|Open to 7th grade thru 12th grade|
Date: SATURDAY, March 21 2021
Time: 2PM – 7 PM (CHECK-IN 1 PM)
Location: Neosho Jr High
14646 Kodiak Rd
4 States Sports 2% Combines are the Premier Volleyball Underclassman Combine in the region. If you’re serious about taking your game to the next level, playing college volleyball and getting early exposure to colleges and recruiters, then attend the 4 States Sports 2% Combine, where those who want to be the best go up against the best.
A volleyball combine is an event where prep volleyball players showcase their skills, talent, and volleyball IQ to a captive audience of collegiate volleyball coaches in an effort to get recruited. Players are showcased right here in Neosho before top volleyball coaches from across the country. Players have an equal opportunity to show their skills to these coaches.
Players of varying skill levels get recruited each year as coaches from Division I, II, III, NAIA, and JUCO schools attend to recruit our players.
As an added bonus there will be a remote session for parents that will explain the recruiting process and help with registration questions regarding the Clearinghouse for NCAA.
ELIGIBILITY: The 4 States Sports 2% Combine Series is open to ALL athletes in ALL states that are serious about playing volleyball at the next level as well as gauging their athletic-volleyball skills.
Registration Grades Are for Upcoming 2020-2021 Academic School Year:
- Upcoming Seniors – Class of 2021
- Upcoming Juniors – Class of 2022
- Upcoming Sophomores – Class of 2023
- Upcoming Freshman – Class of 2024
COST for COMBINE: $200.00 per athlete – Cost includes, Combine Event, Player Profile, including video of each test and drill, and Performance T-Shirt as well as an informative recruiting session for athletes and parents.
Please be sure and sign up in the athlete’s name,
not the parent or guardian.
Members Discounts apply.
What Do We Have To Offer?
Please check in to the High School Sports Participation Rules in regards to athletic participation in your state. It is up to you to know and abide by these rules set by the state where your athlete is in school. Make sure that the laws/bylaws as to the time period when each athlete can/cannot participate in camps and combines of any particular sport is within the time of the camp or combine that you are signing up for.