The 13th annual Under Armour-PIAA Hawaii high school football combine is filling up quickly.
The event, which will be held May 31 at Mililani High School’s John Kauinana Stadium, is open to players in grades 9 through 12. PIAA administrative director Doris Sullivan said that about 200 of the 260 spots have been filled.
Cost is $25.
A week after that, the Maximum Exposure camp hosted by Gridiron Performance Academy will be held June 6-8 at Kauinana Stadium. Sullivan said that the camp is not a PIAA event, but that they support it. Rod York (Mililani), Rich Miano (Kaiser) and Chad Ikei are some of the coaches helping with the camp, which already has dozens of college coaches signed up to attend.
The three-day camp cost is $165. There are discounts for players who sign up as a team for both events, Sullivan said.
“Coach York, Coach Miano and Coach Ikei jumped at the opportunity to help bring exposure to local athletes,” she noted.
Coaches from Arizona State, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Utah, Stanford are among the Division I schools that will be represented, Sullivan said. There will also be coaches from Diablo Valley, Occidental, Pacific, Virginia Union and Western New Mexico.
“The reason it’s called Maximum Exposure is because we have colleges from all levels for the camp,” Sullivan said.
For more information, go to PIAAHawaii.com.