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EVENT INFORMATION

Join athletes from the class of 2022 and top underclassmen looking to showcase their talent at the Stack Sports Regional Showcase. This event allows athletes to receive a verified football rating, compete in drills designed to showcase your athleticism that will be shared with college coaches to help recruiting, and even earn a shot at going all the way to the Stack Sports National Showcase in the summer of 2021. 

Tested last year? Come see where you've improved before moving onto the next level. Still being slept on? This is a great chance to make a name for yourself.

The Stack Sports Regional Showcase will allow participants to be measured, photographed and then after a dynamic warmup, compete in the four testing events in a safe, supervised and professional environment:

 

40-yard Dash (two attempts, fastest time kept)

20-yard or 5-10-5 shuttle (one attempt to left, one to right, fastest time kept)

Vertical Jump (standing jump, two attempts, best jump kept)

Kneeling Power Ball toss (6 lbs. ball toss, two attempts, best toss kept)

 

Upon completion of the testing, athletes will receive an athletic football rating, which lets them know how they rank amongst not only their peers but also some of the greats of the game, most of whom have participated during the 25 years of Student Sports football events.

STACK SPORTS REGIONAL SHOWCASE DRILLS

To allow you to fully prepare for your Regional Showcase experience, view the video examples below of the position based movements you will be participating in.

DEFENSIVE BACKS

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OFFENSIVE LINEMEN

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DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

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RUNNING BACKS

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LINEBACKERS

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WIDE RECEIVERS / TIGHT ENDS

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
STACK SPORTS REGIONAL SHOWCASE

Q: Who can attend a Stack Sports Regional Showcase? Can seniors (Class of 2021) attend a Stack Showcase?

A: The Stack Sports Regional Showcase are intended for top prospects in the Class of 2022 as well as elite underclassmen. To be considered for a spot in the event, players may submit their information at our Player Submission link, or be nominated by their high school head coach at our Coaches Submission Link.

Q: What’s the cost of a attending a Stack Sports Regional Showcase? 

A: The Stack Sports Regional Showcase is free of charge.

Q: Can a bad performance at a Stack Sports Regional Showcase hurt my stock?

A: No, because of the “scratch rule.” Student Sports cares about the athlete first. If an athlete does not like a particular mark, the time or mark may be scratched from the results. Even so, college coaches put more emphasis on how players perform in pads. A disappointing time in the 40 will not lead to colleges dropping a player. At events, running backs and wide receivers have run 4.8′s and linebackers run 5.2′s and still sign with major D‐I programs.

 

Q: How do I scratch my testing results? 

A: Athletes can email scratch@studentsports.com after the event to have their results scratched. Please be sure to include the athlete’s name, event attended and the results you want to have scratched. Please note that scratching any of the testing results will not yield a Rating. 

 

Q: My school is not listed on the registration page. What should I do?

A: If you do not see your school of the list of high schools after selecting the state, you can request to have your school added to the list. Please complete your registration using another school from the appropriate state then email the athletes name, correct high school, including the school city & state and the event registered to attend. To report a missing school and/or have your school updated, please click here now.

Q: I registered for a Stack Sports Regional Showcase; will I now get a confirmation email?

A: Yes. You and your parent or guardian will get an email confirming your registration and another event reminder email the Monday before the event. If you have not received your confirmation within a day of signing up, please check your spam, events or junk email folders. You will need to print out this confirmation and bring with you to the Stack Sports Regional Showcase.

 

Q: I registered for a Stack Regional Showcase and did not receive my confirmation email with my Event Pass. How can I retrieve it?

A: Try looking in all of your spam, events or junk mail folders to see if our email landed there first. If you cannot find the email, then you can email Kirsten Leetch at kirsten@studentsports.com.  Please be sure to include the athlete’s name, the event and time session that you are registered to attend in your email. Please do not register for the event a second time.

 

Q: Why are there different check‐in times for certain athletes? Will I be missing something by coming later in the day?

A: The check-in times are position specific. Every athlete has the same experience regardless of the check-­in time as it relates to going through standard measurements, testing and then position specific movement drills. Please report at your scheduled check-­in time.

 

Q: I am a coach or parent that is bringing several athletes that have different check-­in times. How can I get them all checked ­in and tested together?

A: In order to compete at your preferred position, we ask that athletes show up and check­-in at the designated times. 

 

Q: Can I go to a Stack Sports Regional Showcase to watch?

A: It depends on the venue and also COVID-19 safety protocols at the respective host facilities. We must keep the fields clear and safe for all participants, however we will do our best to provide spectator opportunities if possible.

Q: Online registration is closed but will I be able to register onsite at the Stack Sports Regional Showcase as a walkup?

A: We would love to stay and test everyone however, due to time constraints and limited supplies, we have to limit registration for each event. If time and supplies permit, walk-ups will be taken after all registered athletes have checked in.

 

Q: I will not be able to attend the event I registered for. Can I give my Event Pass to my teammate or relative?

A: No. The Event Pass is non-transferable and is tied to your personal information for that event. If you are unable to attend the Stack Sports Regional Showcase that you registered for, please notify Kirsten Leetch at kirsten@studentsports.com. 

 

Q: How can I change my registration information?

A: To make a change or correction to your registration information, please email Kirsten Leetch at kirsten@studentsports.com. Please be sure to include the athlete’s name, event, with time session that you are registered to attend and what you would like us to update in your email.

 

Q: I am a quarterback and registered to attend a Stack Sports Regional Showcase event before I received an invite to the Elite 11 QB Regional camp, what should I do?

A: Please contact Brian Stumpf at brian@studentsports.com to have your registration transferred over to the Elite 11 event.

 

Q: What will I be tested in?

A: The 40‐yard dash (twice, fastest time kept), vertical jump (highest jump kept), the 20‐yard shuttle (twice, fastest time kept) and the kneeling power ball throw (twice, farthest throw kept).

 

Q: How heavy is the Powerball?

A: The weight of the Powerball is 6 pounds.

 

Q: How long does the testing at a Stack Sports Regional Showcase take?

A: Once an athlete is checked it should take no more than two hours or so to complete testing and position-specific drills. Every athlete has the same experience regardless of check-­in times.

 

Q: Will there be 1 on 1’s at the Stack Sports Regional Showcase?

A: No. The Stack Sports Regional Showcase is strictly for testing an athlete’s athletic ability and displaying movements in position-specific drills. All position drills will be filmed for college coaches and distributed post-event along with testing results. There will not be 1-on-1 drills that take place at the Stack Sports Regional Showcase. However some Stack Sports Regional Showcases are followed by an Elite 11 QB regional, so skill players can stay after to run routes and catch passes with the quarterbacks. To register as a pass-catcher for an Elite 11 QB regional click here.

 

Q: How do I get my official Rating results?

A: You will leave the Stack Sports Regional Showcase with your unofficial results in hand. You will receive an email a few days after the event with links to view official results and head shots that were taken at the event.

 

Q: What do I need to bring to the Stack Sports Regional Showcase?

A: Cleats/running shoes to run in, workout gear and your Event Pass and Event waiver, which can be found in the email confirmation. Take a look at the field-­type beforehand to determine the best type of cleats/shoes you should run in. NO TRACK SPIKES!!  We recommend that athletes leave all valuables in the car or with parents or coaches. Every registered athlete will receive an event shirt at the conclusion of the event. Student Sports is not responsible for any lost or stolen items, please pack accordingly and note that you don’t need to bring a lot to test.

 

Q: It’s raining, will the Stack Sports Regional Showcase be cancelled?

A: The Stack Sports Regional Showcase will be held rain or shine. Just like a football game, only in the event of lightning will athletes be pulled off the field for safety.

 

Q: I would like to volunteer as a coach or event helper. Where can I sign up? 

A: If you are interested in helping out at an event, please contact Eugene Jackson at eugene@studentsports.com.

 

Q: I’m an athlete in junior high school. Can I still attend a Stack Sports Regional Showcase?

A: No, unfortunately the Stack Sports Regional Showcase events are just for top Class of 2022 prospect and elite high school underclassmen. Younger players may participate in the DICK’S Sporting Goods Digital Combine and if you are a quarterback or wide receiver, also checkout the Elite 11 Academy.

 

Q: I am from a media outlet and I’d like to come to a Stack Sports Regional Showcase. Do I need to pre-register to attend?

A: Yes, media outlets must pre-register and be pre-approved before coming to a Stack Sports Regional Showcase. Media may email Kirsten Leetch at kirsten@studentsports.com to request credentials.

Q: Will the testing results be posted publicly?

A: Testing results will be viewable for college coaches through The UCReport, but not posted publicly. Each athlete will leave the event with their results as well.

 

Q: I read the FAQ's and still need assistance, what can I do?

A: Concerns or questions regarding online registration or the Event Pass, please contact Kirsten Leetch kirsten@studentsports.com.

 

 

 
NOTABLE ALUMNI

QB Mitch Trubisky (Bears)
RB Giovani Bernard (Bengals)

LB Vontaze Burfict (Bengals)

QB Andy Dalton (Bengals)

TE Tyler Eifert (Bengals)

WR A.J. Green (Bengals)

DB Dre Kirkpatrick (Bengals)
RB Joe Mixon (Bengals)
WR John Ross (Bengals)
RB LeSean McCoy (Bills)
QB Tyrod Taylor (Bills)
RB C.J. Anderson (Broncos)
LB Brandon Marshall (Broncos)

LB Von Miller (Broncos)
CB Aqib Talib (Broncos)
WR Corey Coleman (Browns)

DE Myles Garrett (Browns)

QB Deshone Kizer (Browns)
RB Doug Martin (Buccaneers)
DT Gerald McCoy (Buccaneers)

QB Jameis Winston (Buccaneers)

DB Deone Bucannon (Cardinals)

WR Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals)
QB Carson Palmer (Cardinals)
CB Patrick Peterson (Cardinals)

DE Melvin Ingram (Chargers)

DT Brandon Mebane (Chargers)
DB Eric Berry (Chiefs)
LB Justin Houston (Chiefs)
CB Vontae Davis (Colts)
QB Andrew Luck (Colts)
WR Donte Moncrief (Colts)
RB Ezekiel Elliott (Cowboys)
RB Darren McFadden (Cowboys)

RB Alfred Morris (Cowboys)
OL Tyron Smith (Cowboys)

LB Kiko Alonso (Dolphins)
WR Jarvis Landry (Dolphins)
OL Mike Pouncey (Dolphins)
DT Ndamukong Suh (Dolphins)
QB Ryan Tannehill (Dolphins)

WR Nelson Agholor (Eagles)
LB Mychal Kendricks (Eagles)

RB Devonta Freeman (Falcons)

WR Julio Jones (Falcons)

OL Alex Mack (Falcons)
WR Odell Beckham Jr. (Giants)
DB Landon Collins (Giants)
TE Evan Engram (Giants)

OL Ereck Flowers (Giants)
DE DeForest Buckner (49ers)
LB Reuben Foster (49ers)

DE Solomon Thomas (49ers)
QB Blake Bortles (Jaguars)
RB Leonard Fournette (Jaguars)

DB Jalen Ramsey (Jaguars)

DB Jamal Adams (Jets)
RB Matt Forte (Jets)
RB Ameer Abdullah (Lions)
LB Jarrad Davis (Lions)

QB Matt Stafford (Lions)

WR Randall Cobb (Packers)

LB Clay Matthews (Packers)

OL Ryan Kalil (Panthers)

QB Cam Newton (Panthers)

RB Jonathan Stewart (Panthers)

RB Jonathan Stewart (Panthers)

LB Shaq Thompson (Panthers)
TE Rob Gronkowski (Patriots)
QB Derek Carr (Raiders)
WR Amari Cooper (Raiders)
QB Jared Goff (Rams)

RB Todd Gurley (Rams)
WR Robert Woods (Rams)

WR Mike Wallace (Ravens)

DB Eric Weddle (Ravens)
QB Kirk Cousins (Redkins)
RB Matt Jones (Redskins)
LB Ryan Kerrigan (Redskins)
WR Ted Ginn Jr. (Saints)
DE Cameron Jordan (Saints)

RB Alvin Kamara (Saints)

DB Kenny Vaccaro (Saints)

DB Kam Chancellor (Seahawks)

WR Tyler Lockett (Chargers)

CB Richard Sherman (Seahawks)

RB Le’veon Bell (Steelers)

WR Antonio Brown (Steelers)

DB Joe Haden (Steelers)

DL Cameron Heyward (Steelers)

OL Maurkice Pouncey (Steelers)
LB Ryan Shazier (Steelers)
WR Juju Smith-Schuster (Steelers)
CB Kareem Jackson (Texans)
QB Deshaun Watson (Texans)
DE J.J. Watt (Texans)
DB Adoree Jackson (Titans)

RB Derrick Henry (Titans)

QB Marcus Mariota (Titans)

RB Demarco Murray (Titans)
LB Brian Orakpo (Titans)

QB Sam Bradford (Vikings)
QB Teddy Bridgewater (Vikings)
WR Stefon Diggs (Vikings)
DT Sharrif Floyd (Vikings)
LB Chad Greenway (Vikings)
OT Matt Kalil (Vikings)

LB Eric Kendricks (Vikings)
DB Xavier Rhodes (Vikings)
DB Harrison Smith (Vikings)

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