Registration is full for Saturday, May 7!
We look forward to a great event this Saturday at the 810 Varsity College Recruiting Combine!
Children's Mercy Sports Performance Center
1801 North 98th Street
Kansas City, KS 66111
Everyone will need to check in through the main doors of the Children's Mercy Sports Performance Center, where they will receive a shirt, their scorecard for times and measurables, and take height and weight. Feel free to stroll around and check out the venue too.
Please attempt to arrive no later than 8:30 am so we can complete everyone checking in.
The combine will last from 9a to 11 or 11:30 am.
Please print and bring this waiver (below), as Children's Mercy asked for this to be signed, we can collect them at shirt check-in.
What to Bring, Wear
Players can wear shorts and turf cleats. Hydration will be provided as well as a complimentary water bottle, but will be encouraged to still bring a water/Gatorade if desired.
If any questions, feel free to contact me anytime,
Saturday, May 7
Children’s Mercy Sports Medicine Center at Village West (Kansas City, KS)
Session: 9-11:30 am
College coaches from NCAA Division II, NAIA and junior colleges will be in attendance!
Results also will be sent to nearly 850 colleges and 3,000 college coaches !!
Laser timed results: TopSpeed will conduct the laser timing results. TopSpeed, overseen by Joseph Potts, has been Kansas City's top training option for skill players since 2012. Laser timing will be offer the most accurate times at any combines in the region.
"With Joseph Potts and TopSpeed back again, 810 Varsity College Football Scouting Combines is partnering with one of the top performance coaches in the country," said 810 Varsity's Chad Rader. Potts has trained athletes in the NFL, MLB, NBA, MLS, the Olympic Games and many college athletes.
The linemen drills will be overseen by Chris Gomez and Michael Rose-Ivey, who starred at Rockhurst and played at Nebraska. The two started the popular King of the Pit series for linemen, starting in fall of 2020.
"These two add to what will be a fantastic staff of college stars, area high school coaches and others who will put on a great event to help kids perform at a top level in front of college coaches," Rader said.