7-on-7 Prime Time Sports


Prime Time Sportsis your complete Texas source for elite 7on7 Passing Tournaments for Sub Varsity teams and Junior High School athletes. Prime Time Sports follows a school-based system for all 7 on 7 teams which help create team chemistry between quarterbacks, receivers, and running backs and the linebackers, cornerbacks, and safeties, better preparing them for their fall tackle season 

Prime Time Sports also creates the best opportunities for exposure during the off season, so that athletes will be considered early and recognized by their High School Coaches as play makers.  This format has tremendous National appeal and truly allows those athletes that may not have had a chance to show off their skills during the regular season to showcase their off-season hard work. High School coaches can’t be everywhere all the time, but they can see their players develop and grow in this system.  Prime Time Sports serves as your central access to the Nation’s most elite off season Football program 7-on-7, were youth football players continue enhancing their skills through the many repetitions available in a fast-paced passing game gaining valuable experience during the spring and summer. 7-on-7 truly has High Schools and Youth Coaches, Football Players and Parents at the center of what they do!

Alvarado’s CJ Johnson 6’3″ 195lb Freshmen OLB

This weekend Texas Prepstars got to see Prime Time Sports 7-on-7 up close and personal. The Junior High School and Sub Varsity teams poured into Nimitz High School to compete for an opportunity to make it to College Station for the Championship game. Teams such as: Stephenville Yellow Jackets, Southlake Dragons, Nimitz, J.J. Pearce, Rockwall Yellow Jackets, Celina Bobcats, Alvarado Cobras, Lewisville Farmers were in attendance. The event had no shortage of talent on the field.  An Alvarado freshman CJ Johnson was worth the trip out to Irving alone. Johnson is 6’3 195lb OLB that displayed great footwork and cover skills. Irving Nimitz has a pair of brothers 10th grade 6’2 190lb WR Kevin Carpenter and 9th grade RB Kenneth Carpenter who stands approximately 5’10” 165 that will soon be lighting up at Irving Independent Stadium. Last but not least there was a pair of 8th graders out of Rockwall Tx that I could not take my eyes off of. QB Austin Grandstaff stood an impressive 6’4 165lb. and Elijah Thomas 6’6” 250lb. athlete with height and footwork that should be a perfect recipe for a left tackle at any level.

Elijah Thomas 6’6″ 250lb Freshman, Austin Grandstaff 6’4″ QB Rockwall TX

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News: Prime Time Sports, the leader in providing show case youth athletic events in Texas, recently announced that NFA – Texas is its official football training organization. NFA – Texas is the Texas arm of the National Football Academies (NFA), the premier football training organization in the United States.

Rusty DiNicola (NFA-Texas) and Chris Gee (Prime Time Sports)


Contact Prime Time Sports regarding 7 on 7 Football, or if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact the Football Office either at football@primetimesportz.com or 972-355-3788 972-355-3788  x 2.

Contact NFA-Texas @ rusty.dinicola@gmail.com or 214.552.9078.