The Treece Advantage Training Academy is the area leader in complete athlete development for youth, high school, college and professional football players. In addition to our speed and strength training, we offer position specific football academies for QB, WR,TE,OL,DL,LB, and DB. Our curriculum is second to none as each session focuses on a particular skill or technique of that position to help the athlete be successful on the field. Additionally, we focus on teaching and motivating our athletes to maximize their potential and push them to excellence.

Our Amateur Development programs are designed for the dedicated athlete looking to dominate their competition. This program delivers the highest training stimulus and return on investment of time, of all The Treece Advantage programs. Athletes will benefit from 3 or 4 training sessions per week to develop every single aspect of sports performance. The addition of a more in depth nutritional profile gives the athlete a distinct advantage by teaching them how to eat for athletic improvement and maximize recovery between training sessions. If your athlete wants to take his game to the next level, The Treece Advantage is the answer.



Chris Treece, CEO and Founder

Chris Treece, Founder Chris was born and raised in a rural East Tennessee town before moving to Middle Tennessee before his senior year in high school. Chris was introduced at an early age to sports which he absolutely fell in love with. However, he was told that he was too small to play the one sport he excelled at, Football. At one point, his mother told him he couldn’t play, but he somehow found his way to the field and had a terrific career. In high school he received All-State and All-America honors and was later inducted into the Murfreesboro Oakland High School Hall of Fame in 2000. Chris attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville on an athletic scholarship where he was a member of the varsity football team as a hard nosed defensive back wearing the number 38. One of his greatest memories of playing at UT was running through the storied “T” on game day in front of 98,000 plus loyal fans.

Jabari 'Juice' Davis, Director of Recruiting

Jabari Davis brings over 10 years of experience in training and relationships with college coaches. He had a great career at the University of Tennessee as a running back.

*Vols RB/FB 2001-2004
*3x SEC Player Of The Week
*Vols TD Leader In 2002 & 2003

Karen Treece, CFO, Nutrition Advisor, RN

Karen is a Registered Nurse/Nurse Manager and a is 1995 graduate of East Tennessee State University College of Nursing. She also studied nutrition while attending ETSU and has many years of experience surrounding sports nutrition and workout support.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can attend The Treece Advantage Football Combines?
The Treece Advantage Football Combines are a new, cutting-edge series of elite combines and camps for athletes that are serious about getting on track to be recruited and want to improve their position-based skills. The events are geared toward current 8th-12th grade high school athletes. The camps will also feature 7 on 7 tournaments.

What happens at The Treece Advantage Football Combines?
Athletes will arrive at The Treece Advantage Football Combine and check in. They will receive their camp shirt, and have their photo taken before heading to the field to stretch. The athletes will then be led through a dynamic warm-up, and will do a few short position-specific drills (QB’s, RB’s, WR/TE’s, OL’s, DL’s, LB’s and DB’s) with staff members to get acclimated to coaches and field conditions. Next, the athletes will be broken up into groups based on their position and rotate at combine stations to be measured. There will be a break for lunch which will be provided by The Treece Advantage. After lunch, athletes will be led through another dynamic warm-up, with a few short position-specific drills before beginning one-on-ones. The one-on-ones are the main event of the camp where WR’s go against DB’s, RB’s go against LB’s and OL’s will battle DL’s in a ‘big-man’ challenge. QB’s will alternate throwing to WR’s and RB’s at different times with various routes. During these drills, The Treece Advantage will be filming athletes in their individual skills to be uploaded to their personal recruiting profile.

Which tests will be captured during The Treece Advantage Football Combines?
The Treece Advantage Football Combines will test the 40-yard dash, 5-10-5 Shuttle, 3 Cone Drill, and Vertical Jump. These drills are typical of other combines and what college coaches expect to see. Athletes will be able to view their results and compare against athletes in their region.

Who runs The Treece Advantage Football Combines?
The Treece Advantage Combines are run by a highly talented coaching staff, all of whom boast some of the most respected names and coaching experience in the industry. Our coaches have played Division I football and understand what is required to be granted and then maintain scholarship status.

What is the cost to attend The Treece Advantage Football Combines?
The Treece Advantage Combines are 2-Day events held on Saturday and Sunday, $175 per participant. If you register before February 15th you can use promo code: TREECE to receive $25 off registration.

Can I make a deposit to pay for camp?
We do not take deposits for camps or combines. We offer convenient online payment processing and accept all major credit cards. Payment is due in full upon registration. Once registration is processed, athletes will receive information about the camp and other camp opportunities.

Do you allow “walkup” registrants?
We do accept walk-up registrants; however an additional administrative fee of $30.00 will be assessed, so we encourage online registration.

What forms are required to be filled out?
All participants will need to fill out a medical release waiver and a talent release form. Since pictures and videos will be taken throughout the day, any athlete may be filmed or photographed and must have a talent release form completed and signed. If under 18, forms must be signed by a parent or legal guardian. Forms will be attached to the registration confirmation email after payment has been processed. Completed forms can be emailed to: Chris@christreece.com.

When does online camp registration close?
Online registration will close one week before the camp date.

Is there a limit on the number of campers at each session?
Yes. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere that is instructional, very competitive and measures the athlete’s abilities. We will be videoing position-based skills so we need to set a limit on the number of participants at each session. Athletes are advised to sign up as early as possible in order to guarantee a spot. Spots will sell out quickly so make sure to register well in advance.

What does The Treece Advantage Combine fee include?
Each participant will be tested in a combine format. Each athlete will also receive a camp shirt to wear during that day and The Treece Advantage will provide hydration. Prospects will have to provide their own transportation to and from the camp. Other travel costs such as airfare and hotel are not covered.

Do you offer group discounts?
Yes. The Treece Advantage is a private company and is not affiliated with any college or university.We are able to offer group or team discounts. Please “contact us” to inquire about the various discounts we can offer based on the total number of participants.

What is the refund policy of The Treece Advantage Football Combine?
You must submit your refund request through The Treece Advantage’s “contact us” form, including the participant’s name, date and total refund amount. Refund requests must be made within 10 days prior to the event or refund will not be given. No refunds will be provided for participants who become injured, sick, or have transportation issues the day of the camp.

What are the player benefits for attending The Treece Advantage Football Combine?
Players participating in The Treece Advantage Football Combine will be given the chance to earn national exposure by competing against other top athletes in that camp’s region. Individual position skills video will be filmed and athletes will learn what it takes to compete at a high level, compare their abilities against others and walk away with everything they need to begin their recruiting journey. The Treece Advantage Football Combine is a great way to improve overall position technique, and earn recognition for top performances in each position.

What should athletes bring to the camp?
Players participating in The Treece Advantage Football Combines will need to bring a pair of cleats, court shoes a mouth guard and a pair of extra socks. Lunch is at the athletes expense and hydration will be provided during the camp at a cost but players are encouraged to bring their own snack/energy bar just in case.

Will you have medical training staff on location?
Yes. Fully qualified medical training staff personnel will be on site. In the event of a more serious injury, there are major hospitals located within 5 miles of the camps.

What happens in the event of inclement weather?
Safety is our #1 priority. We must remain indoors until all clear. We ask athletes to bring indoor surface sneakers as a precaution in case The Treece Advantage Football Combine has to move indoors.

If a player is already being recruited, should they still attend the camp?
Yes, The Treece Advantage Football Combines are not just another camp or combine. Athletes get tested, get filmed and receive an online recruiting profile. In addition athletes receive high-level coaching during position drills and have some serious fun with one-on-one competition. The athlete’s online recruiting profile not only houses their combine results and skills videos but allow them to access a college coach’s database. Simply put this three-part combination gives athlete’s even greater exposure, opportunity and gives them empowerment on being recruited.

What level of competition should a player expect at the camp?
Players at The Treece Advantage Football Combine should expect to go against other top players from their region. The Treece Advantage will make every effort to split athletes up by age and athletic abilities so athletes are able to showcase their true potential to the fullest extent.

Would a poor time performance during the combine hurt my ability to be recruited?
Not every athlete can be listed on some national top 100 website. Besides that, those top lists only make up a very small percentage of total athletes and are compiled through self-promotion, and submission of a player application forms. Athletes and parents often have high expectations on results and need to understand these metrics are used as a benchmark giving the athlete a comparison to other athletes. This metric will also give athletes a baseline to define a goal to work against to improve as they progress throughout their high school career.

What if I think I made too many mistakes in my skills video, will it hurt being recruited?
No, because not every athlete is perfect and can perform mistake free. College coaches are trained to see good technique even through a miss step or lapse in technique. Having a video true that includes a few athletic mistakes allows college coaches to more effectively see an athlete’s true athletic potential. College coaches do not want to see another perfect highlight reel to the beat of the athlete’s favorite track.

Are parents allowed to watch The Treece Advantage Football Combines?
Yes. However, due to insurance reasons, it is mandatory that all non-participants remain in the stands or parent designated area. During The Treece Advantage Combines athletes may feel extra pressure to perform therefore we ask parents to be encouraging and refrain from giving constructive feedback on their performance.