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FBUNC TRYOUTS LAST CALL! Final Chance to Make Squad...

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TRYOUTS CLOSING THIS WEEKEND This is your FINAL chance to tryout for the FBU Middle School National

TRYOUTS CLOSING THIS WEEKEND This is your FINAL chance to tryout for the FBU Middle School National Championship Tournament powered by KB3 Sports. Teams from across the country have begun to finalize their roster, so don't miss your last opportunity to play in the biggest middle school all-star football tournament in the world! Find your team and tryout NOW 👇 [View Teams❯]( [Tryout Now❯]( [Tryout Now❯]( [Tryout Now❯]( --------------------------------------------------------------- 2024 FBU Camp Schedule The official 2024 FBU Camp Schedule has officially been released! Find out where the FBU Camp Tour is headed in 2024 and lock in your spot at the nation's BEST football camp in the country 👇 [FBU CAMP SCHEDULE❯]( --------------------------------------------------------------- only 32 spots left We are STILL looking for the BEST young student-athletes in the country to join us in Naples, FL for the 2023 FBU Futures Showcase. There are LIMITED spots left to attend this year's event, so get your nomination submitted before it's too late. Invites to the FBU Freshman All-American Bowl, UA Next 8th Grade All-American Game and the National Combine will be on the line in the Paradise Coast on December 18th. Submit your nomination NOW 👇 [Submit your Futures Showcase Nomination❯]( --------------------------------------------------------------- Football University [( 3 STEP SPORTS LLC DEPARTMENT 2780 PO BOX 986500 BOSTON, MA 02298-6500 [Unsubscribe]( [Edit your account or email address.](

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