New Hampshire Football Report

NEGD Welcomes LJ Boyd


NOTE: New Hampshire Football Report is pleased to announce that all athletes who attend this year’s New Hampshire Football Showcase will be introduced to Synaptec Sensory Technology training tools by members of R3VAMP Performance Training. Synaptec provides advanced training that improves hand-eye coordination, reaction time, vision, etc. Synaptec is used at the college and professional levels and you won’t find it at any other Showcase event in New England.

The 2023 New Hampshire Football Showcase, the state’s premier recruiting event, will be held June 3 from 9 a.m. to noon at Saint Anselm College’s Grappone Stadium.

Although this is a developmental camp, the New Hampshire Football Showcase is designed primarily to increase exposure for high school and prep school players by allowing them to perform in combine and football-specific drills with college coaches from throughout Northeast in attendance. Typically 25-30 schools are represented. Players who attend should wear shorts and cleats. All positions are welcome.

Please Note: This event will be limited to the first 100 athletes who register to allow college coaches to properly evaluate each player who attends. Out-of-state athletes are welcome. Visit the Registration Page to reserve your spot.

The cost is $99 for those who register before May 1, and $129 for anyone who registers May 1 or later. Registrations are non-refundable. Thank you for your understanding.

Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m., but players can arrive as early as 8:15 a.m. There is plenty of parking surrounding the stadium.

REGISTERED ATHLETES: Benjamin Allen (Nottingham), Syncere Bailey (Winnacunnet), Jonah Barstow (Kennebunk), Kellen Bateman (Exeter), Daniel Batstone (Exeter), Nolan Beck (Merrimack Valley), Bishop Benham (ConVal),  Jake Benn (Bedford), Paul Binder (Londonderry), Tyler Bland (Exeter), LJ Boyd (Epping/Newmarket) Bryce Carberry (Dover), Ben Cardoso (Sanborn), Jonah Cavarretta (Exeter), Ethan Cenesca (Manchester Central), Ethan Chmielecki (Bishop Guertin), Remy Content (Manchester Central), Liam Corman (Timberlane), Seth Cortin (Spaulding), Edward DiGiulio (Timberlane), Neal Downs (Gilford), Charles Dulac (Exeter), Samuel Dulac (Exeter), Andrew Frechette (Hanover), David Frechette (Hanover), Gabriel Fret (ConVal), Aiden Gouin (Memorial), Tyler Graney (Exeter), Jayden Hendrickson (ConVal), Brayden Hickman (Souhegan), Jayman Jones (Manchester Central), Jack Kavanaugh (Exeter), Jordan Lavoie (Colchester), Nolan Lumley (Salem),  Mills (Alvirne), Angus Moss (Portsmouth), Jaydon Navarro (Londonderry), Byron Parrish (John Stark), Will Patenaude (Goffstown), Joe Reed (Essex), Vincent Ruiz (Goffstown),  Cayden Salvi (Manchester Central), Todd Sheppard (Bishop Brady), Kevin Sheridan (Bedford), Sam Stevenson (Souhegan), John Taylor (Hanover), Aidan Thomas (Portsmouth), Rees Tyler (Exeter), Patrick Vachon (Memorial), Ethan Vilgrain (Manchester Memorial), Alex Villa (Londonderry), Tyler Walcott (Kennett),  Dontrell White (John Stark), George Whitehead (Central), Garrett White (Exeter), Cameron Worster (Portsmouth).

CONFIRMED SCHOOLS (There are typically 25-30 coaches in attendance. This list will be updated as schools confirm): Assumption College, Bates College, Castleton University, Curry College, Dean College, Endicott College, Fitchburg State University, Franklin Pierce, Husson University, Mass. Maritime, Merrimack College, Norwich University, University of New Hampshire, Nichols College, Plymouth State University, Sacred Heart University, Saint Anselm College, Springfield College, Stonehill University, Trinity College, University of New England, Worcester State University.

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