All-American U is a social network site dedicated to promoting the highlight reel/sports bio of amateur athletes, teams, leagues & coaches clinics.
Please recognize that “All-American U” is an individual, team, league, coaches & sports clinic promotional social networking resource for high schools, colleges and all aged recreational sport athletes.
This site is for current and former amateur athletes, coaches and league/ clinic coordinators only. If you do not fit these guidelines, do not set up a profile.
Keep this site “SPORTS”! Keep it “GOOD SPORTS”!
Upload and post your action sports video highlights, digital picture show and action sports pictures ASAP. All-American U recommends that your video highlights should be a small file to upload faster to the site. Do not post TV shows, movie trailers, or items you found on the web not related to your sports information/profile.
Post your personal information on the comment wall on your page: Optional (age, height, weight, position, year, school, grades, stats, 40 time, weight lifting testing results, leagues, awards earned, community service, personal goals, etc., dates of clinics or team schedules in the events tab) to promote yourself and your sport.
Do not post gang references, explicit or otherwise offensive languages, images or content. It will be deleted. No mention of other athletes, schools in a negative sense (no trash talk). Maintain good “sportsmanship” throughout site! Do not harass or stalk members of All-American U. Please be respectful and professional to all members.
Regarding personal non-athletic photos, please make them private so that they are not displayed on the main page. If they are seen, they will be deleted.
Highlights and pictures submitted must be verifiable to insure the originality of material for others for the purpose of following up with or contacting coaches, leagues, etc.
All-American U will not be held responsible for fraudulent submissions.
The founders, Jeff Jamerson & Kevin R. Harris, of All-American U are two social engineers working with troubled youth and coaching athletics in the community. Their goal is to encourage athletes and their caregivers to use the accessible technology to level the playing field by educating athletes in the art of self-promotion to reach their personal goals by using sports as a vehicle.
Contact us: AllAmericanU@gmail.com
All-American U promotes the empowerment of all amateur athletes by giving them the opportunity to showcase their skills in sports by utilizing visual and social networking for the masses, while building stronger communication through sports, one athlete at a time.
TOP VIEWED HIGHLIGHTS
1. El Camino Community College 1987 Football National Championship.