HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Some of the nation's top college football coaches will gather on Oahu this June for the annual Gridiron Performance Academy "Maximum Exposure" high school football camp.
The three day camp affords high school football players an opportunity to learn from, and potentially impress, coaches from all levels of college football. Organizers say the camp's 2015 iteration drew 83 coaches from college football programs across the country.
Coaches from Hawaii, Oregon, Nebraska, Oregon State, Washington, Colorado and Arizona have already committed to attending this year's event, set for June 10-12, 2016.
NCAA regulations mandate scholarships not be offered to athletes during the camp, but many former high school football players, including Kaiser lineman Michael Eletise, credit the camp with helping accelerate the recruiting process.
For more information on the camp, or to register, visit http://www.gpafootball.com/.