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Key Stats from the Columbus Rivals Camp Series Presented by adidas

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From May 13-14, the Rivals Camp and Combine Series Presented by adidas attracted more than 1,000 high school football players from across the country. On Saturday, 900+ athletes arrived to compete in the Rivals New Speed Combine. During this event, high school athletes got tested in the following drills: 40-yard dash, 3-cone drill, shuttle run, vertical jump, and broad jump.

On Sunday, 170 Rivals 3 Stripe Camp invitees competed in position-specific drills, worked with experienced coaches on their football skills and techniques, and ended the day with one-on-ones. Here are our favorite stats from the Columbus Rivals Camp and Combine Series:

  • 937 Rivals New Speed Combine attendees
  • 170 Rivals 3 Stripe Camp athletes
  • 91 athletes with Division 1 offers competed in the camp
  • 24 different states were represented this weekend
  • 14 four-star athletes attended the camp
  • 8 combine attendees received a Next College Student Athlete Camp Pass
  • 6 athletes received invites to the Rivals Five-Star Challenge

Congratulations to the Next College Student Athlete Camp Pass recipients!

Throughout the Rivals New Speed Combine, Rivals scouts look for top talent. These athletes can score a pass to the camp in the same city the next day. Here are the athletes who impressed the Rivals scouts and scored their camp pass:

Amir Richardson (pictured top left): A 6’2” wide receiver/offensive back, Richardson impressed Rivals scouts with his 4.6 second 40-yard dash time and 40-inch vertical jump.

Bryson Washington (pictured top right): Washington is a class of 2018 safety who made the trip to Columbus from Louisville and was rewarded with a camp invite.

Cameron Jones (pictured lower left): A pro-style quarterback, Jones is a class of 2019 football player who’s thrown more than 50 touchdowns so far in his high school career.

Dalton Tucker (pictured lower right): This class of 2018 offensive tackle caught the eye of Rivals scouts after a big recruiting week, in which he received two college offers.

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Eli Cox (pictured top left): A 6’3” 280 pound offensive center, Cox showed off his skills in the various combine drills on Saturday.

John Douglas (pictured top right): A class of 2018 inside linebacker, Douglas has received some attention from Florida Tech, and Rivals predicts more interest will follow.

Lance Dixon (pictured lower left): The class of 2019 safety has already received interest from a number of DI schools, and posted impressive numbers in his combine drills.

Thomas Rush (pictured lower right): A class of 2018 running back, Rush posted a 4.68 second 40-yard dash and a 4.09 second shuttle run, which earned him his camp invite.


Thank you to all attendees who came to the Columbus Rivals Camp and Combine series presented by adidas!

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Kelly Mantick

Kelly Mantick is a writer at NCSA Next College Student Athlete.