MHSFPI

Massachusetts High School Football Prospect Information

The Massachusetts High School Football Prospect Information (MHSFPI) is a football-recruiting manual. MHSFPI has been in operation since 1989. Under the direction of Richard Davis and Bob Bancroft, every high school football coach in the state of Massachusetts is contacted. The coaches are asked to submit information about their current juniors that would be of interest to college recruiters—height, weight, position, GPA, etc. The information is entered into a database and printed into a manual that is extremely useful to college recruiters with their recruiting efforts in Massachusetts. MHSFPI is considered one of the best recruiting manuals in the country.

Our goals are to:


Coach information:

Over fifty percent of the high schools in Massachusetts respond to our request for information. We encourage those schools not responding to join us next year. The players get more exposure; the coaches spend less time filling out recruiting information; the Shriners Hospitals receive the money from sales. If your school has not participated—join us next year and help us to help Shriners Hospitals. If your school does not participate, notify a director or coach and join today!

How to Participate:

The player and coach information is available in paper or electronic format.

Download the paper form:
Class of 2019 Prospect Information (paper)
Freshmen FBS/FCS Prospect Information (paper)
Sophomore FBS/FCS Prospect Information (paper)

Download the electronic form:
Directions On Registration Forms Below
Coaches' Information (Excel)
Class of 2019 Prospect Information (Excel)




Our Football Combine

A combination of strength, speed, and agility

2017 MHSFPI/MHSFCA Combine

Thank you for a wonderful 2017 Combine. The 2017 results will be provided to colleges and to the participants. The following tests were conducted: height, weight, 40 yard dash, shuttle run, L-drill, and bench press (185 lb.)

Combine Results

From the sales of the MHSFPI manual and the 2017 combine turnout, we have donated $207,000 to the Shriners Hospital. We are looking forward to increasing this number with the 2018 manual and combine.

2018 MHSFPI/MHSFCA Combine

Date: TBA
Location: Field House, report there for registration.
Registration forms: none at this time.

The 2018 football combine will be held at Gillette Stadium, with the results being provided to colleges and to the participants.

The MHSFPI Manual

If you would like to purchase the Class of 2018 MHSFPI manual, you can contact MHSFPI at 508-942-4929 or download our order form below.

Download the order form

Item Cost
Prospect Information for all Divisions (FBS to 3) $110.00
Text/Excel/Access CD or Flash Drive $130.00
Prospect Book and CD or Flash Drive $155.00
Mailing Labels for all Massachusetts H.S. $20.00
Division I Freshmen Prospects (not on CD) $15.00
Division I Sophomore Prospects (not on CD) $15.00

Place an order via:


Phone

508-942-4929

Fax

(508) 539-0926

Mail

Richard Davis
MHSPFI
P.O. Box 553
Forestdale, MA 02644

*NCAA Division I coaches are permitted to subscribe to this service for Football.

About Us

Football - Nonprofit - Charity

Who we are

The Massachusetts High School Football Prospect Information (MHSFPI) is a football-recruiting manual. MHSFPI has been in operation since 1989. Under the direction of Richard Davis and Bob Bancroft, every high school football coach in the state of Massachusetts is contacted. The coaches are asked to submit information about their current juniors that would be of interest to college recruiters—height, weight, position, GPA, etc. The information is entered into a database and printed into a manual that is extremely useful to college recruiters with their recruiting efforts in Massachusetts. MHSFPI is considered one of the best recruiting manuals in the country.

This is the 30th year of production for our prospect book. We have been able to improve the quality and sales of the book each year. We have received many positive comments from the college recruiters. Many of the colleges are using the book as their base for Massachusetts recruiting. With your help, we have donated over $207,000 to the Shriners Hospital! No individual is paid for their services. The only money not given to the hospitals is money spent for printing and shipping the books.

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