Texas Football Showcase is a football event focused on helping high school student-athletes and college coaches during the recruiting process. TFS was started in 2008 in Austin, TX by Coach Anthony Williams and Coach Anthony Wood. Both coaches noticed that most major combines only hosted events in Dallas or Houston so they focused on hosting their showcase in Austin and San Antonio originally but have now expanded to Dallas and Houston. We not only help unsigned seniors after signing day, we also help high school underclassmen with the necessary laser combine data that college coaches want during the recruiting process. TFS has helped players earn full scholarships to FBS/FCS programs and also partial scholarships to D2, D3, NAIA, Prep and JUCO programs all over the country! Coach Williams and Coach Wood are passionate about helping all HS football players earn a college degree and play football at any college level because of the impact that experience has on young men's lives.
Our showcase will allow HS football players in and around Texas to TEST. COMPETE. SHOWCASE. in front of college coaches representing D2, D3, NAIA, PREP and JUCO programs from all over the country, either live in person or via a live stream broadcast thanks to . College coaches who attend the showcase can coach a specific position, host a recruiting table or walk around and evaluate players during the showcase. They will be provided full contact data, laser testing and access to players during the showcase. TFS will ask all players, coaches, staff and media to observe our COVID-19 safety protocols during the showcase. NO EXCEPTIONS! College coaches will be served a catered lunch and meet with coaches to share notes on players who attend the showcase. Coaches can confirm which coaches, admissions staff or financial aid will be attending by simply sending an email to Anthony Williams at email@example.com. We take feedback from college coaches seriously so we will not have more than 250 players at our showcases, this makes it easier to fully evaluate players and not feel rushed when having conversations with players.
Here is a general schedule for our showcases. (Subject to change)
Player registration / Parent recruiting seminar
Laser testing in 40, 5-10-5 shuttle and Broad Jump
1 v 1 competitive drills
Things to know about our showcase.
All players, coaches, staff, etc. who attend the event MUST follow our COVID-19 protocols
We do not do any Long Snapping, Punting or Kicking at our showcase
Players must bring their own water bottles to the event due to COVID-19 we will not be providing any water or sports drinks
Players should bring cross trainer shoes and football cleats to the showcase, no track spikes will be allowed
Anthony Williams @AWilliamsUSA
Founder, VP of Business Development/Football Development
512-797-5293 / Email
Anthony Williams resides in Round Rock, TX is married to Val Williams and has 4 children: Aaron, Joshua, Daniel and Ayanna.
Anthony has played. coached and been involved with the great game of football for over 30 years at the youth, high school and college level.. Coach Williams is also the Sr. Dir. of Player Development/Scouting for All American Games, the Sports Marketing Company that owns the All American Bowl game, National Combine, Adidas Freshmen All American bowl game, Top Gun and Football University. He is passionate about helping student-athletes leverage their athletic ability to get an education and be successful in life after sports. Anthony mentors many student-athletes across the country and does public speaking appearances at different events discussing issues that affect the student-athlete experience which includes, training, social media, character, giving back to the community, being a leader, the recruiting process and other topics.
Anthony Wood @coach_awood
Founder, VP of Football Operations
Director of Football
512-464-4031 / Email
Coach Wood is married to Chrissy Nickerson and has two children: Lauren and Ella
Anthony Wood, Head Coach and Athletic Coordinator for Westwood High School-6A (Austin, TX) from 2005-present.
5 consecutive playoff appearances (2009-present)2012 Round Rock Leader Coach of the Year2006 District 14-5A Coach of the Year15 Div I Scholarships since 2008Last 6 QB’s received scholarshipsPresident of Central Texas Coaches Association in 2009 Only coach to win a playoff game in Westwood’s 33 year history.