The Washington State Football Coaches Association Joins Forces with Cleats vs. Cancer
Kent, Washington—This year, the Washington State Football Coaches Association will be partnering with Cleats vs. Cancer to bring together high school players from across the state in a show of camaraderie and community that further exposes Washington’s hotbed of football talent to college recruiters, while bringing cancer awareness.
The partnership is a natural fit. For the past 4 years, Cleats vs. Cancer has successfully showcased high school seniors to recruiters and college coaches while simultaneously fundraising for families fighting cancer via their annual Cleats vs. Cancer All Star showcase game and evaluation camps. With a strong legacy spanning over 30 years, the Washington State Football Coaches Association has also been hosting their own East vs. West game every summer, which has been dismantled.
A Win-Win! Together, Cleats vs. Cancer and the Washington State Football Coaches Association will mutually host the Cleats vs. Cancer All Star game on 1/1/22, at a time which is best for players looking for one more opportunity to showcase their talents before the National Letter of Intent signing day on February 2, 2022.
“This combined effort brings together a more diverse pool of players & coaches to select from with more schools participating statewide. Couple all of this with a great cause like cancer awareness, and you’ve got a winner,” says Derek Sparks, Founder of Cleats vs. Cancer
“Derek Sparks, has created something special. Great crowds, relationships built in 4 days, and a good football experience for a lot of our players. We are pleased to partner and add value to the event.” – Tony Davis | Tahoma High School
The next Cleats vs Cancer player evaluation camp is on August 14th. All positions are encouraged to participate. Registration is open @ www.cleatsvscancer.com | Twitter @CleatsV.