USA Football's U.S. National Team program is set to launch its 24-city Regional tour to evaluate and train student-athletes currently in the 6th-12th grade for an opportunity to represent the United States on the U.S. National Team!
Regionals are two days of non-contact competition and development training with current NCAA coaches and former NFL players and coaches. In addition to trying out for the U.S. National Team, athletes who participate in the Regionals will also take part in off-the-field player development sessions that focus on the importance of leadership and character development.
Over the two-day span, athletes in attendance will take part in:
Group non-contact drills
The U.S. National Team Program is a two-step program. Athletes will first attend an invite-only Regional, a 2-day, non-contact position specific event. All athletes will be evaluated for the U.S. National Teams that will either play in the International Bowl (U17-U19) or Middle School Showcase (U14-U16)