All American Games and Football University (FBU) are proud to announce offensive/defensive lineman, Hunter Trenaman, from Christian Academy of Louisville (Ky.), has been selected to play in the inaugural 2013 FBU International All-Star Games, taking place from January 1st-5th, 2013 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

“Hunter is a nice player on both sides of the ball and we like his motor. It appears that Christian Academy of Louisville and Coach Lefors have done a fine job molding Hunter on the field as well as in the classroom,” said Erik Richards, Director of FBU Scouting.

The FBU International All-Star Games feature top athletes selected from FBU North America and FBU International camps held from September 2011 to September 2012. Each athlete will be selected based on their performance at a camp, as well as playing footage, judged by the FBU committee of former NFL players and coaches. In the aggregate, FBU has reviewed more than 200 Canadian athletes, 750 European athletes, and 1000 U.S. athletes in the pursuit to create these first-ever FBU International All-Star Games.

The FBU International All-Stars are being selected not only for their outstanding performance on the field but also for their accomplishments and dedication in the classroom. Paired with his accomplishments on the field, Trenaman boasts a GPA of 4.2 and was named to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association All-State Academic team.

The inaugural games will feature more than 160 U-19 football athletes comprising the rosters to five teams: Europe, Canada/Montreal, Canada/BC, Mexico and United States. Additionally, FBU will select 25 coaches that participated in FBU International and North American coaching clinics to lead the all-star teams. The FBU International Games’ semi-final game will be played at 8am CT and the championship game at 8pm ET on Saturday, Jan. 5, at the Alamodome.