Guest Speaker Yeremiah Bell

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Guest Speaker Yeremiah Bell

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Yeremiah BellMiami Dolphins two-time Pro Bowl-Yeremiah Bell2010 - Ranks first on the Dolphins in tackles with 55 stops ... Has led the Dolphins in tackles four games this season and finished second twice ... Has one game of double figure tackles ... Has started all seven games this year ... Finished tied for sixth on the Dolphins with nine tackles in the preseason and also was tied for first on the team with one interception he returned one yard.

 

 

 

 

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Guest Speaker Pat Day

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Guest Speaker Pat Day

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Pat DayPatrick Alan "Pat" Day was born in Brush, Colorado on October 13, 1953. Early on, Day recognized he loved sports and had a very competitive nature. Despite his small and wiry physique, Day found a way to indulge his affinity for athletics and competition by joining his high school's wrestling program, where he won the state championship in his weight category. After high school, his daredevil nature and natural abilities led him to try his hand at rodeo bull riding on the local circuit. It was - by his own admission - not a successful career move.

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Guest Speaker Felton Spencer

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Felton Spencer

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Felton SpencerFormer UofL All-American and Utah Star -Felton SpencerAll-American on the court and an academic All-American off it, Felton Spencer has used his size, smarts and rebounding skills to become a productive center in the NBA as both a starter and a reserve. The 7-foot, 265-pound Spencer finished his college career as Louisville's all-time field goal percentage leader at .628. He took over the center position as a senior in 1990-91 after Pervis Ellison joined the NBA. That season Spencer paced the Cardinals in scoring (14.9 ppg), rebounding (8.5 rpg), blocked shots (69) and field goal percentage (.681).

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Guest Speaker Montrell Jones

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Montrell Jones

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Montrell JonesMontrell Jones A SuperPrep All-America and nations' No. 21 prospect at receiver and No. 3 overall prospect in the state of Kentucky ... Rivals.com ranks Jones as the nation's No. 16 receiver, while PrepStar ranks him as the 12th-best receiving prospect in the nation ... listed as the No. 70 overall prospect in the nation and seventh-best prospect at receiver by Tom Lemming ... named to the USAToday.com All-America squad and was BorderWars.com No. 8 receiving prospect in the South.

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Guest Speaker Chris Barclay

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Chris Barclay

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Chris BarclayWake Forest's All-Time Leading Rusher
2005 ACC Player of the Year
Three-Time All-ACC Selection
Played for Four NFL teams, Falcons,Titans,Browns and Saints the 2010 XL1V Super Bowl New Orleans

Guest Speaker Brandon Newman

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Brandon Newman

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Brandon NewmanBrandon Newman Notre Dame
U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio ... one of 11 players from Kentucky named to the 2007 All-Southern Team by the Orlando Sentinel ... selected as a first-team Kentucky all-state performer by the Associated Press following his senior year ... received second-team all-state honors following junior season from the Associated Press ... named a second-team all-state selection following his junior and senior seasons by the Louisville Courier-Journal ... selected to the Mobile Press-Register's Super Southeast 120 team as the 89th-best prospect in the region and eighth-best defensive tackle in the southeast ... rated the second-best player in Kentucky by Rivals.com and the 22nd-best defensive tackle in the nation ... ranked by Scout.com as the 16th-best defensive tackle in the country and the third-best player in Kentucky.

Guest Speaker Ken Moll

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Ken Moll

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Ken MollKen Moll joins the Winnipeg Blue Bombers for his first season in the CFL as the Director of Player Personnel. He joins the Bombers with over 30 years of football experience.

Moll has spent the past four years with ESPN as a Pro Scout.

Previously, Moll spent 13 years scouting in the NFL, seven with the Cleveland Browns (1998-2005), four with the Jacksonville Jaguars (1994-1998) and two with the National Football Scouting combine (1993-1994).

Before that, he spent 15 years as a collegiate assistant, nine at Richmond and six at Louisville, his alma mater, where he played four years as a linebacker.

He has coached every position on the defensive front seven at the college level.

A native of Harrison, N.Y., Moll and his family now reside in Crestwood, Ky

Guest Speaker Charlie Strong

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Charlie Strong

He has also worked for three different head coaches who have won national championships in Florida's Urban Meyer, South Carolina's Steve Spurrier and former Notre Dame head coach Lou Holtz. he has coached 13 All-Americans, a National Defensive Player of the Year, a Jack Tatum Award winner, two SEC Defensive Freshmen of the Year, two Thorpe Award finalists, two Nagurski Trophy finalists and the 2008 Chevrolet Defensive Player of the Year. He has developed seven first-round NFL Draft picks and 18 players that were selected in the third round or higher. This year, cornerback Joe Haden was the seventh pick in the NFL Draft to the Cleveland Browns, while Carlos Dunlap, Brandon Spikes, Jermaine Cunningham and Major Wright were all selected in the first three rounds

Guest Speaker Rick Pitino

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Rick Pitino

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Rick PitinoThe only coach in NCAA history to take three different teams to the NCAA Final Four, Pitino's up-tempo style, pressure defense, strong work ethic and family atmosphere have quickly returned the Cardinals to national prominence, with top 25 rankings over the last seven years and a visit to at least the final eight teams of the NCAA Tournament in three of the last six years as evidence. The successes of the 2005 Final Four squad were built upon the efforts of his early teams at U of L. Five years ago, the Cardinals won 16 straight during one stretch and rose to as high as fourth in the national polls before a trio of key injuries disrupted the Cardinals' flight. U of L won 20 games in back-to-back seasons for the first time in six years while facing one of the nation's toughest schedules. Pitino gained his 400th career coaching victory with a 73-65 victory over then top-ranked Florida on Dec. 13, 2003, the first of two wins that season U of L achieved over No. 1 ranked foes

Guest Speaker Tony Stallings

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Tony Stallings

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Tony Stallings2000 U of L's leading rusher with 810 yards including a trio of 100-yard outings ... fifth among C-USA backs averaging more than 70 yards per contest ... averaged 4.5 yards per carry and tied for the team-lead with six rushing touchdowns ... added three scores through the air, catching a total of 21 passes on the season ... one of the league's top backs at picking up the blitz helping Dave Ragone stay clean as the league's top passer ... earned C-USA Player of the Week honors in Week One rushing for 144 yards on just 15 carries and two touchdowns in a U of L comeback win over in-state rival Kentucky ... 25-yard scoring burst on U of L's first play

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Guest Speaker Adam Froman

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Adam Froman

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Adam FromanLed his Santa Rosa Junior College to an 8-3 season in 2008, including a 28-20 win over No. 2-ranked Sierra (CA) CC in the West Bank Bowl... Santa Rosa finished ranked 10th in the nation... threw for 525 yards on 35-of-61 passing with three touchdowns in a win over Sierra and was named the game's Most Valuable Player... threw for 401 yards in the first half against Sierra... opened with 229 yards and two touchdowns in his first college start, a road win against 10th-ranked Reedley, and combined to throw 12 touchdowns in his next two games... tied the school record with seven touchdown passes in his third college start... is the third consecutive SRJC quarterback to sign with a major Division I school, joining Ian Hetrick (2005, Wyoming) and Greg Alexander (2007, Hawaii)... named a first team All-American by JC Grid-Wire... threw for a state-leading 3,876 yards and 40 touchdowns passes last season and was the NorCal Conference Offensive Player of the Year... played scholastically at Maria Carrillo High School... threw for 1,944 yards as a senior... also tossed 20 touchdown passes.

Guest Speaker Vic Anderson

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Vic Anderson

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic Guest Speaker Vic AndersonBecame the Louisville's first player to be named the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year... school's first 1,000-yard rusher since 2005 when he ran for 1,047 yards and eight scores... ranked fifth in the BIG EAST Conference in rushing... rushed for 113 yards and a TD in loss at Syracuse... carried the ball 19 times for 161 yards and one TD in win against MTSU... 88-yd TD run was the fourth-longest in school history... rushed for 81 yards on 15 carries in win over Memphis... earned third straight 100-yard performance with 100 yards on 19 carries and one rushing touchdown against Connecticut... also had a touchdown reception against Huskies... named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week after a career-best day with 176 yards rushing and three touchdowns in win over Kansas State... became first Louisville player to rush for three TDs in a game since Michael Bush in 2006

Guest Speaker Bilal Powell

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Fourth-Round Selection: RB Bilal Powell

The Jets have had good fourth-round fortune during the past decade and they hope that magic Football Clinic in Louisvillecontinues with their fourth-round pick of the 2011 NFL Draft of Louisville running back Bilal Powell. “It’s a great feeling right now,” Powell told Jets reporters a short while ago, “just to get the opportunity at a great organization and having the chance to play under Rex Ryan.”

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Guest Speaker Lionel Gates

Lionel Gates | NFL Running Back

Played on two NFL teams

Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Lionel Gates was drafted by the Buffalo Bills of the 2005 NFL Draft. He played college football at Louisville. Gates attended Terry Parker High School and was awarded four varsity letters each in football and track. In football, he was chosen twice for the All-Northeast Florida team and was named one tof the top Senior Football Players in the state of Florida by FOX.com. Gates attended University of Louisville, where he split carries with Eric Shelton and finished his college career with 310 rushing attempts for 1,475 yards and 20 rushing touchdowns, 40 receptions for 469 yards and 2 receiving touchdowns, and 6 kickoff returns for 92 yards .

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Guest Speaker Vance Bedford

Position: Texas Defensive Coordinator

Playing Experience
• A four-year letterman and starter at cornerback for the University of Texas from 1977-79 and also in 1981.
• A two-time All-Southwest Conference second team selection, Bedford played in the Cotton and Sun bowls twice during his career.
• He was selected captain of the 1981 team and earned Defensive Valuable Player honors in the 1982 Senior Bowl All-Star Game.
• Selected in the fifth round of the 1982 NFL draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. He played one season with the Cardinals and a year with the USFL`s Oklahoma Outlaws in 1984.

 

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Guest Speaker Clint Hurtt

Position: NFL Chicago Bears Defensive Line Coach

Playing Experience
• Three-year letterman for the Hurricanes as a defensive lineman.
• Signed with Miami in 1997 and played extensively as a freshman before redshirting in 1998 to recover from an injury
• Hurtt returned to the lineup and saw extensive action in 1999 and 2000 before an injury prior to the 2001 season ended his playing career.

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