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PPI Announces Next Combine Dates

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

On the heels of Brandon Collier co-hosting an OL/DL clinic with former NFL OL Terrence Campbell, today PPI can announce the next three combines of its fall circuit. The first is Sunday August 26 in Hesse, Germany, and will be headlined by Terrence and John Tidwell DB, formerly of the Denver Broncos. You can find its information and sign up on facebook here and via email [email protected] The second combine will be in Straubing on Sunday September 23, which is in Bavaria close to the Czech and Austrian Borders (facebook sign up here). The third is at Herning on Saturday October 6, located in central Denmark (facebook sign up here). Both of the latter combines will run from 10AM to 2PM and their headline coaches will be announced shortly.

These camps will mark the beginning of the search for participants for the highly anticipated 2019 DreamChasers Tour. Herning is a mere hour away from Emil Bo Andersen’s hometown; Bavaria is also the region where both Julius Welschof and Lorenz Metz hail from. Metz was discovered at the 2017 combine in Hannover where his size and agility were immediately apparent.

As usual, the combines will provide instruction and test in the same drills prospects will face in NCAA combines, followed by more intensive instruction in positional skills and finishing with one-on-one competitions.

Stay posted as we will announce more combines soon as well as coaching staffs for those already announced.

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PPI Announces Next Combine Dates

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Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

On the heels of Brandon Collier co-hosting an OL/DL clinic with former NFL OL Terrence Campbell, today PPI can announce the next three combines of its fall circuit. The first is Sunday August 26 in Hesse, Germany, and will be headlined by Terrence and John Tidwell DB, formerly of the Denver Broncos. You can find its information and sign up on facebook here and via email [email protected] The second combine will be in Straubing on Sunday September 23, which is in Bavaria close to the Czech and Austrian Borders (facebook sign up here). The third is at Herning on Saturday October 6, located in central Denmark (facebook sign up here). Both of the latter combines will run from 10AM to 2PM and their headline coaches will be announced shortly.

These camps will mark the beginning of the search for participants for the highly anticipated 2019 DreamChasers Tour. Herning is a mere hour away from Emil Bo Andersen’s hometown; Bavaria is also the region where both Julius Welschof and Lorenz Metz hail from. Metz was discovered at the 2017 combine in Hannover where his size and agility were immediately apparent.

As usual, the combines will provide instruction and test in the same drills prospects will face in NCAA combines, followed by more intensive instruction in positional skills and finishing with one-on-one competitions.

Stay posted as we will announce more combines soon as well as coaching staffs for those already announced.

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PPI Announces Next Combine Dates

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

On the heels of Brandon Collier co-hosting an OL/DL clinic with former NFL OL Terrence Campbell, today PPI can announce the next three combines of its fall circuit. The first is Sunday August 26 in Hesse, Germany, and will be headlined by Terrence and John Tidwell DB, formerly of the Denver Broncos. You can find its information and sign up on facebook here and via email [email protected] The second combine will be in Straubing on Sunday September 23, which is in Bavaria close to the Czech and Austrian Borders (facebook sign up here). The third is at Herning on Saturday October 6, located in central Denmark (facebook sign up here). Both of the latter combines will run from 10AM to 2PM and their headline coaches will be announced shortly.

These camps will mark the beginning of the search for participants for the highly anticipated 2019 DreamChasers Tour. Herning is a mere hour away from Emil Bo Andersen’s hometown; Bavaria is also the region where both Julius Welschof and Lorenz Metz hail from. Metz was discovered at the 2017 combine in Hannover where his size and agility were immediately apparent.

As usual, the combines will provide instruction and test in the same drills prospects will face in NCAA combines, followed by more intensive instruction in positional skills and finishing with one-on-one competitions.

Stay posted as we will announce more combines soon as well as coaching staffs for those already announced.

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