Thousands of high school football players will travel the country to attend football camps and combines each year looking for scholarship offers.
While there are many events a player can attend, it does not mean you should attended one of the many you’ll find or be asked to attend.
How do you know if a football camp or combine is the right one for you to attend?
Don’t guess on where you plan to go in hoping to get exposure to help your child earn a college scholarship.
While some attack camps and combines not held on a college campus in front of college coaches. There are several events worth your time in helping your child in the process.
While these events are called many different things, here are a few keywords or names you’ll come across during the process.
Look for the following ON CAMPUS COLLEGE CAMPS COMBINES INVITE-ONLY CAMPS DEVELOPMENTAL CAMPS EXPO SHOWCASES ELITE 11 THE OPENEING RIVALS THREE STRIPE U.S. ARMY NATIONAL COMBINE UNDER ARMOUR FOOTBALL COMBINE EXPOSURE CAMPS
Camps and combines are not going away with more popping up each year looking to cash in.
Some may call these events “Underwear Olympics” and will tell you don’t waste your money to have your son run a 40-yard dash, a 3-cone drill or any drill.
However, like anything in life there are good and bad.
Having covered many events (good / bad) over the years, I’ve seen the rise in the number of events and have a full grasp on what events your son should or should not look to attend.
Don’t make mistakes in this area as it cost time, money and maybe even a chance to earn a scholarship.