WELCOME TO THE CAROLINA BOWL
The mission of the Carolina Bowl is to empower Student-Athletes to achieve academic excellence, provide life skill development opportunities and create an environment of athletic greatness by using sports as our fundamental motivational platform. Our patented process embodies the ideal daily struggles and successes that student-athletes face in life. By design, we teach the basic principles of success that starts with presenting their athletic abilities through coach’s nominations or Tryouts. Continues with an opportunity to become part of the Carolina Bowl’s Top Prospect Watch List. Then finishes with the Selection of the Carolina’s Best 264 6th, 7th and 8th-grade players that will be named to the Junior All-State NC or SC Team by primary position. Each player will have the privilege to be coached by some of the Carolina’s finest in the business. We look forward to having you join our “Kids HELPING Kids” movement to help cement hope, vision, and direction to Carolina’s athletes for many years to come.
This Season, The National Sports Report has joined the team as the official Media partner! We will provide Breaking news, player articles and keep you posted on all relevant news concerning this prestigious youth football Event. This year’s games will also be streamed live on the NSR Sports Network and feature:
- Multi camera Coverage
- Play by Play Commentary
- Instant replay
- Sideline interviews
- and more
Junior Shrine Bowl 2016
THE CAROLINA BOWL PARTNERS
St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital: Discoveries at St. Jude have completely changed how doctors treat children with cancer and other catastrophic illnesses. Since St. Jude was established, the survival rate for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common type of childhood cancer, has increased from 4 percent in 1962 to 94 percent today. During this time, the overall survival rate for childhood cancers has risen from 20 percent to 80 percent. St. Jude has treated children from across the United States and from more than 70 countries. Doctors across the world consult with St. Jude on their toughest cases. Also, St. Jude has an International Outreach Program to improve the survival rates of children with catastrophic illnesses worldwide through the transfer of knowledge, technology, and organizational skills. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be our Benefiting Partner. This means that a net proceeds donation will be provided to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by the Carolina Bowl.”
Football University: Since 2007 Football University has seen 40,000 student-athletes improve on the field and in the film room, learning position-specific techniques and fundamentals from our NFL-experienced coaches. Promising prospects from grades 6-12 learn how to be better football players at an FBU Camp, unlocking their potentials and eventually playing at the highest levels in college and the NFL. Football University is the only camp that has a staff of NFL-level coaching experience and a proven NFL-style curriculum – position-specific on-field training with position-specific film room education. FBU will be our official training partner.
US Army National Combine: We offer a 50 – 50 Scholarship to the NAtional Combines for a deserving SC & NC Rising Junior that is a matching grant. The total value is $1,500.00. The player is required to put in community service with our Team Tournament and other things in the community also have to raise $750 on his own. We will match him $750. This will pay for airline tickets and hotel for his stay at the combine.
The Army All-American Bowl is our official Game Partner. The Football University (FBU) All-American Bowl is a developmental week showcasing the nation’s best freshman football players. Around since 2009, the event has allowed freshman football players of the highest level a platform to assemble and compete in one place. Two teams are selected, comprised of the top 60 student-athletes in their graduating class, to compete in December in beautiful Naples, Florida. A nomination period opens September 15 of each year, in which thousands of freshmen strive for the prestigious honor of FBU All-American.
Driven by a relentless pursuit to change the game, we are committed to groundbreaking innovation and product superiority. We are the industry leader in football helmet technology and we never settle. It is in our DNA. It is rooted in our history. And it will forge our future. Xenith was founded in 2006 by Vin Ferrara, a former Harvard quarterback and Columbia University MD. After suffering from head injuries during his football career, he believed that there had to be a better way to make a football helmet. After spending three years on research and development, Xenith launched its first helmet in 2009 and is now worn by hundreds of thousands of players across the globe – from the youth level to the pros.