2017 Shrine Bowl Combines Schedule Released

The schedule for the 2017 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Combines have been released.  The purpose of the Shrine Bowl Combines is to provide an opportunity for rising high school senior football players to demonstrate the skills needed for athletic scholarships and possible Shrine Bowl selection.

The cost is $20 to attend for players, high school coaches and spectators will be allowed to attend at no charge.  There will be no checks or credit cards accepted.

Participants will be able and are encouraged to pre-register online at Shrine-Bowl.com for the combine after March 1st, however all fees will be collected on-site.  

Important Information:

1. Some events may change according to equipment available.

2. Rising seniors should bring videos for the Shrine Bowl Coaching Staff to evaluate. 

3. Each player will receive a T-shirt and unmatched exposure.

4. Each position player will work with Shrine Bowl coaches at his position and go through a series of football related drills.

5. Please be on time: We are going to be on a tight schedule.

To be measured:

1. Height

2. Weight


To be tested:

1. Broad Jump

2. 40-Yard Dash

3. Pro Agility Shuttle

4. Bench Press Rep. (All position players will rep 185 lbs as many times as they can.)


To be evaluated:

Each position player will work with Shrine Bowl coaches at his position and go through a series of football related drills.

 

Times:

  9:30 am     Registration for kickers, punters, and long snappers

10:00 am     Registration for position players

10:00 am     Kickers, punters and long snappers start time

11:00 am     Position players start time

Combine Dates:

 North Carolina

March 25:  Kinston HS

April 8:  Clayton HS

April 22:  Eastern Alamance HS

May 6:  Olympic HS

May 27:  A.C. Reynolds HS

 

South Carolina

April 8:  Spartanburg HS

May 20:  Wando HS

June 3:  River Bluff HS

About Chris Hughes

Chris Hughes is the senior football analyst and founder of CarolinaPreps.com. A life-long student of the game, he brings a unique perspective of the game from multiple angles, including that of a former coach. His work has been featured both locally and nationally, including FNF Magazine, Scout.com, and ESPN U.