Football combine kicks off this weekend

High school football players from throughout Arizona will have multiple opportunities to show why they are worthy of playing at the next level when the National Underclassmen Combine hits Phoenix this week and Scottsdale in mid-March.

“We’ve really had a ton of great players from Arizona including two kids that played in our first ever All World Gridiron Classic in DJ Hubbard and Jacob Arzouman,” says David Schuman, NUC CEO & President. “The state has a lot of talent and the prospects of seeing an athlete who could star in the NFL one day is always exciting.”

The Phoenix combine kicks off Saturday, Feb. 5 at Apache Junction High School and Scottsdale’s event is set for March 13. Registration information is available at

All participants will participate in the 40-yard dash, broad jump, bench press, vertical leap and shuttle run. In addition to official combine testing, athletes partake in individual skill period which includes drills, 1-on-1’s and 3-on-3’s along with other position-oriented competitions.

Following the combine’s completion, a special guest speaker will talk to the athletes about recruiting, education and making the right choices.

“We’ve had some great athletes from Arizona in the past including nationally rated Todd Peat and Brett Hundley among others, so I’m excited to see what this year’s field has to offer,” says Schuman. “Every season we see more and more great players from all across the nation. Arizona now represents an emerging football hotbed that will continue to grow. The truth is, you never know where the next great football player will come from and Arizona has proven that in the last few years.”

Statistics from every participant will be sent to colleges at all three levels and various recruiting bureaus such as, and will be on hand to scout athletes. Select top performers will have profiles created for them on along with a special write up on’s brand new recruiting network.

In addition, The NUC will host Special Teams camp combine which will give the best opportunity for kickers, punters and longsnappers to showcase their skills.
Top performers will be selected for the exclusive Ultimate 100 Camp, which features elite players in their region. The NUC’s event staff will also rank the best players by grade .

Athletes can sign up for the combine as well as preparation sessions and a recruiting seminar on Potential prospects can also call 1-888-NUC-MVP1 for more details. . All the information for registration and information is at

The National Underclassmen Combine is the most respected and longest running football combine and camp in the country. Since their inception in 2005, the NUC guided more than 50,000 athletes from all walks of life. 70 percent of the participants went on to play in college, with 20 percent earning D1 or D1AA scholarships. Notable alumni include standout rookie Joe Haden of the Cleveland Browns, Marcus Lattimore, Robert Woods, Tyrod Taylor, Mason Walters, Tajh Boyd, and Steve Beauharnis. The NUC also hosted their first ever All World Gridiron Classic game last December in Charleston, SC.
For more information, go to and
Contact – David Schuman, , 888-NUC-MVP-1


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