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Gridiron Classics "OFF-seaon" Elite Classics Invitational is rising to be the most competitive 1-day event in the Midwest. Since its inception, OFF-season Powerd By Exposure U
Compete against the very best and the most talented players Gridiron Classics "OFF-seaon" Elite Edition
This event will be broadcasted LIVE and streamed online via ExposureUsports Network
4 Playing Fields (Turf/Grass)
2 Certified IHSAA Referees per game\ 3 Officials In Championship Game
1 Certified Director of Officials
1 Field Manager per game
Gym/Locker Room/Cafeteria Accessibility in case of Severe Weather
Certified Athletic Trainers
Uniformed Officers On-site
A pool play schedule will be determined after the registration deadline passes, and will be distributed to the coaches/team managers upon completion via Tourney Machine.
15u Junior High 12u
Checkin 8:00am Pool Play 10:00am
Checkin 8:00 Pool Play 10:00am
3 GAMES GUARANTEED
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It doesn’t just happen to you. The recruiting process is a complex, winding journey that is directed largely by the student-athlete. The more you know about the recruiting process—and the more effort you put into getting the results you want—the better chance you have to fulfill your dream of competing at the college level. The good news is that many have gone through this complicated process before you, and there are many resources available to make it less overwhelming.
Exclusive Interview we ask Julius Ali-Tims a couple of question
So you can get to know him on/off the field.
Every serious high school athlete has a similar dream for the next step of their athletic lives—to get recruited and play their sport of choice in college. If things go especially well, they'll even earn some kind of scholarship.
But sometimes it's not this simple.
Whether it was a lack of exposure, a badly timed injury, or a combination of countless potential factors, the student-athlete isn't getting recruited in the way they were hoping. The best-case scenario doesn't always happen—even if everything possible is done to set up the student-athlete for future success. So if this happens, what options are available for a soon-to-be college student to keep the sport they love in their lives for another four years?