Travel to free Nike Combine in Massilon, Ohio on February 15

Posted Jan 27th, 2014 by Michael Robinson  Category: Sports



Local Organization Saving North West Ohio Athletes Over $100

4th and Goal Training is taking local athletes to the Nike Football Combine in Massillon, OH. This combine is FREE and will showcase over 2,000 athletes competing for exposure in front of Nike scouts and coaches. Nike showcase combines are in only 7 states a year and the one in Massillon has helped dreaming athletes achieve their goals by testing at high levels.

“Traditional, on the top athletes could afford to travel for over 3 hours and spend up to $150.00 for a round trip. We just want families to save money and athletes to get exposure.”- Mike Robinson

Last May, we took our first bus trip to the Nike Combine in Chicago. Forty local high school athletes, Parents and coaches traveled with 4th and goal on a charter bus to the camp. This eventually led Nate Childress (Rossford High School) to a full scholarship offer from the University of Akron, and also an invite to the Army All- American Combine (invite only) in San Antonio, Texas. Last year about 60 athletes from the area attend this combine in Massillon, but with some help from Lake Front Charter services we have access to 3-5 charter buses to take student athletes and families. All it takes is one opportunity for our local athletes to get noticed. Most importantly, this will give access to a level playing field at an extremely affordable cost.

The cost per seat is $40.00, that’s it! We will depart from Home Depot on Secor Rd at 6:00am and return at 4:00pm. You can register for the camp and reserve a seat at our website www.fourthandgoaltraining.com.

If you would like more information about this trip, please contact Coach Michael Robinson at 888.891.9444 or email at 4thandgoaltraining@gmail.com.

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