As football's spring camp and combine season gets underway in the coming months, VirginiaPreps.com is proud to announce its partnership with The Best of the 757 camp and combine showcase series that not only features an event for football players but also several other camps for athletes from basketball, baseball and other sports.
Additionally, the camps and combine showcase is spreading its wings as we are also proud to announce that VirginiaPreps.com is partnering with the camp directors, Suzanne Culotta, John Cunningham and Tim Hummel to bring a series of "The Best of the 804" camps to the Richmond area.
On the docket for the coming year are the following events:
Hampton Roads (click here for specific event information)
Best of the 757 Football - May 2014
Best of the 757 Baseball - August 2014
Best of the 757 Basketball - October 2014
Best of the 757 Multi-Sports - June 2014
Richmond (click here for specific event information)
Best of the 804 Multi-Sports - June 2014
Best of the 804 Baseball - August 2014
"As the only site on the internet that covers the entire state of Virginia, we are proud to be the official media sponsor of these events," says VirginiaPreps.com football editor Rod Johnson. "It is such a natural fit for us. The Best of the 757 events have been a highlight on our calendars each year and it is even more exciting that the opportunities will be brought to Richmond, an area flooded with high school talent."
Attendees for past events include Troy Williams, Anthony Barber, Devon Hall, Division I basketball players are Indiana, N.C. State and Virginia, respectively, while the football camp has played host to nearly 50 Division I prospects over the years including Andrew Brown and Jalyn Holmes who will begin their college careers with Virginia and Ohio State, respectively, this fall.
"As always, corporate sponsorship is a big part in making events like these work and Bon Secours In Motion Physical Therapy and Sports Performance has become an invaluable partner for the series, so it is outstanding to have them involved again this year."