Camp & BOWL NFL ALUMNI

More players move on from Offense-Defense All-American training to find success in NCAA College programs and the NFL than any other football organization. Each year hundreds of O-D Family members are able to utilize our extensive network of coaches and athletic administrators to progress their goals.

Football Camp Alumni
Cam Newton Panthers

Playing in the inaugural Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in 2006, Cam Newton is the only player in the modern era to be awarded the Heisman Trophy, win a national championship, and become the first overall pick in an NFL draft within a one-year span. He was the 2011 NFL Rookie of the Year, is a three-time Pro Bowler, and was named to the NFL All-Pro First Team in 2015.

Eli Manning Giants

O-D Family member and Gatorade Beat the Heat spokesperson Eli Manning holds Giants franchise records for most passing yards, touchdown passes, and completed passes in a career, and the NFL record for most fourth-quarter touchdown passes in a season. He led the Giants to victory in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI, defeating the New England Patriots in both games. Manning was named Most Valuable Player in each Super Bowl, becoming one of five players to have multiple Super Bowl MVP awards.

Offense-Defense NFL Alumni
Arizona Cardinals
Smith, Kendall
Fleming, Jamell
Thompson, Everette
Zordich, Mike
Massie, Bobby
Martin, Kareem
Atlanta Falcons
Stafford, Kenny
Regis, Micanor
Shembo, Prince
Matthews, Cliff
Robertson, Travian
Davis, Drew
White, Aron
Baltimore Ravens
Berry, Damien
Anthony, Marc
Buffalo Bills
Glenn, Cordy
Hill, Cris
Corp, Aaron
Hicks, Brandon
Carolina Panthers
Hill, Stephen
Benjamin, Kelvin
Hines, Jermale
Newton, Cameron
Olsen, Greg
Chicago Bears
Sutton, Will
Cincinnatti Bengals
Jones, Marvin
Dunlap, Carlos
Taylor, Bruce
Campbell, Jordan
Hill, Jeremy
Bernard, Giovanni
Cleveland Browns
Haden, Joseph
Dallas Cowboys
Weems, Darrion
Bryant, Dez
McClain, Rolando
Denver Broncos
Bolden, Omar
Hester, Aaron
Detroit Lions
Broyles, Ryan
Abdullah, Ameer
Green Bay Packers
Brown, Matt
Jones, Datone
Burnett, Morgan
Sherrod, Derrick
Powell, Chaz
Saine, Brandon
Houston Texans
Hopkins, DeAndre
Okine, Earl
Tuggle, Justin
Indianapolis Colts
Moncrief, Donte
Jacksonville Jaguars
Carter, Raymond
Scott, Matt
Smith, Chris
Kansas City Chiefs
Gray, Cyrus
Miami Dolphins
Stills, Kenny
Fuller, Jeff
Minnesota Vikings
Guyton, Trevor
Jacobs, Anthony
Matthews, Casey
New England Patriots
Williams, Malcolm
Armstead, Armond
New Orleans Saints
Sweeting, Roderick
Cooks, Brandin
Toon, Nick
New York Giants
Jones, Chad
New York Jets
Smith, Geno
Dowtin, Marcus
Philadelphia Eagles
Boykin, Brandon
Pittsburgh Steelers
Decastro, David
Ta'amu, Alameda
Jones, Jarvis
Richardson, Shaquille
Hubbard, Chris
San Diego Chargers
Geathers, Kwame
Lee, Jarrett
Tupou, Christian
Liuget, Corey
San Francisco 49ers
Latimore, Marcus
Moody, Nick
Culliver, Chris
Martin, Marcus
Seattle Seahawks
Richardson, Paul
Tate, Golden
Thomas, Earl
Byrum, Charles
Johnson, Rishaw
Smith, Malcom
Stuckey, Dewitt
St Louis Rams
McNeil, Michael
Lutzenkirchen, Philip
Pocic, Graham
Austin, Tavon
Tennessee Titans
Creer, Lennon
Harris, Da'John
Mettenberger, Zach
Jones, DaQuan
Washington Redskins
Breeland, Bashaud
Robinson, Keenan
Wells, Ben
Compton, Will
Shaw, Michael