KJ Fundamental Football Clinic - Guest Speakers
Miami Dolphins two-time Pro Bowl-Yeremiah Bell2010 - Ranks first on the Dolphins in tackles with 55 stops ... Has led the Dolphins in tackles four games this season and finished second twice ... Has one game of double figure tackles ... Has started all seven games this year ... Finished tied for sixth on the Dolphins with nine tackles in the preseason and also was tied for first on the team with one interception he returned one yard.
Patrick Alan "Pat" Day was born in Brush, Colorado on October 13, 1953. Early on, Day recognized he loved sports and had a very competitive nature. Despite his small and wiry physique, Day found a way to indulge his affinity for athletics and competition by joining his high school's wrestling program, where he won the state championship in his weight category. After high school, his daredevil nature and natural abilities led him to try his hand at rodeo bull riding on the local circuit. It was - by his own admission - not a successful career move.
Former UofL All-American and Utah Star -Felton SpencerAll-American on the court and an academic All-American off it, Felton Spencer has used his size, smarts and rebounding skills to become a productive center in the NBA as both a starter and a reserve. The 7-foot, 265-pound Spencer finished his college career as Louisville's all-time field goal percentage leader at .628. He took over the center position as a senior in 1990-91 after Pervis Ellison joined the NBA. That season Spencer paced the Cardinals in scoring (14.9 ppg), rebounding (8.5 rpg), blocked shots (69) and field goal percentage (.681).
The only coach in NCAA history to take three different teams to the NCAA Final Four, Pitino's up-tempo style, pressure defense, strong work ethic and family atmosphere have quickly returned the Cardinals to national prominence, with top 25 rankings over the last seven years and a visit to at least the final eight teams of the NCAA Tournament in three of the last six years as evidence. The successes of the 2005 Final Four squad were built upon the efforts of his early teams at U of L.