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Denver Broncos Host Virtual Showcase For Colorado High School Athletes

ByScotty Jenkins

Published on Wed Mar 10 2021

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1 min read

Denver Broncos Host Virtual Showcase For Colorado High School Athletes

The Denver Broncos Virtual High School Combine is open to motivated football players in Colorado looking for an opportunity to play at the next level. Every participant will have the opportunity to put their best foot forward and submit their best stuff to be seen by coaches, teams and organizations all across the country.

Who can participate in the Denver Broncos Virtual Pro Day?

High school football players in the state of Colorado who want to play at the next level. Whether you are a freshman without a ranking or a senior hoping to be seen by more universities, this combine is your opportunity to put more film in front of coaches and camps that are looking for players.

Who is evaluating the videos you upload?

College coaches and organizations across the nation will have exclusive access to the videos you submit to the Virtual Combine. They will watch your submissions, evaluate your skills, and your GMTM profile could land on their recruiting boards.

How much does the Virtual Pro Day cost?

The event is free for every participant. All of the activities in the High School Virtual Combine are accessible to every athlete online and can be accessed 24/7.

When and where does the event take place?

The event launches on January 26 and you can compete in the Denver Broncos Virtual Combine from anywhere. Whether it is your backyard, high school field, or a public park, every place you compete in becomes a national stage.

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