HALIFAX, NS

Dalhousie Tigers Football is pleased to partner with CanadaFootballChat.com to present the first #CFC100 combine in the Maritimes. The CFC100 combine is a chance for athletes to show off their skills in front of the CFC Scouting Bureau and college coaches. The combine will be filmed and evaluated for future CFC 100 ranking lists.

This combine is for all high school aged football players in the 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 graduating classes.

REGISTER TODAY!

Lee Barette, CEO of CanadaFootballChat.com says:

“CFC is looking forward to producing our first event ever in the Maritimes and we are happy Dalhousie University will be hosts of the CFC100 combine.  We look forward to uncovering some hidden talent in this growing football community.”

The combine will take place Sunday July 29th at Dalhousie Wickwire Field from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. 

Head Coach of the Tigers, Mark Haggett says:

“Dalhousie Football is extremely excited to be partnering with CFC for the first ever Top 100 maritime combine! It’s a great opportunity for us to work with an elite group of football minds, and be able to be a part of the football careers of these young men early on.”

The drills involved will be:

  • 1 v 1 competitive football drills
  • 40 Yard Dash
  • Shuttle run
  • Broad jump

For more information and to register, visit https://canadafootballchat.com/cfc100-combines-registration/.

About CanadaFootballChat.com:

CanadaFootballChat (CFC) is the number one source and most respected national recruiting and high school news site. Their mission is promote Canadian football players in the high school recruiting cycle.

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