Experience the TREECE ADVANTAGE 


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, Founder

AAAI/ISMA Certified Personal Trainer and Adult First Aid/AED/CPR Certified

Chris was born and raised in rural East Tennessee, then moved with his family to Middle Tennessee the summer prior to his senior year of high school.  At an early age, he was introduced to a variety of sports and he absolutely fell in love.  However, he was told that he was too small to play the one sport he excelled at, football.  At one point, his mother would not allow him to 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 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 under Head Coach Johnny Majors 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 more than 98,000 loyal fans.

Today, Chris is the Founder and CEO of The Treece Advantage Football Combines, a new, cutting-edge series of elite combines and camps for teenage athletes that are serious about getting on track to be recruited and want to improve their position-based skills. The combines test drills that are typical of other combines and what college coaches expect to see. They also feature 7 on 7 tournaments and 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 1 football and understand what is required to be granted and then maintain scholarship status. As part of the Treece Advantage and upon request, Chris also holds Coaches Clinics for any or all member(s) of a high school’s coaching staff.  At this time, these 2-day events will be held in Middle Tennessee, East Tennessee, South Carolina and Illinois.

Chris is also the author of two best selling books, "Driven" and “Vols For Life”, and has become one of the fastest-rising and most dynamic motivational speakers in the country. He is sought by companies and schools to engage, motivate, encourage and empower their respective employees and students. Chris resides in Knoxville, TN with his wife, Karen, and has four children, Brytnee, Torre, Jasten and Luke.

Jabari Davis, Director of Recruiting and College Liaison.

Jabari Davis is best known for his time as a running back for the Tennessee Volunteers from 2001 – 2004. Nicknamed the “J-Train”, Davis was the team’s active touchdowns leader. A physical runner with speed to burn, Jabari could play both tailback and fullback with aplomb. His experience with goal-line situations gave him a reputation as a dependable short-yardage back. Davis was named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week three times during his college career. Here are just some of his career highlights:

In a 2003 game against Florida, Davis helped lead the Vols to victory with a 78-yard, two touchdown performance.

Davis had two career 100-yard rushing games, with a career-high 135 during a 2002 game against Arkansas. In the 2002 season, Davis was the University of Tennessee’s second leading rusher with 559 yards. In the 2003 season, Davis scored eight regular season rushing touchdowns, leading the team and ranking fourth in the SEC.