Mahwah, NJ (PRWEB) September 07, 2012
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Dave Schuman's National Underclassmen Combines has offered rising high school prospects their chance to prove themselves in front of high school coaches, college coaches and scouts of their region, since 2005.
2013 isn't going to be any different for the National Underclassmen Combines.
From February to June, Dave Schuman will be hosting his combines all over the United States to help high school football standouts get the proper attention they merit. Each combine will consist of three stages. The preparation stage, the combine stage, and the performance stage. Your athlete can be eligible to participate in all three stages of the combine for the all-inclusive, one-time fee of $199.99.
The first stage will be selecting a preparation option: General Combine Preparation, Position Skills Training, and All-American Recruiting. Each of these preps is a one-time $50.00 fee.
The cost for the second stage, combine participation, is $89.99 for those who pre-register, and for walk-ups it will be $120.00. For those athletes interested in special teams play, the fee comes to $99.99. (Special Teams combine is available in select locations).
There will also be a youth camp for rising middle school athletes available at a cost of $50.00.
The final stage of the combine is the 7-on-7 All-Star Tournament and the Offensive/Defensive Line Warfare Drills. If your athlete is interested in this part of the combine, the fee is $59.99 for each event.
Dave Schuman's National Underclassmen Combines has developed a strong knack for helping the future football stars of tomorrow get discovered, and you don't want to let this opportunity slide for your star athlete. Hope to see you there!
-Combine results are sent to every college in the USA, all levels, 1A, 1AA, II and III.
-NUC had 33 players ranked in Rivals.com Top 100 for 2010, 10 players ranked in the Rivals.com Top 100 for 2008, 25 players for 2009, and 5 of the 10 best freshmen in the USA from Rivals.com, including the #1 player in the USA in 2010 and the #1 for 2011.
-Rivals.com, Maxpreps, Scout.com, Tom Lemming, ESPN, Jim Stefani and college coaches all use NUC results to rank players and offer scholarships.
-All Results are posted online and sent to every major recruiting organization.
-40% of the athletes that attended the Ultimate 100 camp have received D-1 scholarship offers, the highest percentage of any program in the USA.