Combine Series for graduating football prospects

Football BC's Combine Series gives prospects one more chance to grab the eye of a CIS or NCAA program.

The Football BC Combine Series starts in late January and runs through the month of February, giving football players from across the province the opportunity to take part in combine-style testing and be evaluated by NCCP certified provincial coaches.

The series is the first step to participation in the provincial team programs in the Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, U-16 or U-18 divisions.

Players who wish to be eligible for those programs must attend a Football BC Combine Series session. The closest one to Chilliwack takes place on two days, Feb. 20 and 24 at the Langley Events Centre.

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