Dear Coaches -
 
In partnership with the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association, the U.S. Army and an Army of Coaches, we invite you to join us this Tuesday, September 8th, 8:30 PM for a coaching clinic via Zoom with Coach Rob Everett titled "Moving the Ball Downfield Against COVID: Saving, Sustaining and Strengthening Your Team with the Free Go Army Edge App." 

This special zoom presentation will be hosted and produced by the Pro Football Hall of Fame as I will be onsite at the Hall with George Veras, Executive Producer of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The clinic will also include a virtual tour of the Hall.   
 
We know your biggest opponent this season may not be a rival or a powerhouse football team. We also understand that sustaining and building your team is an important goal during these challenging times and beyond.
 
The Go Army Edge app was created for high school football coaches by high school football coaches at the Army Gaming Studio in Huntsville, Alabama. The goal was to provide world-class simulation technology to coaches so they can connect and coach their athletes in a virtual environment before taking the field.  This is a free tool for coaches and their staff.  
 
Used successfully by programs like the 2019 National Champions, LSU, and the NFL's Indianapolis Colts, hundreds of high school coaches nationwide have used Go Army Edge to better their teams and win more games. Recently, more than 200 NY high school football coaches joined us for a Zoom presentation featuring Go Army Edge. It is quickly becoming an essential tool in the coaches' toolbox.  
 
Please join Coach Rob Everett for an exciting and engaging presentation to our coaches as he demonstrates the Go Army Edge program. Coach Everett coached at the high school, college and professional levels. He is a current high school head coach and Chief Consultant for Simulation for the Go Army Edge program.     
 
His install will feature:
*    The latest insight on team learning and why LSU moved to simulation (see article and ESPN Game Day Video clip below); 
*    How to install Go Army Edge in two hours so your staff can draw and edit your own plays and see them in real time 3-D;  
*    How to customize your playbook with fine-tuned player movements, at home player quizzes, and your jersey colors and player numbers to increase gamification and athlete attention.     
 
Date: Tuesday, September 8th
Time: 8:30 EST - 9:30 EST
Location: Zoom Clinic 
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
 
Or iPhone one-tap :
    US: +19292056099,,95833922470#  or +13017158592,,95833922470#
Or Telephone:
    Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
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Webinar ID: 958 3392 2470
    International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/aeHeLZ5bUQ
 
Attached is a flyer as well.  Please invite all of your assistant coaches and video staff. Feel free to share this email with your coaching colleagues. 
 
Go Army Edge in the News:
 
Go Army Edge Football Trailer:
 
ESPN's Game Day features Go Army Edge in LSU walk through room
 
Inside LSU''Walk Through Room': See How Newest Breakthrough in Game Film Study Works:  
 
Go Army Edge Website:
 
An Army of Coaches
An Army of Coaches is a program committed to connecting today's Army to high school coaches across America. The program's founders created the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, an iconic American sporting event supported by the U.S. Army, that showcased the nation's top preps, celebrated the game and hosted more than 1,500 high school football coaches in San Antonio, Texas.  
 
Introducing game-changing technology to coaches is a first step among many designed to strengthen the bond between both groups. Both the U.S. Army and high school football coaches share the same core values, support the strengthening of high school football in every community and are shaping our leaders of tomorrow in the real world and digital world. For more than fifty years, American football coaches have supported the U.S. Army, its mission and the idea of developing young athletes through high school football to build a stronger America. Together - We Are an Army of Coaches.    

Thank you for your continued support.  


                                                 Coach Rob Everett

Background on Coach Rob Everett:
Defensive Coordinator - Westfield High School, Chantilly, Virginia.
Defensive Coordinator - Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia. 
Tight Ends Coach - Memphis Express, Alliance of American Football League, Memphis, Tennessee 
Current Head Coach - John Paul II High School, Huntsville, Alabama      
 
 This clinic is open to all coaches 18 years of age or older.