Kris Pettus Returns to the RPFL as Head Scout of Arkansas
Kris Pettus has officially been hired as the Head Scout for the state of Arkansas. Kris brings a ton of experience from the developmental and professional football level. Kris was a standout player on both sides of the ball in 2014 for the Detroit Cougars of the RPFL before advancing to an arena team and working out for the Dallas Cowboys. Kris is a student of the game and has worked with many players on the developmental market to advance in their football careers.
Kris will successfully identify, evaluate and recruit high performing football players for the Rivals Professional Football League. Kris will identify appropriate scouting locations and be responsible for all preparation, scouting reports, and recruiting systems involving the state of Arkansas while under his 1 Year/ $35,000 Scouting contract with the RPFL.
The RPFL is a professional football league that provides adult football players an opportunity to gain more experience while attaining great quality game film that can be used to market them to the NFL and CFL. The RPFL will compete for 8 weeks during the 2017 season from May to July. The RPFL currently has four teams in the state of Michigan and will be expanding to South Florida and adding four more teams for the 2017 season. The top two teams will then move on to compete in a televised League championship game after the regular season. All players will sign a 4 year/ $256,800.00 performance based incentive contract with a possibility of guaranteed money in the form of a base salary, signing bonus and or roster bonus. Players drafted in the 1st round of the 2017 RPFL Draft are guaranteed a signing bonus of up to $1,000.00.