THE P7 IS
COMBINE PREP ~ POSITION SPECIFIC TRAINING ~
SPEED, POWER, AGILITY & EXPLOSION DEVELOPMENT
ALL IN ONE!
Meet The Prestigious 7 Brass
Wendell is the Founder and Offensive Director of The Prestigious 7 Football Camps and has been around the game of Football for over 30 years! He has playing experience at every level of the game from youth football all the way up to his stint with the San Francisco 49ers. He was an All-State and All-American Wide Receiver while playing at Cerritos College before accepting a scholarship from the University of California Golden Bears where he became a starter and team captain.
Since his playing days, Wendell has remained very active in the football community having coached at football camps across the western United States for more than 20 years and is currently a certified Nike SPARQ Master Trainer and Coaches for Nike Football Camps and Nike Combines. Wendell is a graduate from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree major in Communications and a minor in Marketing and Public Relations.
You can contact Wendell at WPeoples@Prestigious7on7.com.
Anthony is the Director of Defense for The Prestigious 7 Football Camps and is widely regarded as the greatest high school football player in Oregon history where he earned Best in the West honors and went on to play football for the Oregon Ducks. While at U of O, he was a Kodak All American and All Pac 10 player before going on to play 12 years in the NFL. Anthony played defensive back with the Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints and Oakland Raiders.
The past 18 years he has run his own football camp in Portland, Oregon and now provides camps of all sports for kids with his company Anthony Newman Sports Camps. Still heavily involved with U of O, Anthony provides color commentary for the Oregon Sports Network telecasts of Ducks Football and radio commentary for Oregon Ducks football on News radio 750 KXL in Oregon.
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Pernell Sullivan - P7 Master Trainer
Pernell participated in multiple youth, high school and collegiate sports including Football, Basketball, Baseball and Track & Field. While a student at Esperanza High School in Anaheim, Pernell played in two CIF Championship games taking home the trophy as a sophomore in 1980. From there he moved onto Fullerton College where he was an All League Player while winning two Bowl Games including the National Championship Potato Bowl in the 1983-84 season.
Pernell has played under several coaches who have been very successful on the collegiate and professional levels including former Head Coach for the Oregon Ducks, Mike Bellotti. His own coaching experience includes stints with Esperanza High School, Villa Park High School, Santiago High School and three years with Semi-Pro Teams for the L.A. City Sheriff and Fire Departments. Pernell is a graduate of Chico State University with a degree major in Psychology and a minor in Family Relations.
Meet The Prestigious 7 Trainers
Don’t let his size fool you! Mickey Sutton played for five (5) Professional Football Teams throughout his career including The Pittsburgh Maulers and The Birmingham Stallions of the USFL and The Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills of the NFL as a Defensive Back and Punt Returner. Mickey spent his collegiate career playing at The University of Montana of the Big Sky Conference.
Mark was a two sport All CIF Athlete at Lakewood High School in both Football and Baseball. He was an All-State Receiver at Santa Ana College and a 10.55 100 meter sprinter before playing defensive back for the 1988 Big West Champion San Jose State Football Team before graduating with a B.A. in Business Administration. Mark finished his athletic career playing professional Baseball with the Houston Astros for 9 years. His coaching experience spans 14 years with The Corona Panthers, The Corona Chargers, Santiago High School and Santa Ana College.
Robert is a six year veteran of The National Football League where he played running back for the Los Angeles Rams and Denver Broncos. After being drafted by the Los Angeles Rams in the 5th round of the NFL draft in 1988, Robert garnered the Rams Rookie of the Year Award after taking over duties from Hall of Fame Running Back Eric Dickerson after Eric’s trade to the Indianapolis Colts and was also named to the NFL All Pro Team. Robert's abilities were again recognized later in his career when he was named the Rams Most Valuable Player in 1991. Prior to joining the Rams, Robert attended, played for and graduated from the University of Missouri Tigers.