A chance for kids of all ages to compete, test, and improve their skills like the professionals in a fun and positive environment!
AZYFC football training camps include: speed & agility training, professional combine testing, position-based coaching from NFL Alumni, and individual player profiles & highlight reels, all wrapped up in an unforgettable one-day football experience! This is why players from all over the state are traveling to compete in Arizona’s biggest youth combine competition.
The AZ Youth Football Combine gives kids of all ages and skill levels a chance to compete in a variety of traditional football combine events.
The day of the event, participants will be given a number and met by licensed physical therapists and trainers on-site to be properly stretched and prepared for the event. As your child competes in the combine events, professionals will be on hand to record both footage and log the times of each participant. Following the event, a highlight reel of each child will be created and accessible to parents after time for proper editing has elapsed. During the event, trainers will teach proper technique to the participants and offer advice on how to increase speed and agility moving forward. Our youth combine will allow kids to see where they rank in their age group in a fun and relaxed atmosphere intended for budding athletes. This is an excellent opportunity to identify a starting point for football excellence and create lasting memories for players and parents alike.
Youth Football Combine Includes:
- Timed 40-yard dash with laser accuracy
- Timed 20-yard shuttle
- Standing vertical jump measurement
- Position-based skill stations
- Height, weight, and wingspan measurements
- On-site physical therapists
- Graded metrics
- Lifetime access to your child’s personalized HD highlight reel on our website!
- Coaching, advice and meet & greet with former collegiate and professional football players
- PLENTY OF FUN AND POSITIVITY!
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