Team Never Settle 7v7 is the ultimate off-season training experience for skill position players and Big Man Competition)
Team Never Settle 7v7 is a developmental program embedded in the long term athletic development which includes; development and skills sessions, strength/speed training and classroom sessions.
Team Never Settle strives to build young athletes of character, discipline and accountability that will ultimately apply these values to college, the professional level and life.
• Compete against top players
• Thoroughly develop their skills
• Get exposed to colleges and top media outlets.
We have an extensive network of college coaches made up of contacts we have created and relationships we have fostered from our staff members who are also high school coaches and former college/pro athletes.
More Than 7-on-7
Our program gives our athletes the opportunity to positively impact the youth and community through volunteer programs. Giving back is what we are about. The students in our 7v7 program also receive guidance from next level coaches that care about there players on and off the field.
Practices begin December 13 (all practices on weekends). Season ends May 8th or May 15th
Tournament schedule TBA (regional and local tournament travel); 5-6 tournaments vs. elite national and regional competition
Tempe Sports Complex League beginning in early Jan
Each athlete receives custom Never Settle team gear (Jersey top/bottom, Travel gear (top/bottom), team travel bag and more!)
2 game uniforms
Soft Shell Helmet
Personal training and Position skill development
Tournaments and college visits
Practice one day a week
Have you selected your size for gear yet?
Group training Football
12 sessions a month
$35 per player or
$350 monthly / Saving $120
Youth & HS players
Friday - Speed training 3:45- 4:45 $35
Fundamental Tackle Training
Monday & Thursday 7:00am-8am $40 per session (Youth on Monday)
(HS on Thursday)
Body Posture- Staying shoulder with apart, keeping head up,
Eye, head and hand placement - Your eyes should concentrate on the hips of the ball carrier. Control comes from the eyes
Acceleration - Getting to the ball carrier and leaving limited space
Shimmy/Hot Feet -Breaking down under control to make the tackle
Contact Point - When meeting the ball carrier
Shoulder - should be parallel when you gather to tackle. This will allow you to react properly in either direction.
Wrapping Up - Upon contact, your arms should come up alongside the ball carrier. You lock your arms around the body of the ball carrier. If you cannot lock, then grab as much cloth of the ball carrier as you possibly can. The combination of arms and legs will determine whether the ball carrier falls forward or backwards after contact.
Legs /Glutes- Your legs are very important in getting lift into your tackle. Your legs also are essential in driving the ball carrier backwards following initial contact. The ability to move your legs “through” a ball carrier is essential.