Browns media advisory – Cleveland Browns 2020 Showcase (3.6.20)
More than 750 youth and high school football players
Browns alumnus P Reggie Hodges (2009-2012)*
Personnel from approximately 20 local college programs and scouting services*
Friday, March 6 – Junior High School Showcase (7th-9th grade youth football players)
6 p.m. – All position groups
Saturday, March 7 – High School Showcase (10th-12th grade youth and high school football players)
9 a.m. – Session 1 for specialists (Ks and Ps)
10 a.m. – Session 2 for all position groups
1:30 p.m. – Session 3 for all position groups
Sunday, March 8 – Jr. Browns Combine (K-6th grade youth football players – boys and girls)
Noon – K-3rd grade youth football players (boys and girls)
2 p.m. – 4th-6th grade youth football players (boys and girls)
Casey Coleman Field House
Cleveland Browns Training and Administrative Complex
76 Lou Groza Boulevard
Berea, Ohio 44017
As part of the team’s commitment to youth and high school football through Browns Give Back, the Cleveland Browns will host the 2020 Showcase, in association with Xenith, in the team’s field house this weekend. Expanding on the annual High School Showcase, this year’s event has grown to incorporate Combine-style drills and testing for athletes from K-12th grade for the first time, allowing overall participation to more than triple in 2020.
The new three-day Showcase format features various age groups competing in timed tests (e.g., 40-yard dash, broad jump, shuttle run), position-specific drills and agility work. On Saturday, the 200 high school participants will be joined by personnel evaluators representing approximately 20 local college programs and scouting services.*
Returning in 2020, the Showcase will host an evaluation period specific to specialists. Browns alumnus P Reggie Hodges (2009-2012) will lead the kickers’ and punters’ sessions as they display their abilities.
The Cleveland Browns 2020 Showcase is in association with Xenith. Throughout the event, University Hospitals certified athletic trainers will be onsite to support the student-athletes, while Gatorade will also help keep the participants hydrated throughout the day’s activity.
The Cleveland Browns are committed to assisting the development, safety and growth of youth and high school football throughout Northeast Ohio with year-round programming for players, coaches, officials and parents. Through camps, clinics and other initiatives, the Browns’ goal is to promote healthy, social, emotional, intellectual and physical development of youth by enhancing opportunities for youth football participation and education.
For more information, visit ClevelandBrowns.com/brownsgiveback.
Local colleges and scouting services scheduled to attend*:
|Allegheny||DSA Scouting||Marietta||Ohio Wesleyan|
|Baldwin Wallace||Heidelberg||McCallister Scouting Service||Saint Vincent|
|Bethany||Hocking College||Mercyhurst||Scouting Ohio|
|Central State University||Indiana Wesleyan||Muskingum||Vermilion Community College|
|Defiance||Lake Erie||Oberlin||West Liberty|
High Schools represented by registered players*:
|Archbishop Alter High School||Hardin Northern High School||Pickerington North|
|Avon High School||Highland High School||Reynoldsburg High School|
|Barberton High School||Hilliard Davidson High School||Riverside High School|
|Bay High School||Holy Name High School||Riverside High School-Painesville|
|Bay Village High School||Hudson High School||Rocky River High School|
|Beachwood High School||Hudsonville High School||Rootstown High School|
|Beaver Local High School||Huron High School||Saint Ignatius High School|
|Bedford High School||James A. Garfield High School||Sandusky High School|
|Benedictine||John Hay High School||Shaker Heights High School|
|Berea Midpark High School||Kirtland High School||Solon High School|
|Bishop Hartley High School||Lake High School||Southeast High School|
|Bishop Ready High School||Licking Height High School||St Edward High School|
|Black River High School||Lima Central Catholic||St. Benedictine High School|
|Brookfield High School||Louisville Male High School||St. Vincent-St. Mary|
|Brooklyn High School||Lutheran West High School||Stow Munroe Falls High School|
|Brunswick High School||Madison High School||Strongsville High School|
|Buckeye High School||Medina High School||Teays Valley High School|
|Claymont High School||Mentor High School||Twinsburg High School|
|Clearview High school||Midview High School||Uniontown Lake|
|Cleveland Heights High School||Mineral Ridge High School||Valley Forge High School|
|Cloverleaf High School||New London High School||Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School|
|Collinwood High School||Nordonia High School||Wadsworth High School|
|Crestwood High School||North Ridgeville High school||Walnut Ridge High School|
|Crooksville High School||North Royalton High School||Walsh Jesuit High School|
|Cuyahoga Falls High School||Northwest High School||Waterford High School|
|Eastlake North High School||Norton High School||Wellington High School|
|Ellet High School||Norwayne High School||Wellston High School|
|Euclid High School||Notre Dame Cathedral Latin||Western Reserve|
|Findlay High School||Olentangy Orange High School||Whitmer (Toledo) High School|
|Firelands High School||Orrville High School||Wickliffe High School|
|Garaway High School||Padua High School||Woodridge High School|
|Garfield Heights High School||Painesville Riverside High School||Worthington Christian High School|
|Gilmour Academy||Perry High School|
|Groveport Madison High School||Pickerington Central High School|
*Participants subject to change
About the Cleveland Browns and Browns Give Back:
The Browns Give Back to Northeast Ohio with a commitment to education and youth football while engaging the community through the team’s signature First and Ten volunteer movement. For more information, visit www.clevelandbrowns.com/brownsgiveback.
Education – The Cleveland Browns are dedicated to improving the quality of education for students in Ohio by making investments that keep kids in school every day so they can succeed, highlighted by the “Get 2 School, Stay in the Game!” Network. The “Get 2 School” Network is a statewide initiative designed to promote the importance of school attendance and put an end to chronic absenteeism. The team engages local schools and promotes quality education by using attendance data and feedback from families to build a school-going culture, uncover and reduce common barriers to attendance and support engagement opportunities for students to thrive. To learn more, visit Get2School.org.
Youth Football – The Cleveland Browns are committed to assisting the development, safety and growth of youth and high school football throughout Northeast Ohio with year-round programming for players, coaches, officials and parents. Through camps, clinics and other initiatives, the Browns’ goal is to promote healthy, social, emotional, intellectual and physical development of youth by enhancing opportunities for youth football participation and education.
First and Ten – Launched in June 2014, the Cleveland Browns First and Ten campaign is the team’s community program, established to inspire fans to #give10 and help their communities by volunteering for 10 hours each year. Through First and Ten, the Browns are the only NFL club to promote a long-term volunteering program that unifies the team and its entire fan base, with the goal of impacting every individual’s city across the globe, as well as the franchise’s local community. To date, more than 2 million hours of volunteering have been pledged through First and Ten. All Browns fans are encouraged to join the volunteering effort by signing the First and Ten pledge on the team’s website and by sharing their stories with #give10.
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