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Rising Stars in the Spotlight: Experience the Thrills of West Orlando Jags Media Day

Tramayne Wright

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Orlando’s West Orlando Jags to Host Thrilling Media Day Event on July 21st

Orlando’s West Orlando Jags, a powerhouse youth sports organization, is set to make waves with their highly anticipated Media Day on July 21st. With a remarkable track record of top-ranked national teams and two Super Bowl victories, it’s only natural for the Jags to expand their reach and generate even more exposure for their outstanding athletes. Drawing inspiration from College Media Day, this event promises a day brimming with excitement and endless possibilities for the young stars involved.

Prepare for an extraordinary lineup of activities that will leave everyone breathless. From mind-blowing photography sessions that capture the essence of these exceptional kids to adrenaline-pumping hype videos showcasing their extraordinary skills, Media Day promises to put these rising stars in the spotlight they truly deserve. Exclusive interviews will offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their journeys, adding another layer of excitement to this exceptional event.

This is an unparalleled opportunity for parents to provide their children with the exposure, experience, and development they need to reach new heights in their athletic careers. Register your little superstars today to secure their spot at the most exhilarating media day experience ever!

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The Jags’ Cheer Squad has also built an incredible program, consistently achieving excellence in their performances. Under the guidance of Cheer Coordinator Rhonda Wright, the squad secured five first-place finishes and three grand championships last season. Now, with Keva Davis leading the girls for the upcoming season, the squad is poised for continued success and even greater achievements.

At the helm of this top-notch organization is KJ Ishmael, a leader driven by the goal of fostering a winning program that thrives both on and off the field. KJ Ishmael emphasizes the importance of academic excellence, ensuring that the program’s young athletes maintain a strong focus on their studies while also excelling in their sports endeavors. Notably, the West Orlando Jags have witnessed a significant influx of talented players from Florida Elite, highlighting the organization’s growing prominence and appeal.

With the upcoming Media Day event, the West Orlando Jags are cementing their status as a force to be reckoned with in youth sports. This is an opportunity for athletes, coaches, and parents alike to witness the remarkable talent, dedication, and teamwork that drives this exceptional organization. Stay tuned for an action-packed event that will captivate sports enthusiasts and inspire the next generation of stars.

 

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NIL: Florida announces big changes to state regulations

Jae Fortune

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SUNSHINE AND CASH

Typically, when FSU Coach Mike Norvell and UF Coach Billy Napier meet in Tallahassee, it’s for a football game at Florida State’s iconic Doak Campbell Stadium. But today’s meeting was in a very different venue: namely, the Office of Florida’s Governor. Alongside student-athletes from their respective institutions, both coaches looked on as new reforms to the state’s name, image, and likeness (NIL) statutes were signed into law.

These updates would ease a restriction introduced in 2020, banning colleges and other educational institutions from helping to connect student-athletes with NIL opportunities. This adjustment is a game changer for a player like Florida State’s Jordan Travis, who can now expect support (but not payment) directly from his school.

Overnight, Florida has gone from one of the most restrictive states for NIL to being one of the country’s most NIL-friendly states. Supporters of the reforms describe these changes as ‘leveling the playing field’ for Florida institutions like UF, FSU, UCF and Miami on the recruitment trail.

IN THE SHADOW OF JADEN RASHADA

Whereas, Jordan Travis was in the room for FSU on Thursday, Florida continues to seek out their QB1 of the future.

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In Gainesville, frustration around the issue of NIL has been quite intense lately. Now, with one-time starter Anthony Richardson’s declaration for the NFL Draft, the Gators are still searching for a long-term answer. This frustration reached new heights when coveted quarterback prospect Jaden Rashada asked for release from his signed letter of intent. Reportedly, things fell apart when NIL commitments made to the . One could fairly say the Gators lost their next star quarterback, partly because NIL coordination between the Gators athlete department, coaching staff, and wealthy donors, was banned. Rashada would later sign with Arizona State.

Additionally, the regulations also provides for an expansion of financial literacy, life skills and entrepreneurship workshops that allow athletes to be better prepared for the quickly changing sports economy.

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE BILL

During this year’s Trillion Tropical Bowl, Sports Club Florida had the opportunity to speak to several of the sports agency representatives with clients participating in the showcase. At the time, most were operating under the understood legal perimeters. However, fast forward to today, and this legislation also requires agents of student-athletes to protect them from exploitation and unauthorized use of their name, image or likeness (NIL).

The law adds that postsecondary educational institutions aren’t liable for damages as a result of “routine actions” taken in the course of intercollegiate athletics. Meaning

Watch this space for updates. 

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Shameless Plug: You can see our game report by Shaniah Loriston below.

 

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RNR Brings a Top 100 Football Showcase Experience to Orlando

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The RNRTOP100 Super Showcase is the pinnacle of Youth Football showcases, setting a standard that many can only dream of achieving. Young athletes from all over the country come together to compete in a 3-day event, pushing each other to new limits and striving for excellence. It’s a chance for youth football players to show off their talent, strength, and determination. Every young athlete who participates in this elite showcase can be proud of their accomplishments, as they have taken part in something special. The RNRTOP100 Super Showcase is truly in a class of its own when it comes to youth football showcase, as it provides an opportunity for these young athletes to reach their full potential.

-Alan Thomas (President of RNR Sports Media) “Out of this group right here, I’d be surprised if all of ya’ll don’t go D1…… That’s my job, I’m trying to get everyone of you guys into school.”

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How the Top 100 Works

The weekend was an invite-only event that saw 25 Roster spots on each team and age group; making sure every athlete got their chance to shine. The boys were all super excited to showcase their talents at this once-in-a-lifetime event! The energy of anticipation was palpable in the air as the teams warmed up for their game. All the boys wanted to prove their worth and show that they deserved a spot on the RNRTop100 list. The coaches, parents, and family members cheered them on from the sidelines, adding to the electric atmosphere of the stadium. The game itself was a spectacle, with each team pushing one another to give their best performance. Every player was determined to impress, with some amazing passes and tackles being thrown around. In the end though, it was all about having fun and respecting one another’s abilities.

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The excitement of the weekend was palpable and culminated in the beginning with the Launch “Jump House” welcome celebration. Everyone was thrilled to spend an entire day training and team building; it enabled everyone to come together and form a bond that would last for days to come. The day ended on a high note with everyone feeling excited about what the rest of the weekend had in store for them. The entire weekend would be quite memorable for these talented Athletes and a celebration at its finest!

A full Roster of all of the incredible athletes can be found at rnrsports.com.

 

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’23 UNDER ARMOUR ALL-AMERICAN: Cedric Baxter shows out at Camping World

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