LOUISVILLE, KY (January 4, 2019) – EdjSports, a data science and prescriptive analytics sports firm, has announced the launch of new EdjFootball products for college and high school teams at the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) annual convention in San Antonio, Texas, January 6-9.

Leveraging more than two decades of play-by-play and rigorous mathematical analysis, EdjFootball assesses a team’s Game-Winning Chance (GWC) at any moment of the game. Currently used by NFL franchises, EdjSports will introduce new EdjFootball products for college and high school teams.

The EdjFootball product suite includes:

  • Playcall Customizations
    • The simulator reveals the optimal play choice and relative merits of alternatives for any game situation within seconds.
  • Game Book
    • Customized reference charts provide guidance for key decisions and scenarios.
  • Gameday Matchup
    • Better understand offensive and defensive strengths and weaknesses for weekly opponents.
  • Post-Game Report
    • Study a breakdown of key decisions for every game.

“At EdjSports, we help coaching staffs make faster, more accurate, data-driven decisions with confidence. We are very excited to bring the power of EdjFootball analytics, used by NFL teams and media, to the collegiate and high school levels”, said Sean O’Leary, CEO of EdjSports.

EdjSports will be located at Booth #3037 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, January 6–9. The AFCA event map can found here.

About EdjSports

EdjSports empowers smarter decision making with proven predictive and prescriptive analytical models and custom software solutions in the sports industry. Our game-based approach analyzes pools of data, helping teams make critical call decisions based on the highest probability of achieving their goals. At EdjSports, we assist decision makers and enhance their ability to gain the competitive edge that ultimately impacts the bottom line – winning.  For more information, visit www.edjsports.com.


Contact: Casey Ramage



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