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IDFFL

High School GAME OF THE WEEK

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This isn’t your typical football league. The IDFFL is designed to teach, mentor, and prepare athletes to compete at the highest levels of football.

Our unique approach is similar to coaching strategies used at the professional ranks. Each player will improve their football skills through constant repetitions in a competitive setting. Every coach and founder has played in the NFL, CFL, NCAA, or CIS. They know what it takes to make it at the next level. And they are dedicated to teaching those skills to the up-and-coming athlete.

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EAT, SLEEP, TRAIN, REPEAT | Your Season Starts Today! The IDFFL has already trained a number of athletes in the CIS, NCAA Division 1, as well as NFL and CFL professionals. To make it easier to train with us, IDFFL will now be offering its high performance football training membership at participating SST (Sports Specific Training) locations, our new sports performance affiliate.

REGISTER NOW! Monthly memberships starting as low as $69! Ages 10+ (CIS players welcome)

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IDFFL: By The Numbers

HIGH SCHOOL
6 - The number of sessions it takes to be considered an IDFFL Alumni.
90% - Of players are currently playing or having played on Team Ontario, All Canadian Gridiron Select, and/or Ontario Top Prospect.
1- 7v7 Tournament Qualifier for IMG7v7 Nationals (2014)
6 - Players named to the Elite Football Nation, Michigan Elite Passing Tournament Teams (2014)
2 - Players ranked 3rd and 8th on Rivals.com at Chicago Regionals (2013)
85% - Of our players are offered football Scholarships to CIS/NCAA Universities

COLLEGE
2 - Players on a NCAA Division 1 Rose Bowl Championship Team (2014)
85% - Of players have advanced to NCAA/CIS Schools.
70% - Of NCAA/CIS players started as "True Freshman"
3 - Players named on the OUA ALL-Rookie List (2013)
2 - Number of IDFFL Coaches at CIS Universities

PROFESSIONAL
3 - Players currently on a CFL roster.
20 - Years of NFL and CFL experience our coaches have

Upcoming Events:

  1. 2015 ALL-IDFFL and Future Stars Tryouts

    December 20 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  2. Skills & Strength Development- SST Oakville

    December 21 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  3. CFL/NFL Combine Prep

    December 21 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
  4. Skills & Strength Development- SST Oakville

    December 28 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  5. CFL/NFL Combine Prep

    December 28 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
  6. Skills & Strength Development- SST Oakville

    January 4, 2015 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  7. CFL/NFL Combine Prep

    January 4, 2015 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

What the people are saying:

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Kevin Surnlin- Texas A&M Head Football Coach

“I’ve watched the whole thing (7 on 7 football) change over time. The ability…to be coached and work year round, that’s so important”- Kevin Surnlin, Texas A&M Head Football Coach.

- Kevin Surnlin, Texas A&M Head Football Coach
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Michael Topolinski

“The coaching that is offered by IDFFL coaches, Jordan Younger and Anthony Cannon, is bar none the best I have received in Canada. After training with these guys and following  their guidance, I would recommend the IDFFL experience to any player who wants to become a great football player and compete at the top level!”  Michael Topolinski

- Michael Topolinski – Michigan State University

Jimbo Fisher

“Look at the NFL. It’s the way its spread out…I think the kids are getting developed better… across the country right now because now football has taken on all the 7 on 7(elements”)- Jimbo Fisher

- Jimbo Fisher
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Kenny Ladler

Coach Cannon was a great influence to me in my development before I started football at the college level.   The knowledge he shared with me helped build the foundation of my game today.   He was also able to prove to me that you can make it to the NFL from any school if you are willing to work hard enough for it.” Kenny Ladler – Safety at Vanderbilt University 

- Kenny Ladler – Vanderbilt
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Shea Pierre

“Every week they pushed me to my limits not only mentally but physically, which allowed me to see the game of football a lot faster. They run by far the best off-season program that I’ve been to in the greater Toronto area because the competition and skill level is so high along with the coaches having pro level experience, creates unbelievable knowledge for every position.”  Shea Pierre

- Shea Pierre – Edmonton Eskimos

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