For every Division 1A football player that receives a scholarship to attend college, there are hundreds and hundreds of athletes who are simply left out of the mix when it comes to one of the most important decisions of a lifetime.
Attracting scholarship money from colleges and universities has become one of the main objectives of parents, coaches and players, who in these tough economic times, need financial assistance in getting a college education.
On Feb. 20 from 2-6 p.m, Elite Scouting Services and the Broward County Athletic Association are teaming up to help those athletes who would like to play at the next level, but have never received the proper exposure.
ESS expects 50 or more college coaches from NCAA Division II/III/NAIA to scout perspective Student Athletes. All of these schools have scholarships, Grant, and Aide MONEY.
“It’s truly an opportunity of a lifetime,” said Charles Fishbein, President of Elite Scouting Services. “This small college recruiting combine will give these players a second chance to impress, and that’s what is exciting about the entire process.”
The event, which is held at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale (2900 Northeast 47th St. in Fort Lauderdale), will help student/athletes showcase their skills that many have missed over the past year. It’s a chance for them to achieve that goal of going to college to play football and receive a quality education.
Pre-registration cost: $40.00.Day of event cost: $50.00. Don't miss this opportunity to receive more exposure! For further information, contact Charles Fishbein at 305-467-4386 or Matt DuBuc at 954-410-6756.