Re: Unsigned Seniors, 2023 Class, JUCO and College transfers HBCU SHOWCASE and Combine

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Posted by joe on April 08, 2022 at 13:22:05:

In Reply to: Re: Unsigned Seniors, 2023 Class, JUCO and College transfers HBCU SHOWCASE and Combine posted by Candy Ass on April 08, 2022 at 13:09:03:


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: : LYNWOOD - Lace up your sneakers! Unsigned seniors, 2023 class athletes, prep school athletes, JUCO and university transfers, who seeking athletic scholarships, are invited to showcase their skills to over 23 NCAA Div. I, II, III and NAIA HBCU coaches, including former NBA stars Kenny Anderson and Gawen DeAngelo "Bonzi" Wells, and Camille Little-Smith, a former WNBA star.
: : The National College Resources Foundation is conducting its third annual HBCU boys and girls showcase and combine on April 9 and 10 at Lynwood and Firebaugh high schools. Since it’s inception in 2018, NCRF’s SAP showcases has assisted over 900 student-athletes with over 50 million in athletic scholarships.
: : Athletes can still register for the free event at
: : Or they can register on site Saturday starting at 7:30 a.m. Games or drills start at 9:30 a.m. for boys at Lynwood High at 4050 E. Imperial Highway. The girls start at the same time and date at Firebaugh High at 5246 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd in Lynwood. If athletes show up without masks, they will be provided one.
: : “We are so excited to host our HBCU College Coaches and show them the array of talent in California,’’ said Dr. Theresa Price, the Founder and CEO of the National College Resources Foundation. “It has always been a true passion of mine to help as many student-athletes as possible achieve their dreams of playing at the next level.”
: : NCRF, which produces Black College Expos around the country, added sports showcases five years ago. In addition, NCRF also has a fee recruitment software program to help student athletes get connected to HBCUs. And just like the Black College Expo, student-athletes are asked to bring their transcripts to get athletic scholarship offers on site.
: : Anderson, who played for Georgia Tech and who was an NBA journeyman, is now the head coach for Fisk University. Wells, who competed for Ball State and who had a NBA career spanning a decade, is now the head coach at LeMoyne Owen College.
: : Smith, a former North Carolina Tar Heel, played with the Seattle Storm, Phoenix Mercury, Atlanta Dream, San Antonio Silver Stars and Dallas Wing during her 13-year career. She is now the head coach at Paul Quinn College.
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: : For more information, contact Derek Speight or

: : Student Athlete Program Coordinator
: : Office (909) 396 0151
: : Cell: (818) 485 1260
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: : Kysa Washington
: : Student Athlete Program Coordinator
: : Community Relations Liaison
: : National College Resources Foundation/ Black College Expo
: : Off: 909-396-0151
: : 877-427-4100
: : Cell:909-762-7810
: : Fax: 909-396-0932
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: Hmmmm, This is for black athletes only? If yes, that is racist!


Anyone, regardless of race and ethnicity, can go to an HBCU. Provided that a student has a high school diploma, he or she can apply to one. As a matter of fact, some HBCUs have an open admissions policy. This means that students with a GED certificate or any high school diploma equivalent may apply

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