Chart your path to becoming an elite scholar athlete!

360 Football Academy combines the best in professional football and education to boost student success in college and beyond.

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Registration for 2019 is now closed!

Student registration for this year’s camp is closed.  However, spectator space is available.  We welcome youth of all ages, parents, and members of the community to witness high-caliber coaching and training techniques of this program.  Any questions or for more information, please visit!

July 1st and 2nd at Laney College

Oakland California


Welcome To 360 Football Academy

While it is the dream of student-athletes to play in the National Football League, the reality is that 99% will not attain this goal and instead may find themselves with a limited education and few opportunities. Aspiring youth need to be set up for success in life regardless of what happens on the field. Understanding and addressing this realism is why Hannibal Navies and Ray Lewis decided to create the 360 Football Academy. Our objective is to provide student-athletes a comprehensive year-round curriculum administered in collaboration with the most well respected and accomplished firms in both athletics and academics with the goal of our graduates thriving in college.

In The Classroom

  • – SAT/ACT Preparation
  • – Presentation and Interview Training
  • – Leadership Summit
  • – NCAA compliance program
  • – Health and Wellness forum
  • – Financial Literacy workshops
  • – College Recruiting 101
  • – Alternative Careers in Sports
  • – Parent’s Seminar

On The Field

  • – Sport-specific practices and training
  • – 7-on-7
  • – 1-on-1 (D-line vs O-line, RB vs LB, DB vs WR)
  • – Sports Performance – Train like the pros
  • – Individual Position work
  • – Combine Preparation
  • – Combine Testing with results (40 yard dash, L-cone drill, bench press, broad jump, vertical jump, short shuttle)
  • – All timed drills will utilize the same electronic timing system used in the NFL combine

360 Football Academy graduates have gone on to Florida State University, Stanford University, University of Tennessee, Auburn University, University of Georgia, University of Central Florida, and Syracuse University, just to name a few.