2019 Youth Football Signups
The Missouri Wolverines are taking sign-ups for all interested players. Practice start in late July however we are taking sign-ups for players now online.
KC ATHLETE TRAINING
At Kansas City Athlete Training, located 3 miles from downtown Kansas City Missouri, we offer Athletic Sports Performance Training for high school and youth athletes both boys and girls throughout the Kansas City Missouri Metro Area. The opportunities are not restricted for players associated with one team but are open to all players both boys and girls from anywhere in the KC Metro Area. We provide training for all sports via our speed and agility classes and our elite training classes which we recommend of our older athletes and personal training sessions for those athletes looking for specific 1-on-1 training. Our experienced staff has been conducting speed and agility and training athletes since 2005.
2019 Kansas City Youth Football Camp
WHEN: Monday June 17th- Thursday June 20th
TIME: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
WHERE: Kansas City Athlete Training Facility
The Kansas City Youth Football Camp Staff in combination with Kansas City Athlete Training along with local football coaches are proud to announce the 2019 Kansas City Youth Football Camp. The 18th Annual Kansas City Youth Football Camp focusing on the techniques and fundamentals needed to succeed at the youth level and to help players prepare for the 2019 football season. Aside from learning the game of football, camp staff will talk to the players each night about football, life, and why playing youth football is important.
Graduation Year; 2007
Total Years with Missouri Wolverines: 1
Jersey Number: 3
High School: Platte City High School
Krae Kelso played for the Missouri Wolverinres in 2007. Krae was the starting quarterback on the 2007 7th & 8th Grade Championship Team. At the time, Krae held the highest passing efficiency rating in Misouri Wolverines history. Known for his passing ability, Krae's running ability was actually the key to the Missouri Wolverines success in the championship game.
After the Missouri Wolverines, Krae went on to attend Platte County High School where he was the starting quarterback. Krae had an outstanding high school career an was acknowledge with the Frank Fontana Award which is given to the Kansas City Metro Area High School player from a small school (Class 1A - 3A).
The Missouri Wolverines are honored to have Krae on our All-Time Football player list.