Y NOT ME ACADEMY
While it is the dream of student-athletes to play in the NFL, MBA, MLB or other pro leagues, the reality is that 99% will not attain this goal. To be a part of that 1%, you need to train hard and train with the right academy.
Aspiring youth need to be set up for success in life regardless of what happens on the field. Understanding and addressing this fact is why Reidel Anthony opened Y NOT ME ACADEMY. Our objective is to provide student-athletes a comprehensive year-round training from the finest instructors you can find.
About Us & Why We are
The Best Training Facility For You
FOOTBALL PROGRAM STRUCTURE
Y NOT ME ACADEMY football places an emphasis on overall player growth and development. We also providing exceptional opportunities for collegiate exposure throughout the year. Each student-athlete has a support system from a variety of profesional coaches to aid in the developmental process that includes:
- Skill developmental plan
- Team building and understanding
- Position focus
- An athletic and Academy personal development plan
Student-athletes will measure their development and success through position-specific statistics, live practice evaluations, practice tapes, strength & conditioning goals, and academic progress. YNM Academy is structured so that student-athletes understand the requirements both on and off the field and are prepared for the schedule at the next level.
YNM Academy student-athletes not only train within a schedule that mirrors that of a next level program, but they are also expected to maintain similar expectations, such as respect, academic success, responsibility and ownership, mental and physical toughness, and complete personal and athletic development.
Meet Reidel Anthony
Reidel Anthony accepted an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, where he was a wide receiver and a key target in head coach Steve Spurrier’s Florida Gators football team from 1994 to 1996. Anthony showed his stuff as a freshman in Spurrier’s “fun ‘n’ gun” offense in 1994, when he caught an 87-yard touchdown pass from Gators quarterback Eric Kresser against the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles. As a junior in 1996, he played an instrumental role in the Gators’ 12–1 national championship season, catching seventy-two passes to lead the Southeastern Conference (SEC) with 1,293 yards (an average of 18.0 yards per reception), and setting the SEC regular season record with eighteen touchdown catches Both Anthony and his fellow Gator wideout, Ike Hilliard, were first-team All-SEC selections and earned consensus first-team All-American honors. During his three college seasons, the Gators won three consecutive SEC Championship Games in 1994, 1995, and 1996
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