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January 11, 2012To register for this event CLICK HERE.
Mdhigh.rivals.com is announcing their annual Showcase camp. The MDHIGH FIVE-STAR Showcase presented by Next Level Nation will be held on Saturday, February 11, at the Landover Soccer Dome (an indoor facility), which is located at:
8400 Ardwick Ardmore Rd.
Hyattsville, Md., 20785
Check-in on February 11 is at 8:00am.
All positions -- skill and linemen -- are welcome, as well as prospects from outside of the Maryland-D.C. area. The event is also open to all classes from 2013 to 2015).
Rivals.com gives the best coverage of high school football in the nation. The sites within the network (including MdHigh) are viewed daily by countless college coaches, recruiting coordinators and more than eight-million people on National Signing Day.
Rivals also lists and ranks all of the top prospects in the country, and attending Rivals events is one of the best ways to expose yourself to their analysts.
Rivals.com is also associated with the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and their scouts are always on the lookout for top prospects to attend the event.
Spots are limited, so to ensure your place in the 2012 MDHIGH FIVE STAR Showcase presented by Next Level Nation please register at the top of this page today.
This year's event promises to be as exclusive as the last couple of years, which featured star-studded prospects such as:
Under Armour All-Americans Cyrus Kouandjio (Alabama), Eddie Goldman, Ronald Darby, Wes Brown, Cyrus Jones, and [/db]Mike Madaras[/db]; U.S. Army All-Americans Blake Countess (Michigan) and Stefon Diggs; and numerous Division-I prospects.
Other high-profile recruits who attended past events include Ohio State linebacker
Conner Crowell, Michigan State linebacker Darien Harris, Virginia defensive end Vincent Croce, Virginia offensive lineman Kelby Johnson, Maryland
defensive back Jeremiah Hendy, Penn State defensive back Adrian Amos, Iowa defensive lineman Darian Cooper, Buffalo defensive lineman
Kendall Patterson, Maryland defensive back Zach Dancel, Navy running back Quentin Ezell, Towson quarterback Connor Frazier, Virginia
defensive back Brandon Phelps, Virginia defensive end Marco Jones, Navy running back Demond Brown, and Navy defensive end Sean Reaver.
Elite class of 2012 prospects such as Deontay McManus, Ryan Watson, Ian Thomas, Marchez Coates, Donovan Riley, Josh McPhearson, Jordan Floyd, Trevor Williams, Shawn Petty, Brandon Banks, Connor Bozick, Colton Kmetz, Joe Riddle and Tavon Young also participated.
Who is invited? All high school underclassmen who want exposure (all-star game invites, potential scholarship offers), want to compete against the best and who want to learn basic fundamentals and technique that will help them throughout their high school and college careers.
Top high school coaches, trainers, and former NFL players will assist in running the event. Keynote speakers will be on hand to help educate the parents and prospects on current NCAA Clearinghouse legislation as well as offer great tips on the recruiting process. The event is a must for any prospect from the area who is serious about playing college football at the next level.
This year's Showcase will be led by Perfect Performance Football Academy, which is owned by former Washington Redskin Leonard Stephens. He has a staff of former NFL players as well as former college coaches.
Other former NFL players such as Lamont Jordan - he played at the University of Maryland and with Oakland Raiders -- and Tommy Polley - he played at Florida State and for the St. Louis Rams and Baltimore Ravens - will on hand.
Calvert Hall's head coach Donald Davis will be assisting, too, as well as other renowned high school coaches from throughout the area.
Troy Jones of TZ Sports training academy will be performing the dynamic warm-up.
MdHigh.rivals.com will provide exclusive coverage of the event. A Top-10 list of each position will be released after the event and posted on Mdhigh.rivals.com.
All attendees will receive a camp-compression shirt, but you must bring your own shorts.
The event is considered an "instructional camp." Our staff of coaches and professional trainers will assist in giving all campers coaching tips throughout the event.
Dynamic warm-up, position-specific drills, and one-on-ones will be conducted.
The facility's surface is pro turf. Molded cleats are allowed and recommended.
No walk-ins will be permitted in order to assure adequate space and so the correct number of camp-compression shirts will be available.
Everyone must PRE-REGISTER for the event.
For more information contact Wayne Yarborough at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-524-8390; or Cory Robinson at 410-858-8611.