Pylon alumni that are now NFL athletes include Josh Rosen, Derwin James, DJ Moore, and Lamar Jackson, to name a few.
"The sport of 7 on 7 Football is rapidly growing, as more and more coaches, players, and parents are discovering that 7 on 7 football is a fun, safe, and an inexpensive way for football players to showcase their abilities in front of college recruiting media while developing their position-specific skill set," the organization's website says.
"This platform allowed New York Giants star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to show off his one-handed catches on a national stage for the first time, as an under-recruited prospect and Minnesota Vikings quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater, to lead his team to the 2010 Pylon National Championship hosted at the University of Alabama. The Pylon platform is rivaled by none!"
The remaining events in the 2019 Pylon National Championship Series includes stops in Las Vegas (Feb 23-24), Atlanta (March 16-17) and Indianapolis (March 30-31).
Registration for these events is currently open, so feel free to head over to their website and sign up.
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