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DCT 2018 Recap– Days 7 & 8

The DreamChasers Tour descended on the Kennesaw State mega camp in Georgia on June 6th where they got a feel for SEC competition. The camp was scouted by thirty three Division One teams including nine Power 5 schools. Not surprisingly, the camp was packed with talent from all over the country. And the DreamChasers discovered the other players were not their only battle that day. The 32C degree heat (90F) took its toll on DreamChaser players and coaches alike, and even our documentary cameraman Kai had to sit out regularly to cool down.

Afterwards Florida University Head Coach Dan Mullen invited three DreamChasers to return for another visit. Brandon drove Kariem Al Soufi, Martin Veinberg, and Alex Ehrensberger seven hours back to Gainesville for more in depth discussions. Needless to say, Florida is close to offering Alex as well, as they already have with Martin and Kariem. The Florida coaches will now fly to the DreamChasers camp at Old Dominion University later in the week for further scouting of these three and possibly more. The scale of operation and resources available to these schools have taken many DreamChasers by surprise, but this is business as usual in the FBS.

Following the Kennesaw State camp the remaining DreamChasers visited the University of North Carolina on their way to Virginia. Given the gruelling pace of competition they have endured, UNC gave them full access to the program’s recuperation center which the players treated like a spa day. The prospects relish these visits and especially the photo ops they generate. Who wouldnt!?

 

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DCT 2018 Recap– Days 7 & 8

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The DreamChasers Tour descended on the Kennesaw State mega camp in Georgia on June 6th where they got a feel for SEC competition. The camp was scouted by thirty three Division One teams including nine Power 5 schools. Not surprisingly, the camp was packed with talent from all over the country. And the DreamChasers discovered the other players were not their only battle that day. The 32C degree heat (90F) took its toll on DreamChaser players and coaches alike, and even our documentary cameraman Kai had to sit out regularly to cool down.

Afterwards Florida University Head Coach Dan Mullen invited three DreamChasers to return for another visit. Brandon drove Kariem Al Soufi, Martin Veinberg, and Alex Ehrensberger seven hours back to Gainesville for more in depth discussions. Needless to say, Florida is close to offering Alex as well, as they already have with Martin and Kariem. The Florida coaches will now fly to the DreamChasers camp at Old Dominion University later in the week for further scouting of these three and possibly more. The scale of operation and resources available to these schools have taken many DreamChasers by surprise, but this is business as usual in the FBS.

Following the Kennesaw State camp the remaining DreamChasers visited the University of North Carolina on their way to Virginia. Given the gruelling pace of competition they have endured, UNC gave them full access to the program’s recuperation center which the players treated like a spa day. The prospects relish these visits and especially the photo ops they generate. Who wouldnt!?

 

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DCT 2018 Recap– Days 7 & 8

The DreamChasers Tour descended on the Kennesaw State mega camp in Georgia on June 6th where they got a feel for SEC competition. The camp was scouted by thirty three Division One teams including nine Power 5 schools. Not surprisingly, the camp was packed with talent from all over the country. And the DreamChasers discovered the other players were not their only battle that day. The 32C degree heat (90F) took its toll on DreamChaser players and coaches alike, and even our documentary cameraman Kai had to sit out regularly to cool down.

Afterwards Florida University Head Coach Dan Mullen invited three DreamChasers to return for another visit. Brandon drove Kariem Al Soufi, Martin Veinberg, and Alex Ehrensberger seven hours back to Gainesville for more in depth discussions. Needless to say, Florida is close to offering Alex as well, as they already have with Martin and Kariem. The Florida coaches will now fly to the DreamChasers camp at Old Dominion University later in the week for further scouting of these three and possibly more. The scale of operation and resources available to these schools have taken many DreamChasers by surprise, but this is business as usual in the FBS.

Following the Kennesaw State camp the remaining DreamChasers visited the University of North Carolina on their way to Virginia. Given the gruelling pace of competition they have endured, UNC gave them full access to the program’s recuperation center which the players treated like a spa day. The prospects relish these visits and especially the photo ops they generate. Who wouldnt!?

 

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