AGR Elite 7v7



Who is AGR ELITE 7v7?

Athletes Get Recruited (AGR ELITE) is the Nation’s top travel 7on7 program. AGR ELITE plays in competitive tournaments. AGR ELITE plays against the toughest competition. AGR ELITE is the 2021 The Event 7v7 National Champion. Over 150 players have earned scholarships to college.

Should My Child Play Travel 7v7 Football?

AGR ELITE is a development program. We accept whoever wants to be great, and we try to instill the mental and physical tools that will steer them on the path to becoming great. Travel 7v7 is a competitive off-season component that requires a substantial financial & time commitment and a relentless work ethic. By learning proper technique, performing thousands of reps, and competing against elite talent, players return to their high school program a better football player than what they were the previous season. Players that have the desire to become a great football player and parents that have the desire for their sons to become great football players should try out for AGR ELITE travel 7on7 program.

How many teams / players will AGR ELITE have?

AGR ELITE will field 4 teams (Potentially 5 teams)

  • 18U Seniors Team
  • 18U National Team
  • 15U National Team
  • 14U Regional Team
  • 13U Regional Teams (12U team will fall under 13U)
  • 12U Regional Team

How are the teams selected?

Athletes trying out for the

National Teams will tryout on December 12th.

Athletes trying out for the

Regional Teams tryout will be TBA in January

. A select number of athletes will make the roster based on their age division. Once on the roster, players will be evaluated at practices and training sessions for a spot on the respective teams

How much does it cost?

AGR ELITE season fee will vary based on the circuit that you play. The fee for the National Teams is $450 per player. The fee for the Regional Teams is $450 per player. 13U Teams will follow the regional schedule. The season fee will cover supervised practices and training sessions with coaches and athletic trainers in attendance for each, uniforms, tournament costs, administrative costs, & costs related to recruiting assistance.

Transportation and lodging costs will be the responsibility of the parent / family of the players. Each player/parent/family is free to travel using the mode that is best for them. The major difference in the cost is the National teams travel nationally and will incur the most travel / lodging costs, the regional teams travel far, but not as far or as often as the National Teams. The National Schedule and Regional Schedule will be given out at the respective parent meetings. It is expected for the National Teams to travel to tournaments in surrounding states i.e.: Florida , Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Etc.

What is the schedule for AGR ELITE 7v7?

Beginning in December, we will have position specific training on Friday nights and 7on7 practices on Sunday mornings/afternoons. The 1st Tournament is in early January. The last tournament is the National Championship in June. Tournaments will typically last an entire weekend Friday to Sunday night. When a college tour is included in the tournament weekend, we will typically leave on a Thursday night and visit colleges that Friday prior to the tournament. A letter from the college is sent to players to turn in to the high school. Many schools will excuse the absence if visiting colleges. Some do not excuse the absence.

How many colleges do you visit during a season?

The number of colleges that AGR ELITE will visit varies per year. The most we have visited in one 7on7 season was 15. The least amount that we have visited was 5.

How is playing time determined?

Everyone will play during pool play. However, in elimination play, playing time is not guaranteed. The decision for playing time will be made by the coach of the team.

What is included in the uniform?

Each player will receive practice shirts, a tournament uniform with compression shorts and compression shirts, sweat pants, hoodie / jacket, travel book bag and soft shell helmet.

I play another sport, can I still play 7v7?

Yes. We encourage players to cross train and play multiple sports, especially during the early years of your athletic career. We will receive a copy of the schedule for the other sports, and try to teach the player to become an expert in time management.

Will playing 7v7 get me recruited?

NO! 7v7 alone is not enough for you to get recruited. 7v7 should be used as a tool to get reps and get better at your craft. Using the technique and improved skill at college camps and during your upcoming season, hopefully you perform well enough to get recruited.

What will get me recruited by colleges?

Highest GPA possible, have great film at your high school, be a great teammate, be a great leader, and do the right thing on and off the field.

Does AGR ELITE work with a recruiting service?

No. AGR ELITE does not work with any recruiting services. AGR has an in-house service that goes above and beyond the norm that is offered at an additional fee. This service is not promoted because if you do what you need to do in the classroom and on the field, you do not need to pay for recruiting help.

If you would like information on AGR recruiting service, please fill out there form here.

What makes AGR ELITE different than any other program?

We get more reps. We practice more. We play more games. We travel farther. We visit more colleges. We play a competitive schedule in the country. And most importantly we have more fun.

What if my high school coach does not want me to participate in AGR ELITE?

If you high school coach does not you to participate, have your parents speak with your coach. If he still does not want you to participate after the conversation with your parents, do not participate.

What if I miss the tryout?

If you know in advanced that you will not be able to attend the tryout, please register and notify a coach. The coaches will make arrangements to bring you to a training session prior to the tryout.

I live 2+ hours away, can I still do AGR ELITE?

As long as you can attend the scheduled practices and tournaments, you can tryout to make one of the teams.