Senior All-Star Game 2017
The Greater El Paso Football Showcase (GEPFS) helps and highlights El Paso County High School seniors who excel in both academics and their chosen extracurricular activities. GEPFS not only helps football players get the exposure and opportunities needed to help them succeed in life, but GEPFS also include managers, sports medicine trainers, cheerleaders, dance, JROTC, drill team, band, flag team, and choir. These students are offered an opportunity and venue for scholar- ships to proclaim the spirit of competition, their quest for excellence, and to establish a foundation for a better future through higher education, citizenship, health, and legacy.
The Greater El Paso Football Showcase consists of four components:
- The All-Star Game.
- The Combine.
- The Mentor Program.
- The Greater El Paso Football Showcase is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization.
All proceeds go to college scholarships for El Paso students. Our Board and committee members are all volunteers and the organization does not have a payroll.
BACKGROUND OF THE GAME STATEMENT
This will be the 26th year of the Showcase. Showcase serves as a non-profit 501(c)3 venue to award scholarships to all seniors that participate in the game. This includes football players, managers, sports medicine trainers, cheerleaders, dance, JROTC, drill team, band, flag team, and choir. The game has produced over 646 scholarships for El Paso seniors totaling $539,000.00. The game provides an opportunity to pool El Paso County talent which, in turn, allows college scouts to effectively recruit high school seniors in our regionally secluded area. This is a venue that recognizes El Paso students that are athletes as well as academic achievers and, future community leaders.