The panel discussion will focus on the following topics and areas:
Each panel discussion is schedule for 60 minutes, which includes a 30 minute discussion and a 30 minute question/answer period.
The moderator for this year's event will be Dewayne Ballen, the award winning television journalist, whose résumé includes announcing and hosting sports telecasts for The Golf Channel, TNT's NBA coverage and Fox Sport Net. Dwayne is also a member of the CBS Sports announce team for college football and basketball, where his duties include serving as one of the hosts for The CBS Sports Spectacular and studio anchoring.
Invited Panelists include:
Lance Markos-Director of Compliance (University of North Carolina)
Khary McGhee-Director of Compliance (University of North Carolina at Pembroke)
Dan Cetrone-Director of Compliance (Greensboro College)
David Bass-Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach-(Wake Forest University)
Jennifer Ketterly-Director of Sports Nutrition(University of North Carolina)
Chad Jamison-Director of High School Relations (NC State)
Kent McLeod-Director of Football Operations (Duke)*
Anthony Parker-Assistant Track Coach (University of North Carolina)
James Daniels-Associate Head Track Coach (North Carolina A&T)
John Blake-Associate Football Coach (University of North Carolina)
Daniel Lewis-Recruitment Coordinator (South Carolina State University)*
David Bowser-Recruitment Coordinator (Fayetteville State University)
Nick Goins-Recruitment Coordinator (NC Wesleyan College)
Troy Davis-Athletic Director/Head Football Coach (Hargrave Military Academy)
(*invited, not confirmed)
The pre-registration cost until May 15, 2010, Players $35 per person; Parents
$50 (including player); Team $225 (includes Coach and 10 additional
coaches/players). Online Registration begins on March 15, 2010, at
Elite Management will be accepting highlight film from the players who attend the event for evaluation and consideration.
"We are excited to bring the 2010 Elite Football Recruiting Seminar to the Triangle Area of North Carolina". "This region has some really talented football players and our panel of experts will be able to provide greater insights on the collegiate football recruiting process and the transition in preparing for the next level." "It is an honor to host this event on the campus of the University of North Carolina with its rich football history and tradition," stated Monte Evans, President/CEO of Elite Management, Incorporated.