Sounds like a great pre-comp stim drink. The only other thing I would have added was about not taking stims in training .... but I think we have been down that route.
Do you know much about the chemicals in this pre-comp drink?
I do. The drink contains crystal salts of various neurotransmitters (i.e. Phenylethylamine) and vaso-dilators (Theobromine). Vasodilators are obviously good to increase muscle blood pump, to get nutrients to the muscle, and remove waste products post-race (in the case of sprints) or during race (in the case of endurance / team sports). You could use nitric oxide tablets for a similar effect. Neurotransmitters are obviously good as they could increase the intensity of the action potential across a synapse, possibly allowing a greater MU recruitment or neural drive.
Beta-Methylphenylethylamine is a stimulant, along with caffeine, which will prevent CNS by preventing the release of seratonin, and its derivative seratonin 5-HT from entering the brain, so tail end of the race (in the sprints) this should have a slight positive effect.
Im not sure if you were trying to show me up by assuming a lack of chemical knowledge or not, but if you werent, hope this helps. The only thing Im not sure of is the legality of those supplements, as obviously the NCAA may have different rules regarding illegal substances, and I dont know if you coach there or not.