Student-athletes from Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, and Tennessee will perform drills in hopes of catching the eye of the media, various college scouts and recruiters. Registration is open for the 2021 Western Kentuckiana Showcase & Skills Challenge if you'd like to participate.

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Kentuckiana Alliance for Athletes, LLC, in conjunction with Building Lives Through Sports Network, INC will hold the Western Kentuckiana Showcase & Skills Challenge at Steele Stadium in 2021. The event will be held at KWC on May 22nd from 12pm to 3:30pm (CST). It's open to any student-athlete hoping to play in the 2021-2025 seasons.

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Is it your dream to play football in college? Student-athletes will compete against other student-athletes from different schools all over the region. Do you have what it takes?

"The showcase and skills challenge will include combine drills (laser timed), speed school, position specific training/gauntlets and 1v1 competition. Each student-athlete will be able to gain exposure from local media and various recruiting services. In ordinance with the NCAA and NAIA regulations, college coaches MAY BE in attendance."

Tentative Schedule:

10:00- 11:30am: Showcase Check-In/Registration
11:45am-12pm: Showcase welcome and overview
12pm-12:20pm: Dynamic warm-up
12:25pm-1:00pm: Laser combine testing (40 yard dash, pro shuttle, L-drill)
1:05pm-1:45pm: Circuit/gauntlet drills
1:50pm-2:20: Position specific Drills
2:25pm-3:30pm: 1v1s
3:30pm: Smokehouse/closing remarks

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What to bring:

Athletic wear (Shorts, sweats, gloves...etc)
PPE
Quarterbacks may want to bring their own ball
(Football) cleats and gym shoes
Sportsmanship
Water/Powerade/Gatorade
Signed waiver

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