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South Florida Recruiting Combine


Step It Up is a 7th year company designed to connect high school football players from around the country with college coaches. We’ve hosted 92 combines in 17 states during our first six years and there are currently over 8,000 players in our database.  What’s stopping you from chasing your dream? Let us help!

  • BENEFIT: Every camper gets his own Recruiting Page on our website & included in our report that goes out to several hundred college coaches from all over the country. College coaches may be in attendance. Campers will also get social media exposure and legitimate testing results to show college coaches.
  • ITINERARY: 40-yard dash, standing broad jump, short shuttle, power toss, vertical jump, 1-on-1s, Lineman Challenge, 7-on-7s, awards, interviews, & much more
  • COST: Only $30 per player if you come with 5+ teammates .. or just $40 per single player
  • REGISTRATION: Players may pre-register online by CLICKING HERE or when they arrive
  • WHAT TO BRING: workout clothes, cleats, and QBs can bring their own balls
  • WHO’S INVITED: Any 2019-2023 graduates are invited

Player: “Thank you for everything you did for me. Your camp was great and because of you guys, I got a chance to fulfill my dream of playing college football.” – Josh Johnson
Coach: “We had 4 kids sign in our SR class and 3 of them had their first contact with the college coaches through Step It Up. We plan on bringing many more to your next one.” – Chris Stevens
Parent: “We’re so thankful for the opportunity you gave us. Cody just signed a full scholarship and his college coach told us he received Cody’s info from you guys. Keep it up!” – Leslie Rak 

A large percentage of players who have attended our combines went on to sign scholarships. You can be next! Players who have attended Step It Up Combines in recent years include DeAndre Baker (Georgia), Cam Taylor (Nebraska), James Foster (Texas A&M), Pierce Quick (Alabama), Jared Mayden (Alabama), Tucker Israel (Clemson), Binjamin Victor (Ohio State), Johnnie Dixon (Ohio State), Coynis Miller (Auburn), Richard Jubinor (Auburn), Shaq Quarterman (Miami), Kendrick Norton (Miami), Jalen Parks (Florida State), Dameon Pierce (Florida), Nesta Silvera (Miami), Andres Fox (Stanford), Bryce Dixon (NC State), Devine Ozigbo (Nebraska), Romello Harris (Fresno State), Daulton Hyatt (Arkansas), Cody Saunders (West Virgina), and countless other Division 1, 2, and 3 players.