Week 1 A.C.E. Off-Season Training the Standout Performers:
Athletes Creating ExcellenceWR/DBs
Charles Headen (La Salle College High School) Class of 2016.
After logging in valuable time for the Explorers in 2013 as a Sophomore, Headen was clocked at a blazing 4.4 in the 40yd dash. This should come to no surprise since he was a sub-11sec 100m guy during track season. Headen also played some DB, ending the days 1on1 segment with an interception displaying concentration after the WR tipped the ball.
Ahkil Crumpton (West Catholic) Class of 2015
West Catholic is always loaded with above average talent. Crumpton is no exception. The shifty all purpose talent was relentless in 1on1s and during the skill part of camp. He is going to open eyes during this off-season of camps and showcases.
Ryan Whayland (Episcopal Academy) Class of 2015
The Inter-Ac single season record holder was on hand displaying why he accomplished this feat. Whayland displayed exceptional timing and accuracy working with new receivers. He has a big arm and we look forward to him pushing the other QBs in camp.
Anthony Gabriel (Mt Carmel Warriors)
Anthony's hard working attitude carried over from his season with the Warriors into the off-season training. Hustling at all times, Anthony was able to pull in some impressive catches from the QB.
Donathan McCants (Frankford Chargers)
Has good range for his age. Learning to consistently catch with his hands, but looks comfortable when chasing down throws. It will be interesting to see how he develops!
Stay tuned for more as A.C.E. All-Position Training will continue every Friday from December 6th-March 28th.
Registration is still open. Go to www.ace-training.co to fill out a registration form or for more info.