COLLEGE COMBINE PREP

COLLEGE CAMP COMBINE PREP CLASS

presented by Sports757.com

The number one recruiting tool for D1 college football programs to evaluate & recruit high school players are collegiate football camps held on college campuses during the summer (June / July)

99% of D1 college football camps & coaching staffs use “standard” evaluation testing drills to evaluate and screen their campers & prospects

We have designed a 5 week program that will introduce, teach, screen, and take players through how to properly prepare for these testing drills that they will experience at D1 football camps

Like any test: knowing the drills and having experience performing the drills can be a way a student can excel and catch the attention of college recruiters

Please read below to view our detailed “plan for success” all 5 weeks

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COLLEGE COMBINE PREP DATES, TIMES & LOCATION

Dates:  May 7, May 15, May 22, May 29 (4 week class)
Days:  Every Sunday (except May 7)
Time: 5pm – 6:30pm
Grades: 7 – 12
Total Cost:  $100
Location: Norfolk Indoor Sports Turf 
202 W. 22 St. Norfolk VA 23517
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May 7 class will be 1:30pm – 3pm at Norfolk Indoor Sports
to accommodate Mothers Day on May 8
Run by Los Angeles Chargers running back Kevin Marks 
Played running back at the University at Buffalo
$30 for May 7 class

CAMP COMBINE TESTING OVERVIEW BY DATE

May 7:  3 cone teach & camper running form video & evaluation breakdown
+ Teaching & testing the 3 cone drill (baseline time) *
+ Mechanical breakdown of running form
+ The science of improved times by understanding angles of a drill

May 15:  College Agility Drills & 40 Time Testing
+ overview of movement screening drills to expect at camp (not testing drills)
+ overview of the 40 yard dash timing sequence (how colleges will run it)
+ testing of the 40 (baseline score) *

May 22:  Pro Shuttle Testing & Broad Jump / Vertical Jump
+ Review of May 1 Pro Shuttle teach
+ Testing the Pro Shuttle (baseline score) *
+ Overview of the broad jump & teach
+ Broad Jump testing (baseline score)  *

May 29:  Full “Camp Experience” Dry Run (Overview)
+ Mock D1 College Football Camp Testing & Drill Experience

Sunday May 29 Itinerary (Mock Camp Experience)
5pm:  Full warm up 
5:15pm:  40 Testing
5:30pm:  Broad Jump / Vertical Jump Testing
5:45pm:  5 x 10 x 5 Testing
6:00pm:  Pro Shuttle Testing
6:15pm:  D1 Movement Screening Drills

All times & video from May 29 will be provided to campers

INFO & INSIGHT ABOUT OUR PROGRAM FOR PARENTS

Education:  In regards to Division 1 College Football Recruiting, here are some factual pointers for parents going through the process for the first time!

The two top ways in which to get recruited to a Division 1 Football program is your FILM (game film or Hi-Lite) or a student’s raw measurements & projection (height, weight, speed ect)

The next top two ways to receive evaluation and possible recruitment by a Division 1 Football program is during the Spring Evaluation Period (April 15 – May 29) and / or at College Football Camps (on college campuses only) June 1 – June 25

April 15 – May 29 College recruiters are ABLE to come to your sons school to evaluate him in person (does not mean that they will, they are simply allowed)

June 1 – June 25, every D1 College in the country will have football camps to evaluate campers.  Every camp is open to ANY player.  

Receiving an IN PERSON evaluation, meeting the coaching staff, showing your interest in a school is critical in the recruiting process and can be the small separation between one prospect over another.

It is critical during the summer to ONLY attend camps run specifically by D1 colleges & universities

Less than 1% of all high school seniors move on to play Division 1 Football on scholarship.  

+. There are 130 D1 FBS Football Programs (85 full scholarships) 
+ There are 129 D1 FCS Football Programs (63 full scholarships)
+  Each school can sign 25 players per year on scholarship

Camps we suggest players in the 757 to attend: 
1.  Old Dominion
2.  William & Mary
3.  UNC or NC State
4.  UVA or Maryland

Many of the larger Division 1 Schools will have smaller schools in attendance at their camps.  For example:  ODU will more than likely have Norfolk State, William & Mary ect. at their football camp – evaluating students.

WHAT TO BRING – WHAT TO WEAR TO TRAINING

Wear:  Athletic attire, cleats & sneakers
Bring: Water bottle

 

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Soccer party, flag football, dodgeball tournament, whiffle ball, and of course our most popular party: NERF WAR BATTLE party!
Our rental price is $100 per hour which includes everything!  Includes tables, chairs, game play – ZERO additional fees.  

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