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National Underclassmen Combine

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National Underclassmen Combine Lynchburg, VA

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Minnesota 2011, Kyle Huges, Junior WR MVP, National Underclassmen Combine

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National Underclassmen Football Combine Ventura

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TEAM.B2G Robert Lewis @ 7ON7

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Scottie Guillory: Sweat Equity Middle School Combine Highlights

The National Underclassmen Combine/NUC Sports is a professional, privately owned recruiting program and three-day training and assessment function for high school football players to display their skills and potential. It is one of the largest and most successful programs of its kind, the purpose of which is to connect talented football athletes with collegiate programs willing to offer them a scholarship. Notable players to go through the system include Joe Haden, cornerback for the NFL’s Cleveland Browns, and Marcus Lattimore, star running back for the University of South Carolina. Founded by former University of Connecticut linebacker David Schuman, the first combine event was held in New Jersey in 2005.
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  • Notable players from National Underclassmen Combine