Webletes.com is gearing up for the second half of their 17-city High
School Football Combine Camp Tour and will be hosting 5 combines in Ohio
this May/June. All JJ Huddle readers can register for 10% off by going to Webletes.Eventbrite.com and using code “JJHuddle”. Here’s how…
Webletes.com is gearing up for the second half of their 17-city High School Football Combine Camp Tour and will be hosting 5 combines in Ohio this May/June.
2013 Webletes.com Ohio Football Camps
·May 19 – Cincinnati, Ohio (Mason HS)
·May 24 – Marietta, Ohio (Marietta College)
·May 25 – Columbus, Ohio (Resolute Athletic Complex)
·May 26 – Cleveland, Ohio (Fairview HS)
·June 21 – Hiram, Ohio (Hiram College)
Attend one of the Webletes.com Exposure Combines to showcase your skills in combine testing, competition agility drills and 1 on 1’s. Results from the testing are sent to every NCAA school in the country. Some of the schools offering past combine attendees include Cincinnati, Iowa, Boston College, Illinois, Purdue, ECU, FIU and teams in the MAC.
Khari Banksa, a combine attendee from Mt. Juliet, Tenn., said “This is the most competitive camp I have attended. It’s different because the instructors helped you as you went along. It wasn’t just ‘do your best’ and on to the next station. After your first attempt at each station, you received help to improve your next rep.”
Athletes of all talent levels are encouraged to attend a combine, not only to improve their on-field abilities, but also to gain exposure and recognition. All JJ Huddle readers can register for 10% off by going to Webletes.Eventbrite.com and using code “JJHuddle”.
Webletes.com also offers a chance for you to dominate your competition even before the combine begins with their Battle of the Week. Every week, Webletes.com features two highlight videos side-by-side on their homepage and allows people to vote for their favorite. Athletes who win the Battle of the Week get free admission to the combine of their choice. Follow the Battle, find camp updates, and receive recruiting tips on their Facebook and Twitter pages.
Contact Camp Coordinator Pat Curran with any further questions Pat@Webletes.com