College Football Camps
Football Camps, Combines, and Showcases are Crucial for Getting Recruited
College football camps, combines and showcases present a great opportunity for recruits to compete against other top recruits and catch the attention of college scouts. If you are serious about playing for a particular school you should plan on attending a football camp there. The evaluations coaches make during these camps go a long way in determining who they will be making scholarship offers to.
There are hundreds of college football camps for high school players. You may be wondering, are there high school football camps near me? We’ve done the leg work to help you get a head start on identifying schools, camps and combines that are going to get you recruited and in position for a scholarship.
Find Football Camps Near Me
NCSA has compiled a list of all college camps (by sport) to attend this summer. Save hours of time researching camps by using the lists which include the date, type, cost and location of each sports camp. Visit NCSA’s site to find hundreds of college football camps near you today.
Get Exposure at Football Combines and Showcases
When looking at a football combine or football showcase, you want to be sure it has other top recruits in attendance. This ensures football scouts will be there and, if you do well, you can get some good publicity. Every year relatively unknown recruits make a name for themselves at a high school football combines or football showcases by having a great performance. College coaches are not allowed to attend these events, so your main goal is to get the attention of football scouts who share their reports from the event with college coaches.
We recommend the Rivals Camp Series for any recruits looking for a free high school football combine. Top performers at these combines get an invitation to the elite Rivals Camp Series where they can square off against the top recruits in the country.
What are College Junior Days?
College junior days are a lot like unofficial visits. Junior days are open to recruits and their parents or coaches, on a usually (but not always) invite-only basis. Junior days allow recruits the opportunity to tour the campus and facilities, speak with coaching staff and learn more about the football program. If you’re invited to attend junior days it typically means you are strongly being considered as a top recruit.
Football Camps and Combines FAQs
- How do I avoid wasting money on college football camps or combines?
- Can you handle the competition at elite camps?
- Where do you stack up against current college football players? We break down it down by Offense and Defensive.
- What are the NCAA Eligibility Requirements for football?
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