The Michigan State Youth Soccer Association is pleased to announce a partnership with Premier College Combine, a premier company that will blend education and athletics together to help players plan and prepare for the right collegiate program. Premier College Combines offers talented high school aged athletes opportunities to play in front of college coaches for recruitment purposes. Premier College Combines has a large following around the Midwest, East Coast and Canada and will host over 25 combines in the winter, spring and summer. These events will be located in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Ontario, Canada.
How does it work?
Premier College Combine uses a smaller venue and only 2-4 fields at one time so that College Coaches can watch every player and will not miss anyone during the Combine whereas at a large tournament showcase there is always a possibility that a coach may miss a game because he/she is at another location watching another player. With Premier College Combines, the coaches never have to leave to watch another game.
What do I do after I register for a Premier College Combine?
Once a player is entered into the Premier College Combine, the player should then contact coaches of potential schools they are interested in and prearrange with the coaches to be seen at Premier College Combine events. For more information, please visit www.collegecombine.com.
Premier College Combine strives to provide the best service to all participants. By participating with the Premier College Combine, participants will have an opportunity to be seen by college coaches during the winter with limited travel. This will allow you to save on travel, hotels, meals and more all while placing you in front of a great selection of college coaches. If you are interested in registering for any Combine events, please visit www.collegecombine.com for a list of upcoming dates and locations.
Additional Combines Coming Soon!
About Premier College Combine
The Premier College Combines were started in 2004 to help high school aged players get recruited to college programs throughout the winter months without having to travel great distances. Premier College Combines also understood that many college programs had limited travel budgets for recruiting. Because of this, Premier College Combines allows players to play in front of college coaches who are within a short distance from home. To date, Premier College Combines has events in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Illinois, and Michigan so players can travel to areas in the winter months and be seen by coaches who wouldn’t otherwise see them play.