FEBRUARY 26 – MARCH 1ST, 2018
2018 NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE
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THE NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE
Since 2010, Beyond Sports Network has been conducting pro football combines in order to help athletes promote themselves to professional coaches. Our goal is to provide more affordable and valuable opportunities for aspiring professional athletes to attend. The results are provided on our website and directly to the professional coaches, scouts & teams at all levels.
Beyond Sports Network developed the National Scouting Combine to bridge the gap between athletes and coaches. We utilize our combine and sports network to provide an exclusive sports profile that showcases their background, videos and accomplishments helping coaches & scouts learn more and communicate with the athletes.
2018 National Scouting Combine
“I attended the BSN combine because my university only had one scout at the pro day and he wasn’t likely to share my results. I took a chance at BSN’s first combine. At the time, I’d never met my agent and he’d never seen me run, but he said if my numbers were true he could find me a job. BSN verified my numbers and my agent followed through with a free agency signing with the Jaguars. BSN has the capacity to turn a 4 second sprint into a career on the field.” – Chad Kackert CFL Grey Cup Winner & MVP (Toronto Argonauts)
The BSN combine for me was the sole opportunity in more than a dozen combines, and tryouts where I actually felt I got legitimate exposure. The BSN combine helped to establish me a potential camp roster spot in the CFL. From there it was obviously my own hard work and effort that allowed me to make a roster, but without the BSN the opportunity to do so wouldn’t have been possible. – Brian Brikowski CFL (Montreal Allouettes)
NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE NEWS & UPDATES
THE NFL COMBINE IS NOT THE ONLY COMBINE IN INDY THIS WEEK 21 NOVEMBER, 2017 Football Combine Newsweek National Scouting Combine Original article on Newsweek For the 72 young—and some not-so-young—men who assembled inside the 10th Street Sports Center in Indianapolis...
When assessing athletic performance, the vertical jump gets a lot of attention, and for good reason. It is the most direct way to measure power output in athletes. It answers the question how forcefully can you propel your body through space. Power is...
The Pro-Agility drill, also called the 5-10-5 drill, is one of the primary scouting drills used during performance evaluations and combine events across all sports. Apart from the 40 yard sprint it is also probably the most well-known. What people often...
The 3 Cone Drill, also known as the L-Drill, is considered by many coaches to be the most important at the combine to predict on-field performance. The drill illustrates the athletes’ ability to accelerate, decelerate, and change direction in a small space as well as...
The start to the 40 yard sprint is arguably the most important part and, if deficient, is where the greatest improvement can be made in the shortest amount of time. Often times training for a combine or pro-day comes down to the weeks before the event...
Recovery- We all have heard the word, but what does it really mean in the context of an athlete? It seems like it’s everywhere these days. Recovery is a term applied to the refueling and rehydration strategies in the immediate postexercise period to gain training...