Coach Dave Schuman’s nationwide recruiting combines adopt industry-leading athletic evaluation equipment and software to boost scouting opportunities and skills development for emerging football talent.
New York, NY. Dave Schuman, founder of the Schuman’s National Underclassmen Combines (NUC), the biggest high school football combine and college recruiting showcase in the United States, today announced an official partnership with Sport Testing Inc., the industry leading combine technology solution for unbiased athletic assessment
Founded in 2005, NUC has quickly become the top provider of opportunities for over 25,000 athletes annually to gain early college football recruiting exposure in every town in the U.S. Detailed NUC combine profiles are available to every U.S. college, from D-1a BCS to DIII.
By using Sport Testing’s unique on-field assessment technologies to run standardized pro-level combines in football and lacrosse, NUC will expand opportunities for athletes, make events more efficient and increase the ability for recruiters to more accurately assess skill and fitness levels.
Sport Testing shows athletes exactly where they stand in sport-specific skill and fitness metrics. Key strengths of the Sport Testing system include:
- Highly accurate measurement equipment wirelessly captures test results of RFID-tagged athletes in real time.
- Data management tools make setting up and executing test sessions (combines) of any size, reliable, efficient, and far less time consuming for coaches and trainers.
- Private online accounts reveal an athlete’s true strengths and weaknesses and offers a blueprint for real improvement through trusted benchmarking data.
“Our complete combine solution is designed to help athletes reach their next level and gives organizations a powerful tool for talent ID and player development,” said Jonathon Hollins, President of Sport Testing Inc. “Coach Dave Schuman, with his competitive experience and recruitment knowledge, is the ideal partner to help empower athletes and coaches to make better training and team-building decisions. ”
“Unbiased, accurate data is essential to tracking progression, informing recruitment decisions and driving the incremental improvements that lead to better performance,” says Coach Schuman. “The Sport Testing system allows me to help more athletes, with better information, in less time. Every athlete should know how they stack up to the competition and set their training goals accordingly. If you’re not assessing, you’re guessing.”
About National Underclassmen Combines
Schuman’s National Underclassmen Combine (NUC) is the longest running underclassmen event and the most respected combine and football camp in the country. Founded in 2005, NUC was formed to create a focused environment that allows freshmen, sophomores and juniors to showcase their skills and talents for college recruiters and recruiting organizations, giving each student-athlete ample opportunity to get recruited throughout his high school career, not just the spring before his senior year. Since its inception, more than 50,000 athletes have come through NUC events and more than 2,000 athletes have received Division-I scholarships after first attending an NUC event.
NUC is run by David Schuman and is coached by his veteran coaching staff, along with top high school football coaches from all across the country, as well as staff from Schuman’s Speed Center & Schuman’s Elite Training, where more than 10,000 athletes nationwide train and is widely recognized as the authority on speed and agility.
About Sport Testing Inc.
Sport Testing Inc. is the industry leader in athletic data management software and assessment hardware. High-precision systems reveal true strengths and weaknesses to show any athlete exactly where they stand, giving a blueprint for real improvement. Real-time testing results and online analytics allow athletes and coaches to adjust training using unbiased data, not guesswork. Sport Testing is positioned to become the SAT of athletic performance and the most reliable source for performance data. For more information: www.sporttesting.com