College Football Camps and Combines
If permitted, always bring someone to film your events and record your information. This will allow you to send verified recruiting information to college coaches across the nation.
The best thing you can do is to make a list of the colleges you would like to attend at each division. Find out when those colleges are having off-season camps. Register for the camp that is going to cost you the least amount of money. This will give you the chance to meet the coaches on staff and assess your talent against elite competition.
Another great rule of thumb is to make sure you are in contact with college coaches before attending their camps. Try to get your name in the mix before entering the building. Coaches can only do so much evaluating over the phone, on the internet, and by email. When they meet you in person, they will be able to judge your character, attitude, competitive nature, and body type without the pads on.
Satellite Camps, Combines, Showcases, and 7 on 7 Tournaments
The rules on satellite camps, combines, and showcases have tightened up over the years, especially for division 1 programs as they are not allowed to attend these events. If you see satellite camps, combines, or showcases advertising with division 1 schools in attendance, then the camp is breaking multiple recruiting violations and is no longer credible.
The NCAA prohibits college coaches from attending non-scholastic 7 on 7 tournaments. NCAA schools are not allowed to host 7 on 7 events at their facilities either. Outside 7 on 7 tournaments are frowned upon by the NCAA because they believe that is a place of influence between prospective student athletes, college recruiters, agents, promoters, scouts, and coaches.
These camps, combines, showcases, and 7 on 7 tournaments are all great assets to add to your athletic resume. They offer an opportunity to compete against other top recruits and should primarily be used as an exposure tool. It gives you an opportunity to receive legitimate numbers, film, and awards. Try to always find camps that are featured on major networks/social media platforms which are followed by college coaches and scouts.
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