HIGH SCHOOL COMBINE CLINIC
Every year the top college football players from around the country are invited to attend and workout in the NFL Combine. This allows all players to be measured, timed and evaluated in a professional unbiased manner and the information gathered on each player can be used by the NFL teams to identify the top players for the draft. The Kansas Shrine Bowl High School Combine and Clinic has been developed along the same lines to provide players with a valuable tool for their own use and for evaluation by colleges wishing to recruit players.
Results of the professional unbiased testing are posted to the KSB Web Site and e-mailed to college head football coaches in Kansas.
The clinic is brief but intense, and very educational and helpful in every football position.
Produced by Mark Simoneau, a former Kansas Shrine Bowl player, College Football Hall of Fame Inductee (Kansas State University) and ten year NFL veteran and his staff from Simoneau Sports Performance.
Kansas Shrine Bowl High School Combine & Clinic is open to current freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors.
The Combine/Clinic is held annually at the site, and on the same date [last Saturday in July], as the Kansas Shrine Bowl All-Star Football Game. Check-in is 8 a.m. with the testing starting at 9 a.m. and the clinic running to 1 p.m. The minimal fee is used to off-set expenses with proceeds benefiting Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Participants will be tested on the following;
40 Yd Dash
20 Yd Shuttle