Get College Coaches' Attention at Webletes.com's Football Combine Camps | STACK
X

Become a Better Athlete. Sign Up for our FREE Newsletter.

Get College Coaches' Attention at Webletes.com's Football Combine Camps

February 15, 2013

Must See Football Videos

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 Webletes.com. 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
Topics: FOOTBALL | NEWS
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,...
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,...
More Cool Stuff You'll Like

7 Bad Behaviors That Will Help You Play College Sports

5 Essential Steps for College Recruits

College Admission Tips for Ivy League and Division III

College Recruiting FAQ: How Does National Signing Day Work?

What's in a National Letter of Intent?

College Football Recruits: 5 Strategies to Get Noticed

Featured STACKlete: Reagan Rogers

3 Ways to Climb the Recruiting Ladder

Recruiting Tips for High School Soccer Players

Understanding the NCAA Eligibility Center

What is a Parent's Role in Recruiting?

14-Year-Old Quarterback Verbally Commits to LSU

Tennis Recruiting: 6 Tips for Getting Attention from Colleges

Basketball Recruiting: It's Never Too Late

Practical Recruiting Tips for High School Athletes

New NCAA Rules on Junior College Football Recruiting Explained

Volleyball Recruiting: Why Hasn't the Coach Called Me?

3 Ways to Trust Your Gut During the College Recruiting Process

Prepare Early for the College Recruiting Process

Recruiting: You Need to Score, But Your Coach Won't Let You?

Do Athletes Make Better Students?

Why You Should Consider Post-Grad Prep School for Football

NCAA Recruiting Rules: Baseball

Volleyball Recruiting: Searching for More Than Talent

Demystifying the College Athletic Recruiting Process

One Thing All Outstanding High School Senior Athletes Must Do

Tennis Recruiting: Official vs. Unofficial Visits

Why You Should Play Small-School Sports

4 Common College Recruiting Myths Debunked

The Tennis College Recruiting Summer Checklist

Combatting the Early Commitment Epidemic in Women

Boost Your Academics: 4 Tips for High School Athletes

What the New SAT Means for Student-Athletes

The Best (and Worst) Part of Choosing a School

How a Bad Game Affects Your Recruiting Status

STACK Recruiting Guide 2014: Victor Cruz and the 'It' Factor

Basketball Recruits: What You Should Do in November

College Baseball Recruiting: How to Control Your Own Destiny

Tennis Recruiting: Making a Decision

College Recruiting FAQ: Early Action vs. Early Decision