THE UNSIGNED SENIOR SHOWCASE GUARANTEES THAT THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO WILL BE ATTENDING THE SHOWCASE ARE:
2020 High School Graduates Looking for an Opportunity to Play College Football
College Coaches Looking to Recruit Players for the Fall of 2020
HOW DOES THE UNSIGNED SENIOR SHOWCASE BENEFIT PLAYERS?
The college coaches are attending because they are looking for players to sign and commit to their roster for the 2020-2021 with the possibility of academic and/or athletic aid.
The Unsigned Senior Showcase can feature colleges from four-year institutions in NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, and the NAIA as well as Junior College programs.
Seniors will have the opportunity to be evaluated in combine-style metrics such as the vertical jump, 40-yard dash, and timed agilities to measure athletic ability. Participants will also compete in live offense & defense drills (based on preferred positions) so coaches can evaluate game play environments.
Seniors will have regular interaction with college coaches throughout the day concerning any instruction and performance.
Group discussion will be led by college coaches on the remaining recruiting process and tips for moving forward.
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HOW DOES THE UNSIGNED SENIOR SHOWCASE BENEFIT COACHES? WHY DO THEY ATTEND?
Smaller college programs like NCAA DII, DIII, NAIA and Junior College have limited recruiting budgets. The Unsigned Senior Showcase provides them a stipend so they can afford to attend.
With talent located in one location the Unsigned Senior Showcase allows coaches to come together to see talented players who they already know have a passion to play college football.
Coaches attending will be at the showcase for the entire day and will see all positions go through workouts.
To provide interested coaches and passionate players the opportunity to meet and evaluate each other.
To create an affordable opportunity that benefits both coaches and players and parents.
WHAT TO BRING
All campers need to bring athletic tennis shoes (in case of indoor activities), football cleats and all other equipment they would need to compete in a game (mouthpiece, gloves, etc). Players will not need a helmet or pads as there will be no contact. Players also are encouraged to bring unofficial copies of transcripts, resumes, and film to leave with coaches.
TYPICAL CAMP SCHEDULE
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM → Optional Campus Tour - Contact Coach to reserve your spot.
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM → Check-In & Height / Weight
1:00 PM - 1:15 PM → Dynamic Warm Up
1:15 PM - 2:00 PM → Agility Stations
2:00 PM - 2:10 PM → Break
2:10 PM - 3:10 PM → Individual Offense / Defense (Kickers Will Kick During This Time)
Optional Skelly (7v7) - Depending on Camp Numbers
3:15 PM - 4:15 PM → 1 on 1 Competition - OL vs DL, WR vs DB, RB vs LB
4:20 PM → End of Camp & Announcements
4:30 PM → Campers Have Film & Transcripts Available For College Coaches