It whats looks like to be a first. Both USFL and XFL scouts will be in attendance for this years Tropical Bowl Combine. This is according to a social media post by the game.
We assume the XFL’s Senior Vice President of Player Personnel Doug Whaley will be in attendance. We are not sure who will represent the USFL side.
Here is a press release for the game back in July.
BOWL WEEK ANNOUNCES ORLANDO’S CAMPING WORLD STADIUM AS THE NEW HOME TO THE 2022 SPIRAL BOWL WEEK JANUARY 12-15, 2022
ORLANDO, Fla., July 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Bowl Week announces Orlando’s Camping World Stadium is the new home to the 2022 SPIRAL Bowl Week, which features the Tropical Bowl (NCAA Division 1 College All-Stars), All-America Classic (high school seniors), and All-America Underclassmen (high school) football games. The football series showcases the finest athletes in the United States among high school and college football players, culminating in a triple-header of all-star gridiron games in a festival format. SPIRAL Bowl Week debuts at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium, Jan. 12-15, 2022. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Aug. 15, 2021.
“We are looking forward to kicking off the 7th annual SPIRAL Bowl Week games this January,” said Michael Quartey, Esq., Bowl Week’s executive director of events and owner of East Preps LLC, a Florida-based event management company. “We are excited to grow our bowl games in Orlando and have received great support from the city, as we continue to host the Tropical Bowl, the only black-owned post-season college football bowl game and Florida’s only college all-star game.”
“We’re proud that the City of Orlando has developed into one of the nation’s top sports event destinations,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “With first-class venues like Camping World Stadium and Orlando’s unrivaled hospitality, our city can host virtually any kind of sporting event, including all-star games. We can’t wait to welcome some of the nation’s top college and high school football players, their families and fans to our community in January for SPIRAL Bowl Week.”
“Central Florida loves football, so we’re grateful for the opportunity to host more games at Camping World Stadium to meet the demand,” said Orlando Venues Chief Venues Officer Allen Johnson. “We’re looking forward to welcoming SPIRAL Bowl Week and seeing lots of talented young athletes compete on our field.”
Since 2015, SPIRAL Bowl Week has served as a springboard to over 350 players that have advanced to the National Football League (NFL) following their performances in the Tropical Bowl game. In addition, the All-America Classic high school senior game has provided further passage for hundreds of players to compete at the college level. This year, the All-America Underclassmen game premieres during SPIRAL Bowl Week, which spotlights the country’s top underclassmen athletes.
SPIRAL Bowl Week game day also features halftime and national anthem performances by international-touring DJ Pcutta, hip-hop singer Maci Jae, award-winning pop singer Whitney Star and hip-hop and dance deejays DJ Camp and DJ Legit. Additionally, SPIRAL Bowl Week also includes festivities offering players an Orlando experience inclusive of a visit to Universal City Walk, International Drive activities and attending the banquet alongside NFL Team representatives sponsored by Kissimmee Sports Commission.
Tickets: $45 Bowl Week Gameday Pass (prices subject to change). All tickets are reserved. Buy tickets at CampingWorldStadium.com or Ticketmaster.com or in person at the Amway Center box office (serves as the primary box office for Camping World Stadium during non-event days), All dates, act(s) and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. All tickets are subject to applicable taxes, service, handling and facility fee charges. Phone purchases are not available through the box office. Amway Center is located at 400 West Church Street and the box office is on the north side of the arena, near the intersection of Church Street and Hughey Avenue.
About SPIRAL Bowl Week
Bowl Week is a weeklong football festival uniting the Tropical Bowl, the top college seniors all-star game; the All-America Classic, the nation’s premier high school senior game; and the All-America Underclassmen, the country’s top-tier underclassmen game, showcasing over 350 elite football players. The Tropical Bowl highlights the nation’s top college seniors and serves as a platform for players to compete in the National Football League (NFL). Notable Tropical Bowl alumnus include Jordan Franks – Cleveland Browns (UCF), Gus Edwards -Baltimore Ravens (Miami), Devlin “Duck” Hodges – Los Angeles Rams (Samford), Jojo Natson – Cleveland Browns (Akron), Scotty Miller – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Bowling Green) and Lucas Patrick – Green Bay Packers (Duke). Many NFL and Canadian Football League (CFL) representatives scout players during Bowl Week. For more information about SPIRAL Bowl Week, visit BowlWeek.org.
About Camping World Stadium
Camping World Stadium is owned and operated by the City of Orlando. Since opening in 1936 as a Works Progress Administration project by President Franklin D. Roosevelt at a cost of $115,000 and a capacity of 8,900, the stadium has undergone numerous expansions and name changes over the years. The historic venue underwent a massive $207.7 million reconstruction in 2014, which yielded 90% all-new construction and a completely modernized stadium. Its sustainable design achieved a LEED Silver Certification for new construction from the U.S. Green Building Council. The numerous enhancements and amenities include 41,000 lower bowl seats with chair backs, two 360-degree concourses, multiple giant video displays, a 20,000-square-foot plaza deck, a vibrant open-air exterior and unique indoor & outdoor club spaces to serve 5,000 patrons. These upgrades have bolstered Camping World Stadium’s ability to draw new high-profile events like neutral-site college football games, the NFL Pro Bowl, NFL pre-season match-ups and big-name concerts while retaining its signature annual bowl games and events. The City of Orlando and its partners at Florida Citrus Sports expect the reconstruction to generate a $300 million annual economic impact. For more information, visit CampingWorldStadium.com.
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