NATION’S LARGEST COLLEGE FOOTBALL RECRUITING SHOWCASE BRINGS ULTIMATE 100 CAMPS TO TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA JUNE 21st – 22nd!
Schuman National Underclassmen Combines U100 Camps to Showcase Nation’s Top High School Football Talent From Southwest and West Regions
New York, NY -- Dave Schuman, founder of the Schuman’s National Underclassmen Combines (www.nucsports.com), announced today that the Nation’s Southwestern Region Ultimate 100 camp will be held at Duncanville High School in Duncanville, TX, and the West Region Ultimate 100 camp will be held at Huntington Beach High School in Huntington Beach, CA. Combines run from 9am to 5pm. Media is invited to come out and film, interview, and watch the best high school players in the nation and speak with Dave Schuman.
The Ultimate 100 is an invitation only camp where the top performers from the underclassmen combines are invited back to compete against other top regional athletes. Created in 2006 as a reward for the top athletes at the underclassmen combines, the Ultimate 100 Camp allows top regional performers from all across the country the opportunity to showcase their talents and skills against other top high school football players while being coach by great veteran coaching staff, including former collegiate stars and former NFL players. 50% of the athletes that have come through this event have gone on to D-1 or D-1aa. The top athletes from this Ultimate 100 Camp will be invited back to the Ultimate 100 Top Prospect Evaluation & America Top Prospect camp.
In addition to all activities Coach Schuman, along with notable guest speakers, provides athletes and parents valuable knowledge about the recruiting process and how to be effective both on and off the field. Potential topics include the truths and myths regarding the recruiting process, evaluations, star ratings, and the importance of maintaining a competitive GPA. The Ultimate 100 Camps provide athletes an opportunity to shine and showcase their talents to countless recruiters so the athletes can leverage their athletic abilities to earn a college scholarship, opening the door to a bright future.
"At the NUC, our goal has been to help high school football athletes gain early exposure to colleges to showcase their skills,” stated NUC founder Dave Schuman. We want to be the place where every college looks to find players, whether they are from New Mexico, New York City, Portland, Oregon or Miami, Florida.” Schuman's has trained, coached and worked with more than 85,000 athletes nationwide and is widely recognized as the authority on speed, football and athletic development.
Known as America’s Football Combine Guru, David Schuman (@nucfootball) is widely regarded as the top evaluator of football players in the USA. With over 6,000 D-1 athletes that have been a part of the program, over 350 All Americans, and over 50,000 athletes that have gone on to play collegiate football, the NUC has helped more athletes than any other program in the world. Coach Schuman has also been the head football coach of Palisades Park, Leonia, Saddle Brook and coordinators on State Championship River Dell and Saddle Brook's State Playoff teams. He has also been an assistant on Saddle Brook's 5 state championship teams and personally coached 7 state champions in the sprints and jumps.
About National Underclassmen Combines The National Underclassmen Combines (nucsports.com) have become the largest combine tour system in the world for football with over 120 events including over 100 7v7 tournaments, over 100 combines and showcases, 10 Five Star Elite Showcases, 5 U100 Camp, The NUC Top Prospect Camp and 5 all star games including the NUC All American Game, Texas vs the World, All West Game, NY vs NJ game, and the All South Game. Over 7,000 D-1 Athletes have gone through the program including over 350 All Americans, and over 30,000 athletes going on to play collegiate football. Additionally, NUC was well represented in the recent NFL draft with over 50 alumni selections, including Blake Bortles (#3), Anthony Barr (#9), Eric Ebron (#10) and Johnny Manziel (#22).