The Rivals Camp Series are the premier free regional camps reserved for the top high school recruits. If you want to get seen by coaches and catch the attention of D1 programs, there is no better place to show out than a Rivals Camp.

You will participate in position-specific drills (QBs, RBs, WR/TEs, OLs, DLs, LBs, and DBs), and showcase your talent when you face off against other top-tier athletes in one-on-ones.

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Athletes must be nominated or selected as a top performer at a Rivals Combine Series in order to participate in the Rivals Camp Series. Here, players will hone their skills through position-specific drills. The real competition begins when athletes face-off during one-on-one challenges.

Players who stand out at the Rivals Camp Series can be invited to attend the exclusive Rivals Underclassman Showcase. 

Held once a year, the Rivals Underclassman Showcase is where the top 100 high school football players in the country compete in fierce competition for the top slots.

BEFORE.

QB – 10:00 am-3:30 pm

10:00 am | Wilson QBX check-in will begin promptly at 10:00 am or right before. All QB’s are required to check-in, where they will receive a Wilson QBX camp shirt 

10:45 am Wilson QBX Clinic kicks off. QB’s will run through a variety of drills using Wilson X Connected QB tracking technology, meaning that every ball thrown during certain drills will collect data on the throw. That throw data is valuable from a training and recruiting standpoint so a coach and player can see where they currently stand in regard to their peers.

  • Position Training Drills 
  • Wilson X Connect Ball Drills 

11:45am | Rivals Camp registration will begin. All QB players are required to go through Registration Row, where they will get their height, weight, arm length, wingspan, hand size, and head shots taken for their Camp profile. 

12:45 pm | Rivals Camp kicks off. If you are not here at the start of the camp, you may not be allowed to join, so plan accordingly. During the event, earn your place among the best high school football players in the country by competing in 

  • Individual Position Drills 
  • Skill 1v1 Competitions 

3:30pm | The Camp Award Presentation beings. 

OL & DL: 8:00 am – 11:00 am

8:00 am | Camp registration will begin promptly at 8:00 am or right before. All OL and DL players are required to go through Registration Row, where they will get their height, weight, arm length, wingspan, hand size, and head shots taken for their Camp profile. 

9:00 am | Camp kicks off. If you are not here at the start of the camp, you may not be allowed to join, so plan accordingly. During the event, earn your place among the best high school football players in the country by competing in 

  • Individual Position Drills 
  • Big Man 1v1 Competitions 

11:00 am | The Camp Award Presentation beings.

WR, RB, LB & DB: 11:15 am – 3:30 pm

11:15 am | Camp registration will begin promptly at 11:15 am or right before. All WR, RB, LB & DB players are required to go through Registration Row, where they will get their height, weight, arm length, wingspan, hand size, and head shots taken for their Camp profile. 

12:45 pm | Camp kicks off. If you are not here at the start of the camp, you may not be allowed to join, so plan accordingly. During the event, earn your place among the best high school football players in the country by competing in 

  • Individual Position Drills 
  • Skill 1v1 Competitions 

3:30pm | The Camp Award Presentation beings. 

GET THE WORD OUT.

Post early and often to let college coaches and teams know you’ve been invited and will be at the camp.

SUIT UP, ACQUIRE SWAG.
Bring your football cleats, socks and a mouth guard. Athletes will receive compression shirt, shorts, gloves, tights and headbands

PLEASE READ OVER 2022 COVID GUIDELINES

DURING.

BRING IT.
Camp begins at designated start time.
You may not be admitted if you are late.
This is not a combine—there is no on-field testing. Be prepared for drills, skill development and one-on-one challenges against top players in your area.

WARM UP, STAY LOOSE, HYDRATE.
The day starts with a dynamic warm-up. Don’t forget to hydrate.

DRILL, LEARN, IMPROVE.
Then, athletes move into position-drills: QBs, RBs, WR/TEs, OLs, DLs, LBs and DBs. Highly qualified and experienced position coaches will work closely with athletes on football skills and techniques.

SQUARE UP, CONQUER.
Now, one-on-one challenges begin. WRs will go against DBs, RBs will square off with LBs, and OLs battle DLs. QBs will alternate throwing to WRs and RBs. Video from these challenges will be available to D1 programs across the country.

At every Rivals camp, high school ages quarterbacks will go through Wilson’s Connected Quarterback Testing. The QB testing consists of throwing a Wilson football that has a sensor inside the ball. The sensor reads all movement of every pass and can report back data.

Rivals will compile all stats and upload to a National Leaderboard so athletes can see their data such as velocity, spiral efficiency, spin rate and release time and how they compare to their peers from across the country. All QB’s will have access to a 1-page report detailing their throw metrics and what they mean.

 

LEARN MORE

Former camp athletes include:
Jalen Ramsey, Josh Rosen, Saquon Barkley,
Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson and 21 first-round picks from the 2018 NFL draft.

AFTER.

GET NOTICED.
Awards will be presented to the top performers in each position after the camp concludes. All participants and families are encouraged to stay for the ceremony.

HYPE, BUT BE HUMBLE.
Share your experience on social media and your recruiting profiles. Hype it all up, but stay humble.

2022 Rivals Camp Series Schedule

Los Angeles, CA
February 27
Miami, FL
March 13
Charlotte, NC
March 20

TBD

New Orleans, LA
March 27

 

 

Dallas, TX
April 10
Indianapolis, IN
April 24
Philadelphia, PA
May 15
Atlanta, GA
May 22

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

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FAQ

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