The Cal State Game Selection Tour Skills and Drills Camp will be at Diamond Bar High School on Sunday (May 22) at 1 p.m. The camp is four hours of Quicktwitch training, position specific drills, 1-on-1s, and 7-on-7 competition. Camp coaches will include ex-NFL players, current NFL players, former college coaches, and current JUCO and high school coaches.
Prospects will be placed through several football oriented drills that will help the combine staff assess their football knowledge, skill level, and physical ability. Combine instructors will rate each prospect after the drill session is completed. At the conclusion of the combine, the committee will evaluate each prospect's position skill results to determine their final rating.
Some of the Golden State's top prospects have already committed to play in the Cal State Game that will be played Dec. 23, 2011 at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis, California. The event consists of the Five-Star Game, Rising Stars Game, and the Underclassmen Showcase Camp, which coincides with the practices leading up to the game. Over 160 roster spots remain for the games as well as over 180 spots need to be filled for the Underclassmen Showcase.
The Cal State Game Selection Tour gives prospects optimum exposure to be selected to play in the all-star game.
The tour will conduct more camps throughout the Golden State culminating with the invite only Five-Star Camp in Ventura, California on July 22 and 23. The goal of the Five-Star Camp is to assess the top senior talent that will play in either of the all-star games and which freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will compete in the Underclassmen Showcase.
Walk-ups are available for Sunday's camp, but early registration is recommended, click HERE to register for the combine. For more information on the Cal State High School Game, Cal State Youth Game, and the Selection Tour Camps please visit .