Inaugural U.S. National Team Training Camp in Canton, Ohio, draws football talent from across the country

By Brent Glasgow | Posted 7/2/2018

A total of 259 high school football players from around the U.S. came to Walsh University in Canton, Ohio, over the weekend for the first U.S. National Training Camp. 

The three-day invitation-only event featured instruction from National Team staff and top-level coaches, both on the field and with in-depth film study and classroom time. 

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Eight athletes earned Most Valuable Player honors and the USA Football chain: Xavier Copening, Enfield (Connecticut) High School; Lyric McFarrin, Michigan City (Indiana) High School; Braydon Hill, Boys’ Latin School of Maryland; Dwayne Allick Jr., DeMatha Catholic (Maryland) High School; Lexan Coleman, West Orange (Florida) High School; Jeremiah Foster, Blacksburg (South Carolina) High School; Frazier White, El Cerrito (California) High School; Jordan Riley, Bishop McNamara (Maryland) High School.

Here's a look at some of the sights from the weekend:

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