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Phase 1 Sports help high school athletes earn scholarships
Published on Wed, Mar 26, 2014 (7:54 p.m.)FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Mike Waters (702) 641-0011
PHASE 1 SPORTS FOOTBALL SKILLS CAMP AND COMBINE
Phase 1 Sports of Las Vegas Nevada are thrilled to host the football skills camp and combine April 5-6.
All athletes grades 6-11 are invited to attend this event. See alumni NFL athletes as well as some who have gone on to play division in college football. Come show support for some of Las Vegas top football athletes.
A special highlight will be Phase 1 foundation, Phase 1 Staff, FCA (fellowship of Christian Athletes) and Muscle Pharm, featuring a welcome/introduction seminar. Seminar topics include: recruiting education and training, spiritual and mental training, nutrition and supplements.
The skills event features four interactive zones where ALL athletes will participate in authentic, football experiences.Football skills camp and combine will be conducted in two days.
Day one will be held on Saturday April 5, 2014. Athletes grades 9-11 and parents at 1-3pm, located at Phase 1 Sports 5137 Oquendo Rd. Las Vegas NV 89118.
Day two will be held on Sunday April 6, 2014. Athletes grades 6-8 check-in 10am, grades 9-11 check-in 12pm and athletes grades 6-11/parents. Event is located at Henderson International, 1165 Sandy Ridge Ave. Henderson, NV 89052.
Following the event individual awards will be given to top athletes in each category and a phase 1 football skills camp and combine MVP will be named.
For High School athletes phase 1 sports skills camp and combine
is the best way to start the recruiting process. Each athlete will receive a complete online profile at www.phase1sports.com prep pages.
For more info about the football skills camp and combine call 702.641.0011. To register visit our website at: www.phase1sports.com
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