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DreamChasers Tour 2018 Officially Begins

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

The second installment of the annual PPI DreamChasers Tour has taken its first breath as it started yesterday, May 29th.

PPI CEO, Brandon Collier, along with the first players, Fabian Weitz and Sylvain Yondjouen, landed in New Jersey with a film crew where things are already heating up. The 30 degree weather will undoubtedly be a factor in the players’ friendly competition to secure the first scholarship offer. The remaining 23 players will arrive within the next two days.

If you wish to get to know the players in more depth, head over to check our DC2018 Q&A page, which will be coming shortly.

Rutgers University in New Jersey will be the first official stop on the DreamChasers Tour on June 1st. It is also the home of Brian Martin Football Academy, where the players will workout prior to their camp circuit getting underway. Last year’s DreamChaser Robin Jutwreten accepted a Rutger’s scholarship and is currently playing for them. You can see the Tour’s full schedule here.

The first DreamChasers Tour in 2017 yielded more than 30 scholarship offers for more than ten players. The interest in European players was perhaps boosted by German 4-star Defensive End Julius Welschof, who committed to play for Michigan this year, and UConn RS Freshman Zavier Scott. Two players who attended last year’s Tour will partake this year as well, German QB Alexander Honig, and Swedish OG Anton Oskarsson who earned an offer from EMU during last year’s Tour.

We will have daily updates as well as trackers for scholarships on this site, so stay tuned.

 

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DreamChasers Tour 2018 Officially Begins

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Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

The second installment of the annual PPI DreamChasers Tour has taken its first breath as it started yesterday, May 29th.

PPI CEO, Brandon Collier, along with the first players, Fabian Weitz and Sylvain Yondjouen, landed in New Jersey with a film crew where things are already heating up. The 30 degree weather will undoubtedly be a factor in the players’ friendly competition to secure the first scholarship offer. The remaining 23 players will arrive within the next two days.

If you wish to get to know the players in more depth, head over to check our DC2018 Q&A page, which will be coming shortly.

Rutgers University in New Jersey will be the first official stop on the DreamChasers Tour on June 1st. It is also the home of Brian Martin Football Academy, where the players will workout prior to their camp circuit getting underway. Last year’s DreamChaser Robin Jutwreten accepted a Rutger’s scholarship and is currently playing for them. You can see the Tour’s full schedule here.

The first DreamChasers Tour in 2017 yielded more than 30 scholarship offers for more than ten players. The interest in European players was perhaps boosted by German 4-star Defensive End Julius Welschof, who committed to play for Michigan this year, and UConn RS Freshman Zavier Scott. Two players who attended last year’s Tour will partake this year as well, German QB Alexander Honig, and Swedish OG Anton Oskarsson who earned an offer from EMU during last year’s Tour.

We will have daily updates as well as trackers for scholarships on this site, so stay tuned.

 

More news

DreamChasers Tour 2018 Officially Begins

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

The second installment of the annual PPI DreamChasers Tour has taken its first breath as it started yesterday, May 29th.

PPI CEO, Brandon Collier, along with the first players, Fabian Weitz and Sylvain Yondjouen, landed in New Jersey with a film crew where things are already heating up. The 30 degree weather will undoubtedly be a factor in the players’ friendly competition to secure the first scholarship offer. The remaining 23 players will arrive within the next two days.

If you wish to get to know the players in more depth, head over to check our DC2018 Q&A page, which will be coming shortly.

Rutgers University in New Jersey will be the first official stop on the DreamChasers Tour on June 1st. It is also the home of Brian Martin Football Academy, where the players will workout prior to their camp circuit getting underway. Last year’s DreamChaser Robin Jutwreten accepted a Rutger’s scholarship and is currently playing for them. You can see the Tour’s full schedule here.

The first DreamChasers Tour in 2017 yielded more than 30 scholarship offers for more than ten players. The interest in European players was perhaps boosted by German 4-star Defensive End Julius Welschof, who committed to play for Michigan this year, and UConn RS Freshman Zavier Scott. Two players who attended last year’s Tour will partake this year as well, German QB Alexander Honig, and Swedish OG Anton Oskarsson who earned an offer from EMU during last year’s Tour.

We will have daily updates as well as trackers for scholarships on this site, so stay tuned.

 

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