The 2nd Annual NUC All-American Performance Week and Game is Announced For December

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National Underclassmen Combines Presents: The Best of the Best High School Football Players in the U.S. in a North vs. South Regional Battle

Since 2005, Dave Schuman's National Underclassmen Combines have given hard-working high school athletes the opportunity to establish themselves as elite football players and get noticed by the top collegiate football programs in the country. Join us this December, as we finish out the year with the action-packed NUC All-American Game and Week.

The North Region vs. South Region game will take place on December 18th, 2012. The game will give 110 exceptional high school football players the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of the rest of the nation. The high-profile contest serves as the perfect close-out to what will undoubtedly be a week of outstanding football and fun.

The entire week surrounding the big game will have spotlights shining bright on these spectacular athletes. The events of the week will include skills challenges, practices, and 7-on-7 all-star games. The week also features an All-American Youth Game for talented middle school players from all over the country.

If you know a high school football player that has what it takes to be an NUC All-American, visit and nominate them for the honor. Don't miss out on an incredible opportunity to build the bridge over the gap between high school and college football. Make yourself known. Come out to play, or just be a fan of National Underclassmen Combines' All-American Performance week, and experience a week of football you'll never forget.

Dave Schuman's National Underclassmen Combine (NUC) is the longest running underclassmen event and the most respected combine and football camp in the country. Since its inception, more than 50,000 athletes have come through NUC events and more than 2,000 athletes have received Division-I scholarships after first attending an NUC event.

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