I'm 17 and I workout 5 times a week with my uncle after school for conditioning for football next year and I need to get stronger and bigger and we lift everyday and run on the treadmill everyday and after my workouts I take one scoop of 6 star whey protein and one scoop of body fortress creatine a day and I drink lots of water so Is it safe for my body?
If you really want to bulk up, working out 5 days a week is counter-productive. You need to get your body to supercompensate and you won't get there without rest.
I'm going to assume you isolate different muscle groups on different days, something like
Mon: Chest/Triceps Tues: Back/Biceps Wed: Shoulder/Forearms Thurs:Legs Fri: Core/Abs
because that's what everyone reads in magazines and people tell others to follow programs like this without really knowing why they even follow these schedules...
Now I'm going to pull some Rippetoe/Mehdi stuff on you :) What you want to be doing (assuming you want to become stronger and bigger for football) is compound lifts. You want to be squatting 3x a week. You want to be getting your deadlift and bench numbers up. Drop any exercise that has the word "curl" in it. Drop leg presses. Drop triceps extensions, lat pull-downs, etc... Compound lifts baby!
Basically, an ideal schedule would be one day on, one day off, and cardio on the weekend.
Quite honestly, to achieve your goal, you could do it with 5 simple exercises.
Squats Benchpress Barbell Rows Chin-ups and most importantly, Deadlifts
Basically I'm recommending 5x5 Stronglifts. I followed this for hockey, and in 3 months, with the right diet, I put on 25 pounds, and judging by my BF%, 12-14 of those lbs were pure muscle.
Follow this training regimen, get 200+ grams of protein, 3000+ kCal in you per day, and you'll gain muscle. Start small, increase the weight every workout. Muscle confusion is a myth. If you want to get stronger keep lifting and build up to more weight, your body will evolve naturally to handle the added strain. That's how you get stronger.
The recommended age for working out and doing heavy strength exercises is 16. When it comes to your protein shake and creatine, then the amount of protein and creatine isn't dangerous for your body.
The whey protein is optimal for your training, if you want to gain extra muscles. The creatine is just for your own motivation, cause the only thing creatine does, is that it reduces the aching in your muscles.
Another thing I read in your question was that you lift everyday? There's no point in lifting everyday if you want to gain muscles. You can run the treadmill, in order to get in shape, but you must notice that it takes 36 hours for the muscle fibres to recover. Which means you would gain muscles faster if you for example lifted weights 4 days a week, and then had 3 days of recovery.