Author: Next Gen Staff

Player Spotlight: Latrell Fordham, Davison

Latrell Fordham’s big play ability has helped pave the way for Davsion as they walk into Friday’s Div. 1 regional final vs Utica Eisenhower at Ortonville-Brandon HS.  The 6-3 speedy wideout is enjoying his 1st year as a Cardinal and it is everything he has hoped for. “Since I got here all we have talked about is making a run in the playoffs. Dreaming of winning a State Title my last year. Doing it for the school, coaches, and community” states Fordham.  The Davison senior committed over the summer to play at Ball St next season. Despite committing to a D1 school before the season, Fordham’s play somehow flew under the radar.  However, after hauling in 39 catches and registering 801 yards to go with 12 touchdowns this season, Fordham has looked very impressive. Especially with how balanced the Cardinal offense is behind QB Brendan Sullivan.  Fordham is every bit of 6-3 and has speed to take the top off of defenses.  He is everything you want out of receiver. He has great hands and knows how to attack the ball at its high point.  He runs great routes and can quickly get in and out of his cuts.   With the production and talent that Fordham had showcased, universities are taking notice.  Up to date Fordham has received offers from CMU, Grand Valley, Morgan St, and Ferris St., he...

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REGISTER NOW: Jr ELITE BASKETBALL SHOWCASE

Jr. ELITE SHOWCASE WHO’S UP NEXT IN MICHIGAN?? Elite skill training at its best with the spotlight on.  No better atmosphere to challenge your game and compete at a high level with plenty of exposure provided for our Jr elite athletes. Skill training with intense drills that feature fundamentals including: ball handling, shooting, defense, footwork, go to moves, attacking the basket, moving without the ball, post moves, and more! Competition will be consist of 5-on-5 games, 3-on-3, drill competition, and contest with prizes. Multiple media outlets will be in attendance, including the new magazine Books & Ball that will...

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REGISTER NOW: Jr. ELITE FOOTBALL CAMP

Jr. ELITE FOOTBALL CAMP The Jr. Elite Camp is what every middle school athlete needs to prepare for the upcoming season!  With the spotlight on, our Jr. athletes will compete and train in intense and detailed drills coached by some of the areas top trainers and football minds, led by Z6NE Football’s Tanner Kain. Kain, a former college football player, has quickly become one of the state’s elite trainers and coaches.  He has developed Z6NE Football that is committed to developing college and high school athletes.  But now Kain puts his focus on the middle school level.  Kain now...

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REGISTER NOW: LIL TYKES FOOTBALL 101

  LIL TYKES FOOTBALL 101 Our elite staff of trainers and coaches from Next Generation Sports and Z6NE Football will spend the afternoon introducing the game everyone loves to our youngsters.  The camp will focus on fun and fundamentals as we go through drills, position training, and fun competition, teaching the game of football. DATE: Sunday, August 18th, 2019 TIME: 2:00-4:00 LOCATION: Can-Amera Park, 4000 Weiss St, Saginaw 48603 REGISTRATION FEE: $35 REGISTRATION: Register at link below to secure t-shirt size.  Walk-ups are welcomed.  Camp registration starts at 1:30. REGISTRATION LINK: CLICK HERE PAYMENT LINK TO PAYPAL: CLICK HERE...

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Player Feature: Sir’Real Smith, Saginaw High

Junior guard Sir’Real Smith has found his groove and is playing his best basketball, and his timing couldn’t be better for Saginaw High, as the Trojans have the state tournament right around the corner. But before Smith, and Saginaw High put their attention to the playoffs, they must first tackle one of their other goals, and that is the Saginaw Valley crown.  “Personally I believe that our number #1 priority is to win the SVL Championship. It would be so awesome to bring an award back to The High and add to our trophy collection,” said Smith. In order to take a closer step towards the Valley crown the Trojans must first travel to Mt. Pleasant to face 15-0 Mt. Pleasant on Friday.  A team that beat them last on a buzzer beater. Smith feels he and his team are more prepared to attack their goals than last year.  Which says alot as Smith was the only sophomore on last year’s AP All-State team. “At 13-2 I feel our chemistry is better than last year.  We are more mature, disciplined, and focussed on our goals. What you put in, is what you get out, and I feel that we have put in the hard work and discipline that is needed,” stated Smith. The 6-0 guard’s dedication and leadership has been key to the Trojans 13-2 record, but what has...

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