Allentown News

Published on March 27th, 2019


High School Combine and Middle School Clinic at St. Luke’s March Mayhem Football Weekend

During a month best known for its basketball madness, St. Luke’s Fitness & Sports Performance will host its first St. Luke’s March Mayhem Football Weekend on March 30 and 31.

The March Mayhem Football Weekend features two events – a High School Combine and a Middle School Football Skills & Drills Clinic. The cost is $15 per athlete for either event.

“March Mayhem Football Weekend is designed to bring a football spin to March Madness,” says St. Luke’s Community Ambassador Bobby McClarin. “St. Luke’s will unite student-athletes from across the region in a fun, competitive forum designed to bring out the best in individuals and teams as they compete in NFL Combine events and participate in skills and drills programming.”

This event is being produced by St. Luke’s Fitness & Sports Performance and is coordinated by McClarin and fellow St. Luke’s community ambassador Mike Cerimele. It will be held at the St. Luke’s Fitness & Sports Performance Center – West End at 501 Cetronia Road in Allentown.

The High School Combine – which is open to athletes in grades 9 through 11 – will be held on Saturday, March 30, from 10 am to 2 pm. Participants will be tested in the 40-yard dash, broad jump, vertical jump, kneeling medicine ball toss and pro agility.

“High school student-athletes will be able to benchmark their individual performance against other athletes from across the Lehigh Valley and beyond,” McClarin says. “All participants can use their results in the recruiting process if solicited by college coaches and for bragging rights.”

Top performers will be awarded Sneaker King gift cards and football apparel. Individual scoring will be totaled and top-performing teams from the combine events along with the school that takes first in the speed sled race will be rewarded with Gilman Gear football equipment, Perform Better speed sleds, Gatorade products and more.

Guest speakers at the combine include Jimmy Terwilliger, head football coach at East Stroudsburg University; Buddy Green, retired defensive coordinator at the U.S. Naval Academy; and Joe Speed, former defensive backs coach at Georgia Tech and former U.S. Marine Corps officer.

All combine participants will receive a complimentary t-shirt and lunch.

The Middle School Football Skills & Drills Clinic will be held on Sunday, March 31, from 1 pm to 3:30 pm. Athletes in grades 5 through 8 will participate in drills led by former and current college players and coaches.

“The drills are designed to drive home the importance of mastering the fundamentals that lead to success,” McClarin notes.

Participating athletes will receive a complimentary t-shirt. There will also be a guest speaker.

To register for the St. Luke’s March Mayhem Football Weekend, please contact St. Luke’s Community Ambassadors Bobby McClarin at or Mike Cerimele at

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