Red Zone Prospects (link for site) has become known as one of the best sources to receive national exposure, given the fact coaches often find college-ready recruits based on efforts in front of the Blue-Grey Football staff at the nationwide All-American Combines.
In terms of the process, a student-athlete must first attend a workout. Individuals who take advantage of their opportunities at the All-American Regional Combine qualify for a profile on Red Zone Prospects. Thus, their chances of securing a scholarship incease.
The country’s premier prospects, for whatever reason, that did not attend a recent All-American Regional Combine can still be nominated for consideration to Red Zone Prospects (link for site) and the All-American Super Regional Combine that accordinly follows.
Next step is the registration process. Upon final completion, information on Red Zone Prospects includes combine statistics, photos and HUDL video (or other appropriate links). From there, sky’s the limit. Doors start to open with regularity, both on and off the field.
Once a member, that particular player is in some select company considering only 35 percent of the country’s All-American Regional Combine participants receive the nod to join Red Zone Prospects, which is widely recognized as the best of Blue-Grey Football.
More to the point, with all of the recruit’s particulars in one convenient place, scouts from the NCAA Division I, II III ranks, also NAIA and Junior College, are capable of immediately contacting players based on the thorough details that’ve been provided to them.
In terms of the qualifying for Red Zone Prospects, the Blue-Grey Football Selection Committee helps to review results from All-American Regional Combines and also considers other factors (transcripts, game film, high school and college coach recommendations, etc.).
When talking about the Blue-Grey Football Selection Committee, the powers that be include multiple NFL veterans such as Mark McMillian, Arlen Harris, George Teague, Randall Cunningham, Mike Alstott, Troy Brown and Brian Dawkins, to name a few of the many.
In the meantime, behind the scenes, Red Zone Prospects are better positioned for an invite to the series of All-American Super Regional Combines. With five workouts lined up, those events are held at venues all over the country, including at the homes of NFL teams.
Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton (OH) is one of the planned stops on an annual basis. Bon Secours’ Washington Redskins Training Facility in Richmond (VA) is another routine visit. Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington (TX) is again among the destinations.
Before going any further, perhaps it’s best to acknowledge a common goal for the several of the nation’s top student-athletes and that’s to participate in the All-American Bowls before their days are done on the prep circuit. It’s a crowning achievement before college.
The action is nationally broadcast, and as contract talks remain in the works with ESPN, the games are held at the familiar AT&T Stadium, Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium, Jacksonville Jaguars’ EverBank Field and Oakland Raiders’ Coliseum.
So, there you have it. The route to navigate the All-American Combines (Regional and Super Regional levels). Also, the path could lead some toward status as an All-American Bowl candidate. The journey, of course, begins with Red Zone Prospects (link for site).