2013 Lake Michigan Football Exposure Camp

Under the lights at Thirlby Field on May 10th!

Do you dream of playing college football? On May 10th, the Lake Michigan Football Exposure Camp will provide an opportunity for football student-athletes to step closer to this dream.  Student-athletes in the Classes of 2014, 2015, and 2016 are invited to take the field and 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, Bench Press, and Pro Agility Shuttle before moving on to One-on-Ones and Position Drills.

UPDATE: THE RESULTS ARE IN! Click HERE to view complete results from the 2013 Lake Michigan Football Exposure Camp.

College coaches from the following programs have attended previous Lake Michigan Football Report events (helmet images appear courtesy of The Helmet Project):

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REGISTRATION

This event is now over. Please visit LakeMichiganFootballReport.com for all up-to-date event listings. Thank you!

DATE

Friday, May 10th, 2013 / Registration opens at 5:00pm

LOCATION

Thirlby Field (400 W 13th St, Traverse City, MI 49684)

EVENT SCHEDULE

Registration begins at 5:00PM. Players will take the field at 6:00PM.

5:00 – 5:55 PM    Player Registration

6:00 – 7:00 PM   Dynamic Warm-Up, Bench Press, 40-yard Dash, Pro Agility Shuttle

7:00 – 7:20 PM    Position Drills

7:20 – 7:50 PM    One-on-Ones

7:50 – 8:00 PM    Camp Wrap-Up

WHAT TO BRING

Participant waiver (signed by parent/guardian if player is under 18), helmet (no pads), football cleats, water/sports drink, and comfortable workout clothes

CANCELLATION / REFUND POLICY

In order to receive a full refund, cancellations must be requested in writing (email or letter), and received no later than Wednesday, May 8th, 2013. No refunds will be awarded for cancellations received  after the above date or for no shows.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What happens to my results? After the combine, results will be posted online and emailed to participants. Results will also be emailed to our list of college coaching contacts from Division I, II, III and NAIA schools. By registering in this event, you authorize the Lake Michigan Football Report to send your information to college coaches and post the information online. Any public postings of the results will keep contact information and academic information confidential.

When will results be posted online? All results are reviewed by our staff after the event, so please allow up to one week post-event for all results to be posted online and emailed to participants.

Are parents allowed to watch the event? Yes. The event is open to all spectators and parents are welcome to attend.

When is the next Lake Michigan Football Report exposure event? We are almost ready to announce our summer event schedule. Please check back soon!

14 responses

  1. What is the bench press weight required?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      We have two weights – 185lbs and 225lbs. Players are not required to do any testing, so we ask that only players who can safely lift those weights participate in this test. They will not be penalized for not completing the test.

  2. hello thanks for the opportunity for our son, are parents allowed into the facility to watch players. Thanks again

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Yes

  3. Will you please briefly describe how the bench press portion will work?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      There will be two bench press stations set up. One will be 185 lbs, the other will be 225 lbs. Players will get to choose which station to use. They’ll do as many continuous reps as possible during their attempt. This station, like all stations, is not required. Players who cannot lift at least 185 lbs. for any reason will not test at this station.

  4. I would love to come up to this combine, but with the rainouts and cold, the baseball schedules are a disaster. I don’t want to register in case I have a make up game that night. If I don’t have a game, can I be assured of a spot for Walk-up registration? It would be quite a trip up there, so I don’t want to waste my time/money.

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Thanks for the message. We will not turn away our walk-up participants. Hope you can make it!

  5. Do you need to bring a helmet?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      Yes, players will need a helmet to compete in all one-on-one and position-specific drills. Please see the section above on this page entitled “What to Bring” to ensure you’re ready to fully participate.

  6. If it is raining or storming will the combine be moved to another location?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      The rain is scheduled to pass this afternoon. We’ll be all-clear for the combine at Thirlby Field tonight! See ya there!

      Sent from my iPhone

  7. Daren Christie | Reply

    When can we expect the one on one specific drills to be posted?

    1. Senior Staff Writer | Reply

      they’re posted now, more coming on Friday.

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