The Wyatt Sports Academy manages football fundamentals clinics for current and former football players to help teach the game of football to the youth in our community. We use the highest quality football coaches for our camps that all have played or coached in the college or professional ranks.
We specialize in position specific one-on-one and group training. We are available to train age’s 8-Professional. We offer single sessions as well as 8 session semesters.
Football skills showcase featuring the top high school skill talent in South Carolina. The Wyatt Sports Academy partnered with QB guru Ramon Robinson’s non-profit organization “Elite Position Training” (EPT) to help manage the event. Spartanburg High School hosted the event on April 18, 2015 and boasted over 130 athletes and representatives from 247sports, ESPN Recruiting Nation, QB Hit List, Rivals, Scout, SC Prep Nation, Varsity Preps and other media.
In The News
- • QB Hit List previews the QBs in April 18th EPT Football Skills Showcase
- • Kerry Fair II of SC Prep Nation writes about the upcoming EPT Football Skills Showcase at Spartanburg High
- • Tajh Boyd hosts youth clinic at Kroc Center from Tigernet.com
- • Tajh Boyd looking to have fun by Scott Keepfer of Greenville News
- • Tajh Boyd is coming to the Kroc Center for youth camp April 4th along with impressive coaching staff by Tigernet.com
David S. Wyatt, Esq is a Business, Sports and Entertainment attorney from Greenville, SC. He is a partner with the Gleaton Wyatt Law Firm. He has various experience in business, litigation, entertainment, real estate, coach representation, and athlete representation over his career. He is also a Sports and Entertainment Law Professor at the USC School of Law.
He is the President of Wyatt Sports, LLC which has two divisions; and NFL Player Representation division called Wyatt Sports NFL, and a football training division called the Wyatt Sports Academy. In addition to running Wyatt Sports, LLC he is the Vice President of Player Development for the Medal of Honor Bowl, and the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the South Carolina Football Hall of Fame.
He received his undergraduate degree in Economics and Law from Clemson (B.S. 1992) and his law degree from the USC School of Law(J.D. 1995). He and wife Anne have two daughters, Gibson and Virginia.