High school football players spend Monday hoping to get noticed

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Indianapolis, Ind. (February 15, 2016) - Hundreds of high school football players are spending President's Day showing off their skills at the Best of the Midwest Football Combine.

More than 350 freshman, sophomores and juniors perform skills in front of recruiters and sports media members and work with some of the top coaches in the Midwest.

The players are from eight states and Canada.

ALL PRO SPORTS teams up with Incrediplex to put on this annual combine.

In the past six years, 386 individual players have received scholarships to Division 1 schools. Nearly 60 of those athletes have been named to various All-America teams and play on current NFL, CFL, AFL and IFL rosters.

Check out the video for an interview with Combine Director Greg Brookey at the Incrediplex.

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