2013 Lake Michigan Football Combine

Calling all college football prospects from the classes of 2014, 2015, 2016! The 2013 Lake Michigan Football Combine will take place on Sunday, March 17, 2013, in Grand Rapids, MI. Join top competition from around the state and the Midwest for an afternoon of combine testing and evaluation.

NOTE: This event has been completed. To view the 2013 Lake Michigan Football Combine results, please click here.

ALL testing results will be made available to Division I, II, III & NAIA college coaches. The Lake Michigan Football Report has built strong relationships with college coaches in the MIAA, GLIAC, Missouri Valley, Ivy League, MAC, ACC, Big Ten, Big East, SEC, PAC-12, Big 12, and the University of Notre Dame!

See complete details and registration information below!

(Photo: Matthew Busch/MLive)

(Photo: Matthew Busch/MLive)

REGISTRATION

For your convenience, registration is available three different ways:

  1. [Recommended] Register online using your debit card, credit card, or PayPal account. Click the “Register Now!” button below to get started. Amount: $65 + $2.25 online convenience fee. Online registration closes at 11:59pm on Friday, March 15.
  2. Register via mail by this form and a check payable to Childress Sports Consulting to: 310 W. 6th Street, Suite #204, Royal Oak, MI 48067. Checks must be post-marked by March 8. Amount $65.
  3. Walk-up registration on-site via cash, check, or money order. Amount: $75

DATE

Sunday, March 17, 2013

LOCATION

Woodland Sports Plex

2100 28th St. SE, Grand Rapids, Mi, 49508

EVENT SCHEDULE

10:30 – 11:55 AM    Player Registration

12:00 – 12:15 PM    Dynamic Warm-Up

12:15 – 3:00 PM      Combine Testing (40-yard dash, pro agility shuttle, vertical jump, kneeling power ball toss & one-on-one position drills) on a rolling schedule

REGISTRATION FEE

$65.00 before March 17

WHAT TO BRING

Helmet, turf shoes or cleats, tennis shoes, water/sports drink, comfortable workout clothes, and Participant Waiver (if under 18 years of age)

CANCELLATION / REFUND POLICY

In order to receive a full refund, cancellations must be requested in writing (email or letter), and received no later than Friday, March 15th, 2013. No refunds will be awarded for cancellations received  after the above date or for no shows.

57 responses

  1. Are football players from Illinois allowed at this combine or is it just for Michigan high school players?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      The combine is open to IIIinois players as well.

  2. Will there be any contact at this combine? I have a son, who will be a senior this season, who’s recovering from labrum surgery, and will not be able to have contact at that time, but will be able to go through the items listed above.

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      There will be no contact at the combine. You can sign your son up for the combine with the link below.

  3. Where exactly will this be held in Grand Rapids?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Woodland Sportsplex.

  4. Will there be 1 on 1s at the combine ?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Yes.

  5. Will there be 1 on 1s at the combine ?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Yes!

  6. Are the Grand Rapids and Traverse City camps exactly the same?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      No they are not. Two different events.

  7. Are they gonna be doing the 225 bench press here?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      No – we will be doing the power ball toss instead.

  8. Rebecca Andrusiak | Reply

    My son also got a letter about registering for a combine put on by Rivals.com – it is in Wixom. Is there a difference in what goes on at these 2 events? Does it make a difference for him which one he chooses to go to? Thanks.

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Thanks for the message. We don’t run that event, so we can’t speak to what all they will be doing. We do think our Lake Michigan Football Report events are some of the best in the Midwest because they are well-run and we have real connections with college coaches throughout the country. Hope to see your son on March 17th.

  9. What do quarterbacks do for 1 on 1 positional drills

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Throw to the WR’s..

  10. What is a good throw for the medicine ball toss?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      It’s hard to say what “good” is, but upwards of 30 feet.

  11. What will the D lineman and linebackers and defensive backs be doing for one on ones?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      DL vs OL
      LB vs RB
      DB vs WR

  12. Should quarterbacks bring their own footballs?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      They can but we have footballs.

  13. What kind of football do you provide

  14. Regarding the power ball toss, what is the weight of the ball?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      It’s a 3kg ball (6.6 lbs)

  15. Will we be split up into our own grade groups?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Thanks for the question — groups will be by position, not grade.

  16. My son is a Freshmen, how “beneficial” is doing an event like this and should it be a yearly thing?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Very beneficial!

  17. Do you have to do one on one drills both offense and defensively if you plan on only playing one side of the ball?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      No — just the position you want to play.

  18. Do we have to bring a helmet? Also if we signed up online already are we going to need a parent/guardian present on March 17?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Players should bring a helmet for one-on-one drills. Helmets are not required for the combine testing drills. A parent/guardian does not need to present as long as they have signed the Participant Waiver. This will be sent to the email address provided by parents during the online registration. It is also available on this page under “What To Bring”.

  19. If you can’t get a helmet are you still allowed to participate in one on one drills?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      At this point, we are strongly encouraging all players to bring a helmet to ensure participation in all drills. While it is possible that some one-on-one drills may be acceptable for players without a helmet, we want to ensure safety first. You should be able to contact your high school coach or athletic director for assistance.

  20. Will their be lineman one on ones?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Yes, there will be one-on-ones for linemen.

  21. What will RB’s do in one-on-one drills?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Pass patterns against linebackers, etc.

  22. Will the 40 yard dash be on a field or on a track?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      On the field.

      1. Will all events be on the field?

      2. Senior Staff Writer

        Yes, all events will be on the field turf surface at Woodland SportsPlex.

  23. Who do tight ends go one on one with?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Linebackers

  24. The high school that my son attends are having their helmets reconditioned,therefore not available. Because of liability, other high schools will not allow you to use one from their team. My son is attending the combine as a DB and would like to participate in the one on one drills but in all likelihood will not have a helmet. See you on Sunday!

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      A few other players are in that same situation. We will adjust drills accordingly to maintain safety for all players. Thanks!

  25. Thinking of driving over from the south suburbs of Chicago. Are you guaranteed to be able to participate as a walk-up registration?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      We’ll get you in!

  26. I was planning on registering my son on Friday but I forgot, went on today to sign him up and it is closed. Restating the previous question – if we make the drive tomorrow will he be able to do the walk-up registration for the increased price?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Yes. We will have walk-up registration available for everyone who comes tomorrow.

  27. hello are parents allowed inside the facility to also watch the combine

    1. this is our first time really looking forward thanks for the opportunity

      1. Senior Staff Writer

        Thanks for being part of this year’s event! It’s going to be a lot of fun and very valuable for the student-athletes.

    2. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Yes, the event is open and free to all spectators.

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