LOOKING FORWARD TO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL No letting up, 8th graders (c/o 2027) Jake and Zach Ruminski from Charlotte, North Carolina can hardly contain their excitement about playing high school […]
Standing 5’11” at 155 pounds, Sheldon Graham is preparing for his freshman season at Bob Jones High School, the home of the Patriots in Madison, Alabama. Just like many players […]
It’s that time of the year where many colleges are holding prospect camps and visits. A prospect camp allows players to be seen by specific college coaches. This is usually […]
Whether it’s visiting the Georgia State Capitol or helping his younger brother with T-Ball, multi-sport athlete Garrison Cantrell always comes ready. The quarterback is definitely ready for camp season. Having […]
If you want to one day participate on a collegiate athletic team then mastering social media is a must in today’s time. One in five student athletes use social media […]
One question we often ask our Play Book athletes is “Why do you grind?” Often the answers are short and straight to the point. “I grind to make my family […]
One of the most exciting moments for a student-athlete is receiving a verbal scholarship offer. However, nothing is official until you sign the National Letter of Intent. On February 3, […]
What a night for Trevor Erickson and the Chapman HS Fighting Irish football team. They breezed past the Abilene Cowboys by a score of 46-0. Trevor racked up 258 total […]
Defensive End Ashton Funk is working hard on his craft. Check out why he thinks attitude is a factor in winning.
He believes consistent hard work breeds greatness. Find out why Brock Inman enjoys being a part of a team.
He’s a 6’5 180 pounds , dual threat quarterback with a 4.6 forty time. Check out what he says is the best part of competing.
Although the hard work of football is not always fun, it is however necessary. Stick around to see what Ryan O’Hair has to say about attitude and being an athlete.
Let’s take a moment to see what Seth Fuller has to say about being a part of a team and competing. See why Seth Grinds: https://mypbtv.com/programs/seth-fuller-why-i-grind
In the past few years Brittny Jones has worn many hats. Her time as a student athlete and her tenure as a teacher and basketball coach, all in Cobb County, […]
It can be challenging for athletes to maintain fitness and nutrition during these times. The deadly Coronavirus that has threatened the world and quarantined it has caused the cancellation of […]
He has always been drawn to it. Even at the young age of six-years-old he knew what he wanted to do and it has turned out to be one of […]