The Inaugural Clash of the Titans attracted 200 athletes from around the state
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
The Inaugural Clash of the Titans attracted 200 athletes from around the state. We’re aiming to make this event even bigger.
We want high school football athletes from around the state to compete. We’ll find out who’s the best at each position, in each region, and who’s best overall.
Additionally, we’re crowning the strongest man and fastest man at the camp. There are 30 MVP awards waiting to be won.
Now is the best time to register. Through March 2, you can register for only $50. The team rate is only $40 per athlete if you’re registering five or more athletes online together.
The registration rate increases to $60 from March 3 to March 28. After March 28, you’ll pay $70. All ADVANCE team registrations (five or more) are $10 off per athlete.
The 2017 event crowned quite a few future Division I athletes. Gerard Stringer (ECU), Martiese Phipps (W&M), Jalen Jackson (Villanova), Tayshaun Porter (Howard) and Mitchell Shinskie (Columbia) were among those that brought home hardware. There are quite a few underclassmen that won their position battles. All of them saw a bump in recruiting for competing and winning at the Clash of the Titans.
Your performance at the event is shared with the college coaches that recruit in the state of Virginia. This event leads into invites to college one-day camps and campus visits, directly from the college coaches themselves.
What are you waiting for? We want to see you compete!
This event will be covered by correspondents, photographers and videographers from recruit757, recruit804 and recruitNoVA. We want to spread the word on your achievements and this showcase is the perfect opportunity for you to show us what you can do.
The 2018 Clash of the Titans is at Highland Springs High School, just east of Richmond, on Sunday, April 8. More information on the event is available at the registration page for the event.
– Andy Hilton