site to watch my son being trained by some of the best coaches in America was very rewarding. The way that each of the former players broke down the positions and their attention to detail to the fundamentals and techniques was awesome. Every kid that loves to play football should at a PrepStar Elite Sports event. Thanks for a GREAT experience!!!!"

- Mrs. Williams, Anderson, SC 


"My son Anthony, attended your camp this past weekend at Central Cabarrus HS in Concord, NC, and it was EXCELLENT! Very well organized, and a wealth of education for all that attended. Thanks you so much...."

- Mr. Short, Matthews, NC 


Coaches Comments

“I have been a high school football coach for the past 25 years. What PrepStar Elite Sports and its former NFL players coaching staff are teaching during their instructional football camps is something great. The attention to details, intensity level, and fundamentally sound instructions that are directed to each and every participant makes their camps worth attending!”

-N. Dixon, High School Asst. Head Coach / DL





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