Thursday, June 14, 2012

Sports Marketing Experts Partners with and ATHLETES 4 TOMORROW to Host Combines

Through partnerships with Sports Marketing Experts,, and Athletes 4 Tomorrow,
multiple combines will be held this summer in front
of many college coaches and recruiters. These combines
will begin their statewide tour in Dallas, TX on July 7.
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS (June 14, 2012) College recruiting is heating up, and coaches are looking for players that can help their team win. However, some players might have trouble being seen.

That is why Sports Marketing Experts has partnered with ATHLETES 4 TOMORROW and They have created a combine to help students get noticed by college coaches.

The combines will be in five different cities within the month of July. The cost per player is one hundred and forty dollars, and the workout will allow students to participate in drills including the forty-yard dash, three-cone drill, and many more.

Along with the drills, ATHLETES 4 TOMORROW will be giving each student a free profile on their website, and Sports Marketing Experts will compile video clips, and write bios for the players.
The dates for the combines are as follows:
July 7, 2012- Dallas, TX
July 14,2012- San Marcos, TX
July 21, 2012- Houston, TX
July 22, 2012- College Station, TX
July 28, 2012- New Orleans, LA

“This is an opportunity for many kids to learn from coaches hat have played at the next level and show college recruiters what they have. Getting the exposure and getting the chance to compete is something that becomes a necessary tool in today's world,” says Christopher Lyke, CEO of
Bentley Turner, CEO and Founder of ATHLETES 4 TOMORROW believes times have changed in college recruiting.
“Today with all the social media and technology, it is important to have an athletic resume or player profile online,” said Turner. “Having your profile in our database will help you get in front of a lot more coaches and give coaches the ability to see an athlete that may not have been on their recruiting list.”

For more information on the combine, visit

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