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Get College Coaches' Attention at's Football Combine Camps

February 15, 2013

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Didn't get a scholarship offer before signing day? It’s not too late to receive an offer from the school of your dreams.

This month kicks off  the annual 17-city High School Football Combine Camp Tour sponsored by national recruiting website How can this camp help you get recruited? Your results from the camp's combine tests are sent to every NCAA school in the country. College coaches will be able to see your results and watch you perform on video. Last year’s camp attendees received offers from schools like FIU, Boston College and Miami of Ohio. (See Understanding NCAA Scholarships.)

The camps offer you the opportunity to compete against other top athletes in your area. They are staffed by former collegiate football coaches, strength coaches and players, who know what it takes to succeed at the next level. “We aren’t a camp that just gets as many athletes through the door as fast as possible,” says founder Tim Curran. “We will actually instruct the athletes on how to properly perform combine tests so they can take new skills with them to other camps and combines throughout the year."

You can register today.

2013 Camps

  • Feb. 22 - Tampa, Fla.
  • Feb. 23 - Orlando, Fla.
  • Feb. 24 - Jacksonville, Fla.
  • Mar. 15 - Nashville, Tenn.
  • Mar. 16 - Birmingham, Ala.
  • Mar. 17 - Atlanta, Ga.
  • Apr. 14 - Charlotte, N.C.
  • May 10 - Chicago, Ill.
  • May 11 - Fort Wayne, Ind.
  • May 12 - Detroit, Mich.
  • May 17 - Indianapolis, Ind.
  • May 18 - Louisville, Ky.
  • May 19 - Cincinnati, Ohio
  • May 24 - Marietta, Ohio
  • May 25 - Columbus, Ohio
  • May 26 - Cleveland, Ohio
  • June 21 - Hiram, Ohio
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- Samantha Jones is a graduate of the University of Alabama, where she earned her bachelor's degree in communication and information sciences. Throughout her scholastic career,...
Samantha Jones
- Samantha Jones is a graduate of the University of Alabama, where she earned her bachelor's degree in communication and information sciences. Throughout her scholastic career,...
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