2015 Senior Exposure Camp presented by Lake Michigan Football Report

(Photo: Matthew Busch/MLive)

The Senior Exposure Camp returns to Grand Rapids on December 6th! (Photo: Matthew Busch/MLive)

Do you dream of playing college football? On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, the 2015 SENIOR EXPOSURE CAMP will provide an opportunity for football student-athletes to step closer to this dream. All seniors are invited to take the field one last time to showcase their football talent in front of college coaches from Division 2, Division 3, and NAIA schools. Players will compete in the 40-yard dash, position group drills and one-on-one drills to catch the attention of college scouts prior to the Football National Signing Day on February 3rd, 2016. The event will be covered by the Lake Michigan Football Report and other media outlets. Additionally, while NCAA rules prohibit Division I coaches from attending, all results & event write-ups will be sent to college coaches from ALL divisions — DI, DII, DIII & NAIA — from throughout the country.

After the on-field action concludes, players and college coaches will have an opportunity to meet face-to-face at a post-event reception. This is an excellent opportunity for players to get to know the coaches and provide them with their highlight film.

College coaches from the following programs have attended our Senior Exposure Camp in the past: Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, Hillsdale College, Northern Michigan University, Northwood University, Saginaw Valley State University, Wayne State University, Alma College, Adrian College, Hope College, Albion College, Ohio Northern University, Olivet College, Trine University, Siena Heights University, Concordia University, and more! We expect an even greater turnout this year due to last year’s major success!

REGISTRATION

Online registration is now closed / $85 walk-up registration on December 5th

DATE/TIME
Saturday, December 5, 2015

4:00PM – 6:00PM

LOCATION
MVP Sports Spot
3701 32nd Street SE
Kentwood, MI 49512

EVENT SCHEDULE
3:15PM – 3:55PM Player Check-in & Registration
4:00 – 5:15PM Dynamic Warm-Up, 40-Yard Dash, Position-Specific Drills, & One-on-Ones
5:15 – 6:00PM College Coaches & Players Meet & Greet

WHAT TO BRING
Waiver (print & sign), helmet (no pads), mouth-guard, cleats, tennis shoes, water/sports drink, comfortable workout clothes, highlight DVD and/or athletic resume

CANCELLATION / REFUND POLICY
We understand that schedule conflicts or unforeseen injuries may sometimes prevent players from attending our events after they have registered. Refunds will not be available. However, in the event that you cannot attend, you can request that you your payment be applied to a future event should. Please email us at LakeMichiganFootballReport@gmail.com should you wish to take advantage of this fee transfer policy.

NOTE: Events will not be cancelled due to weather conditions; outdoor events happen rain or shine (subject to lightning delays if applicable).

4 responses

  1. When it says no cleats, does that mean every type of cleats?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Sorry for the misprint. Cleats are permitted. Every type of football cleat can be worn.

  2. I thought to have email one of the Lake Michigan Football staff members, asking whether or not the camp is for class of 2016 and/or the class of 2017. If it is only for the class of 2016, when will any other camps or combines be coming up?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      The camp this Saturday is our Senior Exposure Camp for the Class of 2016. Our underclassman camp will be in March 2016 and open to Class of 2017, 2018, and 2019.

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