Scout Premium Content Combine: "A Wonderful Opportunity"

STARKVILLE - This past Sunday, college coaches, due to NCAA spring recruiting rules, were not allowed to attend the All-American Invitational combine on the campus of Mississippi State University. But high school coaches did take advantage of the talent-filled gathering in Starkville, Mississippi.

The combine serves as the first step in an evaluation process that will ultimately find the best 78 high school players in the nation. In the end, the fortunate prep players selected will participate in the very prestigious U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game in San Antonio, Texas. While the spotlight was on the individual players, high school coaches also attended in hopes of taking a few helpful... Recommended Stories

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