Team B2G Looks to Defend Title in Vegas

The Secret to our Success – Compete against the best as early and often as possible...

Players are earning scholarships at off-season events like never before. B2G players continue to outperform their peers at these events and, as a result, clean up on college offers and MVP honors. The reason is not rocket science. Participants work on practical football skills as soon as the off-season begins. Unlike most college prospects, they train in 1-on-1s and 7-on-7 against some of the best competition as early as January at B2G's Instinct Training.

Private trainers and personal coaches are in high demand these days by players who want to gain an edge. Players who train with B2G learn how to compete and tend to outshine those who train elsewhere when they face each other. The highly competitive training environment at B2G is more effective than a private trainer who lacks superior opponents for a player to compete against. It's like the difference between grad school and a four year college; one provides knowledge applicable to the real world while the other is based on theory.

Over the past few years, the New Level 7-on-7 Tournament in Las Vegas has kicked off the recruiting camp circuit.  At last year's tournament, Team B2G prevailed as champs, and the victory was no coincidence.  The B2G Sports Instinct Training program laid the foundation for the team's success, giving them all the tools necessary to dominate top college-bound talent. 

Many of the teams that attended last year were full of four and five-star talent. However, Team B2G consisted of unrecognized talent, with only one member, Aaron Almond, having received any offers at that time.

Here is a B2G Sports update on the winning team members:

Aaron Almond, S: Diamond Ranch H.S. later transferred to Dorsey HS; college undecided.

Brandon Taylor, RB: Santa Monica H.S.; Over 1,000 yds total offense; Daily News All-Star Game selection; college undecided.

Brian Clay, CB, Will C. Wood H.S.; All-State 2nd Team; signed with University of Hawaii; 1,548 yds, 1,090 yds rushing, 91 Tackles; B2G Elite Camp Defensive MVP

Chris Brown, CB: Culver City H.S.; college undecided; 1st Team All League DB; Marine League Defensive Back of the Year.

David Richards, WR: Palmdale H.S.; committed to University of Arizona; 1,520 yds total offense, 14 TDs; 1st Team All CIF Southern Section.

Dennis Taylor, LB: Kaiser H.S.;  lead team to a 12-1 record; signed with Portland State;  Four-time 1st Team Sunkist League;  Sunkist league Defensive MVP;  1st Team All CIF Eastern Division, Press Enterprise All Elite Inland Valley Team.

Gabriel Marks, WR: Venice H.S.; Top 20 2012 Prospect in California; Nike Camp (NFTC) WR MVP; All CIF City Section; 35 Rec.; 1,344 all-purpose yds; 13 TD; 5 Ints.

Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick, TE: Palm Desert H.S.*; Top 2012 Prospect; three Pac-10 offers, 1st Team All-League;  2nd Team All-CIF San Joaquin Section

Jerry Neuheisel, QB: Loyola H.S.; Committed to UCLA

Joseph Gray, QB: Dorsey H.S.; signed with San Jose State after switching his commitment from University of Washington; 3,030 yds passing; 31 TDs; 1st Team All CIF City Section

Matthew Lyons, LB: Dorsey H.S.; signed with University of Washington; 117 tackles, 4 Ints; 1st Team All CIF LA City Section.

Michael Robert, WR: Dorsey H.S.; Top 2012 Prospect; 6 Ints; 5 TDs.

Mike Bercovici, QB: Taft H.S.; enrolled early at Arizona State University;  3,755 yds passing in 12 games which was #1 in So Cal, #2 in State, and #18 in the US;  37 TDs; LA City Co-Offensive Player of the Year; West Valley League MVP.

Nelson Spruce, WR: Westlake H.S.; signed with University of Colorado; 1,292 yards, 19 TDs, 1st Team All-CIF Southern Section.

Richard Mullaney, WR: Thousand Oaks H.S.; signed with Oregon State University; 13 D-1 offers, 4 Pac-10 offers, CA state receiving record,; 12 games - 122 catches, 1703 yards, 27 TDs; 6 interceptions; Marmonte League Receiver of the Year; Ventura County Receiver of the Year; 1st Team All-CIF Southern Section

Seth Jacobs, S: Arroyo Grande H.S.*; Top 2012 Prospect; Pac-7 Outstanding Defensive Back; 1st Team All-League; All-CIF West Div 1st Team DB.

Simon Connette, S: Corona Santiago H.S.; signed with San Jose State; 1st Team All-League; 64 tackles;.

Thierry Nguema, CB: Corona Santiago H.S.; 1st Team All League, 64 tackles, 3 KR TDs, 4 TDs; college undecided.

Congrats to these outstanding young champions.

The dedication, hard work, and successes of the Team B2G players are a prime example of the benefits of training with B2G Sports. It's very rare to see programs like Instinct Training embracing 1-on-1 and 7-on-7 early in the year to give participants the advantage of preparedness when they attend other events.

The 2011 New Level 7-on-7 Tournament in Vegas will take place the weekend of March 19-20. B2G is currently looking for top competitors worthy of defending our championship title. Team B2G wants players who've demonstrated they can compete at a high level and make clutch decisions against superior opponents. The best way to prove worthiness is to consistently dominate at Instinct Training. Having a private trainer who played in the NFL is not convincing enough. Neither is a 5 star rating or an impressive PR campaign.

B2G is the Advantage of Champions. What's your advantage?

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