Mountain Pointe's Paul Lucas, Nick Carman and Clayton Dry were selected to part in the Muscle Milk Catalyst training program in December.

By Jason P. Skoda, AFN

The honors that follow being the the top-ranked team in the state are starting to roll in for Mountain Pointe.

About a week after Jalen Brown and Natrell Curtis accepted bids to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the Pride juniors were invited to attend the Muscle Milk Catalyst program in December.

Linemen Clayton Dry and Nick Carman and running back Paul Lucas were among 40 players in Arizona selected for the program and were presented Muscle Milk lockers on Tuesday at the school to formally be invited.

"It's an honor," Carman said. "I've never really worked with a trainer before. I going to do my best for the two days and get as much out of it as I can."

On December 14th and 15th, Muscle Milk is teaming up with Sullivan Proformance and the Fischer Institute to offer high school football players a game-changing experience.

Over two days, the selected high school athletes, who had to be nominated by their coach, will get an opportunity to work with top trainers and coaches in the field of speed, strength, therapy, nutrition, and recruitment.

Athletes will also learn key technical advantages to separate themselves from the competition- something that most players pay thousands of dollars to receive.

Contact writer: (480) 898-7915 or JSkoda@ahwatukee.com. Follow him on Twitter @JSkodaAFN.

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