ECP Wide Receiver Mark Walker Earns Appointment to Naval Academy
As well as sending its players to some of the strongest and most competitive football conferences in the country, ECP has also sent players to conferences with a high academic standing, such as the Ivy League and the Patriot League. Mark Walker, with his appointment to the prestigious US Naval Academy, becomes the first ECP player to attend one of our nation's service academies.
Mark, who came to ECP from perennial powerhouse St. Peters Prep in New Jersey, had an outstanding year, and, with his size and 4.52 forty speed, was ECP's best receiver. Combine Mark's natural ability with his extraordinary work ethic and intelligence and you have the prototype of the kind of player the Naval Academy seeks when filling its roster.
“I am so proud of Mark, he worked hard in all phases both on and off the field, played great, has a great future” ---Dick Bell
ECP's Annual Showcase An Overwhelming Success
Things picked up right where they left off two years ago when ECP held its annual showcase on November 27. A total of 65 college coaches, all eager to give ECP's roster a good look, spent an intense day evaluating talent. Among the 65 coaches who attended were an astonishing 22 head coaches. None of the coaches who attended went away disappointed. In fact, quite a number of our players were offered scholarships on the spot. (We'll be putting up a full breakdown of the outcome in the near future.)
ECP is now back to fulfilling its primary mission--to help and guide its players to the next level in their development.
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