David Schuman (football analyst)

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David Schuman is the founder and president of Schuman Enterprises, a national high school football camp series.[1][2] Schuman runs the largest high school football combine and recruitment showcase in the country, The National Underclassmen Combine, and has trained over 30,000 athletes in the US.[1][3] Formerly, he was the head football coach at Palisades Park/Leonia High School.[3]


Schuman was an elite high school football player for Saddle Brook High School in New Jersey, named 1st Team All American as a running back by Bigger Faster Stronger magazine, as well as 3rd All State in New Jersey.[3][4]

After high school, he earned a full athletic scholarship to the University of Connecticut, where he was a starting linebacker. Schuman received a bachelor's and master’s degree from the university, as well as the Kendall Madison Award for top student athlete.[3][5]

After graduating, he spent some time working as a business analyst before opening Schuman’s Speed School. In 2004, he started Ultimate 100 Camp, a hand-picked football training camp for elite high school players.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Lieberman, Randy. "Three Cavaliers to attend elite football combine". Pocono Record.
  2. ^ "National Underclassmen Combine: Phoenix". Rivals.com.
  3. ^ a b c d National Underclassmen Football Combine Staff. "Coach David Schuman". National Underclassmen Football Combine. Archived from the original on 2013-04-01.
  4. ^ "Special Mention BFS High School Football All-Sectional Selections" (PDF). Bigger Faster Stronger Magazine.
  5. ^ "Kendall Madison Award". UCONNHUSKIES.com.