HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
Nearly 60 coaches from across the country attended last month's 'Maximum Exposure' camp at Mililani High School.
A handful of players managed to get scholarships from the event and this weekend, there'll be a clinic that gives players a crash course on what scouts look at.
Saint Louis School will be the site of the two-day 'Maximum Experience' combine.
No scouts will be at this one, but instead, it is a hands-on clinic that will test players in individual speed, quickness, and strength drills.
It's open to players in grades 1 through 8 and organizer Rich Miano says participants will see a blueprint on how football combines are like at any level.
"You will get the experience as a youngster to find out how fast your 40 yard dash is, how much your vertical jump is, your pro agility shuttle," Miano said. "All those mesurables now that you need to know as you become a high school football player or a college football player, professional football player, we're gonna give you that experience."
The camps runs on Saturday and Sunday.
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