I have seen over 50,000 high school football athletes come through the NUC camps and I continue to impressed and amazed at the talent.
Mahwah, NJ (PRWEB) February 13, 2012
National Underclassmen Combines football showcase released their list of Top 30 for Georgia state rankings. Coming from the largest high school and college recruiting combine in the United States is the state of peaches top football athletes from the showcase. Georgia has 6 players in the NUC Ultimate 100 and 15 in the Southeast Top 60. Athletes are ranked based on skills displayed during the event.
Among the best of the best in this NUC event were the top five athletes. In this Georgia lineup were Robert Nkemdiche, Montravius Adams, Reuben Foster, Tyren Jones, and Isaac Rochelle. Nkemdiche, a defensive lineman from Grayson, Georgia recorded 18 sacks and 17 TFL’s while leading his team to the Georgia AAAAA Championship. Adams is a defensive lineman from Dooly County, Georgia and showed great performance in the AT&T Georgia Bowl. Troup, Georgia is the home of linebacker of Foster who had a recorded 185 tackles and 14 sacks in the season. Jones of Walton, Georgia is a running back who led his team to a 14-1 record by rushing for 2,373 yards and 33 touchdowns. Rochell, a defensive linemen from Eagles Landing Christian, Georgia was accepted into the AT&T Georgia Junior Bowl. For the complete list of the NUC Georgia Top 30 visit http://www.nationalunderclassmen.com
“As NUC founder I cant believe the result of these athletes, I have seen over 50,000 high school football athletes come through the NUC camps and I continue to impressed and amazed at the talent. The goals of the showcases are to help young athletes achieve their goals of playing at the college level and NUC is there to help guide these players while they reach that goal”.
About National Underclassmen Combines
The National Underclassmen Combines showcase for football was founded in 2005 by veteran coach, Dave Schuman. National Underclassmen Combines is the longest running underclassmen event, and respected combine and football camp in the country. Since 2005 more than 50,000 athletes have come through NUC events and more than 3,000 athletes have received Division-1 scholarships, 1aa and DII scholarships offers after attending one of our camps. There are over 1,000 Division-I athletes coming through the National underclassmen Combines door. By bringing the best football coaches and athletes in the country to run the showcases, combines camps are becoming the way for future college athletes to gain the recognition they deserve. Schuman Speed has been providing high school football players with the skills and determination they need to be recruited by the best of the best in college football.
This year the company expanded its program to more than 60 cities and more than 180 events through out the United States. For high school athletes who play for small town schools or elite athletes looking to be noticed by the people on the top, Schumans makes it possible and exposes their talented to the appropriate college recruiters. Dave Schuman ranks athletes along with Barry Every. The rankings are based on skills and talents throughout the events. It is the job of the National Underclassmen Combines to get that information out to college football recruiting teams nationwide. Visit http://www.nationalunderclassmen.com to find out more information.