Photo Album: DeBartolo Sports University

While many of the best football players in New Jersey and others from the various northeast state were preparing for their match-up, DeBartolo Sports University were homing the talents on some future stars. A few of the better underclassmen were on the campus of the Rutgers University for a three football festival. They were under the tutorage of former college football players and NFL coaches.

DeBartolo Sports University hosts various football festivals across the country. On the weekend of the New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Game, one of the these festivals were held on the campus of Rutgers University where a number of underclassmen were tutored by former college players and current NFL coaches. Some of the better performers at the event were LB Anthony Sarao, WR Mailon Demby, QB Malik Bush, QB Colin Macri and WR Daikiel Shorts.

Below are some photos from the event:



Former Rutgers and current Giants OL coach talks to one of the
festival's participants.


Daikiel Shorts (freshmen to be), cousin of
former Rutgers standout Tiquan Underwood,
was among the standouts at the event.


Daikiel Shorts displays his vertical leap.


Daikiel Shorts runs down field.


Some of the DBs performs warm-up drills.


Mailon Demby gets up high for one of his many catches.


Mailon Demby making an over the shoulder catch.


Malik Bush (Right), your brother of incoming freshmen Malcolm Bush,
talks to one of the QB coaches.


Malik Bush was the best young QB on the events.
Although he has a side arm delivery, Bush was a strong arm
with a quick release.


Malik Bush is about 6'2"-190lbs. His size 14 shoe suggests that
he has the ability to get even taller.


Although Bush is still raw, he has a good feel for the QB position
with his decent footwork and focus.


Defensive back step in front of the Bush's
pass to Mailon Demby.


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