College Camp season is around the corner. Here’s your schedule for camps in Virginia and nearby
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
There’s a lot to get excited about! College camps will be here before you know it, and we want to get you ready to show yourself at your best.
Here’s the full schedule that we keep here on UltimateRecruit.com in the camps calendar: CLICK HERE.
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In addition, we have three camp events on tap that you’ll want to be a part of.
First, the Clash of the Titans will be the biggest independent camp event in the state of Virginia this year, period!
We’re pitting the best against the best at each position, and we’re awarding MVP award for the top performers from each region at each position. There’s also a Fastest Man Contest (forty-yard dash) and a strongest man competition (225 pound bench press).
On May 12, we’ll have our annual College Prospect Assessment Camp (CPAC) where we give prospective college athletes the opportunity to fine tune their camp and combine skills. This is the place to prove that you’re ready for college one-day camps. You’ll run through the paces of a college one-day, yet there’s also an instructional element. If you’re going to make a mistake at a college one-day, we’d rather have you make it here. We’ll have a half-hour college recruiting seminar for athletes and parents, and we’ll have three hours of work for the athletes.
Lastly, we have a new event for you. At Christopher Newport University, on May 20, we’ll have a lineman camp that’s good for instruction, good for team bonding, and good for exposure. You see, Division II and Division III college coaches will be on hand to observe and coach at our first annual Big Skill Showcase. We are offering team rates and a deep discount of 20% across the board for pre-registered athletes and teams. Sign up today!
Take a look at the video in the window below for a little more explanation. We hope to see YOU this spring and summer as you work on getting yourself recruited to play college football.
– Andy Hilton