The Rivals Camp Series returns in 2022 with regional fields and combines, as well as a new specific field for quarterbacks.
Players who attend Rivals Camps receive instruction from top former NFL and college players and coaches and then compete in one-on-one drills. The players who participated in the Camp Rivals constitute a Who’s Who in the world of football.
Jalen Ramsey, Trevor Lawrence and Saquon Barkley, along with Heisman Trophy winners Lamar Jackson, Joe Burrow, DeVonta Smith and Bryce Young, participated in a field of Rivals, as well as 19 first-round picks of the 2021 NFL draft.
The fields and combinations are free for high school football players who graduate in 2023-26. The rallies will be held in each city on Saturdays. The elite camps are on Sundays. Registration is mandatory for all participants. Athletes can register for the closest combine starting today at www.rivalscampseries.com.
New this year is the Wilson QBX field on Saturday night, where quarterbacks will perform a series of drills using Wilson X Connected QB tracking technology. Each launch will collect data (rotation speed, spiral efficiency, speed and release time) useful for training and recruiting. There is a $ 30 charge for Wilson QBX courses. Each participant will receive a Wilson X compression shirt, launch data, Wilson ball discount card, and a combination of Rivals Fast Pass ($ 20). Places are limited.
The national series of regional fields and NFL-style combinations attracts the best high school football players in the country and aims to improve athletes’ skills, provide them with the verified stats needed for college recruitment, and increase their exposure to football coaches. college.
All events will follow federal, state and local COVID-19 guidelines to help ensure the health and safety of athletes and staff. These events are subject to changes, delays and / or cancellations depending on the recommended security measures for COVID-19.
Next College Student Athlete (NCSA) returns as the event’s recruiting partner and Reigning Champs Experiences (RCX) will manage the tour. Other Camp Partners: Gatorade (hydration), Wilson (soccer), HotelPlanner.com, VKTRY Performance Insoles, and Augusta Sportswear.
Who can participate in the Rivals Camp Series event?
Rival fields And Rival combinations are a number of regional camps and combines. The camps are geared towards current juniors, but sophomores and freshmen are allowed. The combinations are geared towards freshmen, sophomores and juniors. The best performers of a combine could earn an invitation to participate in the field the next day in the same city.
How much does it cost to participate in the Rivals Camp Series?
Rival fields And Rival combinations they’re free. Potential clients need to provide their own transportation to events. A limited $ 20 Fast Pass is available for each combine. The Fast Pass allows athletes to be the first to test the combine, avoiding any delays, and to access a fresh grass field for better support. The check-in time for Fast Pass athletes is from 8:00 to 09:00. NOTE: Fast Pass athletes can check in after 9:00 am and will be moved to the front of all waiting areas. The Fast Pass will not be available for purchase on site. There will be no refunds for Combine Fast Pass purchases.
How can a player register for a Rivals Camp?
Coaches or players wishing to nominate a player can do so at the following link: https://n.rivals.com/underclassman_form. In the coming months, if anything changes, new offers, significant updates, please update us with this information in a short email to email@example.com. Only players who receive an invitation from a Rivals analyst can join the courses. There will be no walk-ups to the fields. Some places for the field will be awarded to the best artists of the Rivals Combines.
How can a player register for Rivals Combine?
Players can sign up for a Combine by clicking on the sign up link in the program. Early registration is strongly encouraged. Walk-ups are likely to be able to participate after registered players complete the events.
What happens at a Rivals Camp?
The fields will be divided into two sessions: Linemen in the morning session, skill players in the afternoon session. The players have their photos taken and give interviews to the media. After a dynamic warm-up, players perform position specific exercises (QB, RB, WR / TE, OL, DL, LB and DB) with highly skilled and experienced coaches to individually work on football skills and techniques and then do one on one . The one-on-one is the highlight of the field, during which the WR will go against the DB, the RB will face the LB and the OL will fight the DL. The QBs will alternate the launch with WR and RB at different times. Only Rivals accredited media and publishers will be allowed on the pitch. Parents and high school coaches must view the pitch from the stands.
What happens to a Rivals Combine?
Players have the opportunity to record their times in all major football testing areas. Players will be timed in 40-Yard Dash, Shuttle Run (tests athlete’s lateral speed and explosion), 3-Cone Drill (tests athlete’s ability to change direction at high speed), Vertical Jump (measures l explosion and power of the lower body) and Broad Jump (tests the explosion and strength of the athlete’s lower body). All players who test a Rivals combine will receive a Rivals profile, so each player will have their photo and their height and weight measured.
What are the benefits for players attending a Rivals Camp?
Participating players will have the chance to gain national exposure from Rivals.com by competing against the best. Action videos and photos will be made, players will be rated by numerous Rivals.com analysts at each event, and athletes will learn more about what it takes to compete at the highest level and measure their current skills against others in the same position.
What are the benefits for players participating in a Rivals Combine?
In addition to receiving a Rivals profile, players who have recorded times from a reputable combination have an advantage when discussing scholarship opportunities with colleges. NCSA, the country’s leading recruiting service, will be on site to help explain the recruiting process to players and parents. In addition, some athletes of each combined will be invited to participate in the Field of rivals the next day in the same city.
What can players do if they don’t like to combine scores?
After the meld, players will have the ability to scratch any scores they don’t want the college audience and coaches to see. Combine participants have 48 hours to scratch any of their scores. After the 48-hour window, scores will be blocked and shared publicly. You can scratch your scores by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
What should players bring to the Camp?
The players participating in the Field of rivals you will need to bring a pair of cleats and mouthguards. Gatorade will provide hydration; players are encouraged to have a healthy breakfast on the morning of the pitch.
What should players bring to the Combine?
The players participating in the Rivals combine need to bring a pair of cleats. Track cleats are not allowed. Gatorade will provide hydration; players are encouraged to have a healthy breakfast on the morning of the pitch.
What happens at the Wilson QBX camp on a Saturday night?
Quarterbacks will perform a series of drills using Wilson X Connected QB tracking technology. Each launch will collect data (rotation speed, spiral efficiency, speed and release time) useful for training and recruiting. There is a $ 30 charge for Wilson QBX courses. Each participant will receive a Wilson X compression shirt, launch data, Wilson ball discount card, and a combination of Rivals Fast Pass ($ 20). Places are limited.
If a player has already been recruited, should they still join the camp?
Yes. A Field of rivals it’s a great way to grab the attention of schools across the country who will be reading articles and watching videos on Rivals.com. The camp is also a great way to get coached by some of the best, improve your technique and compete against the best players in your area.
What level of competition should the player expect on the pitch?
Players al Field of rivals they should expect to go up against the best in their region. Rivals.com is the largest and best recruiting website in the country, and the best prospects are always looking to improve their rankings and actions with college recruiters. Colleges are not allowed to participate in the camps, according to NCAA rules, so they see the action through the stories written by our analysts and the video shot by our videographers. The best of the best will attend these events.
Would poor performance on the field damage a player’s recruiting ability?
Poor performance a Field of rivals it won’t hurt your ability to get recruited, as our writing team focuses on the best artists at each event. However, we make no promises when it comes to our national rankings and we expect some players to increase their stock with our analysts, while others’ shares may decrease. However, the instruction a player receives at the field and the opportunity to gauge his current skill set against the best is what makes these fields invaluable. We have a saying in the business field – “you can’t sit better at home” – and we expect the best of the best to show that they belong to that selected company.
Could joining a camp or club potentially help recruit a player?
Yes. A good performance in a Field of rivals or post the best times to Rivals combine it can certainly help your ability to get recruited. We have seen colleges’ interest in potential clients who perform well in the Rivals fields and associations increase dramatically.
What time do the events start?
Saturday combines: Fast Pass check-in ($ 20) is from 8:00 to 9:00 Regular (free) registration is from 9:00 to 13:00
Sunday camps: Recording of the morning session (linemen) starts at 20:30 Recording of the afternoon session (QB, RB, DB, LB, receivers) starts at 11:15
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