Off the Block launches new NCAA Tournament MVP Twitter Challenge

Tweet who you think will be named the most valuable player of the men’s volleyball NCAA Tournament for a chance to win a prize-pack from Springbak, Inc.

The Off the Block NCAA Tournament MVP Twitter Challenge is a new social media contests asking individuals to predict on Twitter before the start of the NCAA Tournament what player will be selected as the most valuable player.

The four-team NCAA Tournament begins Thursday with both semifinal matches — the No. 1 seed BYU versus the No. 4 seed Penn State and the No. 2 seed UC Irvine versus the No. 3 seed Loyola. The winner of the two semifinal matches will play in the championship match Saturday with the most valuable player being named at the conclusion of the tournament.


Twitter challenge participants before the NCAA Tournament begins can tweet their NCAA Tournament MVP prediction to the official Off the Block Twitter account, @offtheblock11.

The person who accurately predicts the winner will receive a prize-pack from Springbak, Inc. that includes Springbak Springsoles, a Springbak T-shirt and a gift certificate. In the event of a tie for first place at the end of the tournament, one contestant from the first-place Tweets will be randomly selected for the grand prize.

Springbak, Inc. is the official sponsor of this Twitter challenge and produces high performance footwear used by professional athletes from the NFL, NBA, MLB and U.S. Olympic teams and the top college teams in the nation. Springbak, Inc. can also be followed on Twitter at @springbak.

The deadline to submit a prediction on Twitter is 8 p.m. (EST) Thursday.