(LOS ANGELES) - Further development of the vast pool of football talent is imperative to the future, said Kelly J. Hurst, owner and managing general partner of the California Sharks.
"DFI has demonstrated methods to do this both economically and effectively," she said. 'I believe our proving ground benefits not only players, but also coaches, trainers, officials and every aspect of the game."
The Sharks front office has spent considerable time this off-season stretching its nets for new players, and their owner predicts marked improvement in their second season.
"Player interest for our second year is through the roof," she said. "The DFI model is an achievable model, and we expect to see exponential growth."