Offense-Defense Camp, I went to the one in Stony Brook&Hofstra I believe in 1992,and 1991.had Coach Cipp & Staff both times, learned a lot. The end of the camp scrimmage was great. I lived in the SB & Hoftra dorm for the week, the food was great.Molinet Knows,
You and a few others in this forum seem to put a lot of energy in combine results. The one LI athlete I am currently following is Vallone from St A's. Back in the 80's when I played high school football if you wanted to get noticed by colleges you would go to a weeklong football camp. For example Offense-Defense Camp. This was a sleep away camp held on the campus of Fairfield University in Conn. At camp college and high school coaches in full equipment for a full week evaluated you. During the week you would be coached by a different group of coaches as well as Pro players every day. I remember being coached by Ed "too tall" Jones and John Hannah. It was a great experience. At the end of the week you would be broken down into teams based on ability. They used Oklahoma's or as some call them Nut Cracker drills to decide what team you would be placed on. On the last day you played in a scrimmage and were given a written evaluation. It seems based on posts in this forum Combines are more popular then camps. Your thoughts?
Thanks for bringing it up it was a great experience for me.