Football: California Showcase is set for Feb. 11; players get to show off to college recruiters
The California Showcase that brings together college coaches from Division II, Division III and NAIA football programs from around the country to try to spot high school football seniors will be held on Feb. 11 at the Orange County Great Park.
It’s free for high school seniors to attend. In the first four years, 497 students have received more than $13 million in financial aid, according to California Showcase organizers.
The event is sponsored by former UCLA Coach Terry Donahue and the National Football Foundation.
To participate, you must meet one of the following qualifications: have a 2.5 GPA or higher; have an SAT score of 860 or higher; have an ACT score of 18 or higher.
Here’s the link to register for the event.
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