Beyond Sports Network Foundation, Inc.

501(c)(3) Private Operating Foundation

The creation of the BSN Foundation in 2015 has allowed us to provide the same type of professional testing to youth & high school athletes. The BSN Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation, our goal is to develop regional combines for aspiring collegiate athletes that play football and provide comprehensive standardized performance testing.

We focus on testing athlete’s athletic abilities so that they become more aware and educated about their physical abilities. We then provide a specific grade that identifies what collegiate level the athlete could “athletically” succeed at. Equipped with this exclusive data, athletes can make the necessary training adjustments to define their recruiting path for the future.

Why attend the National Scouting Combine…

High school athletes are under a lot of pressure these days to prove why they are worthy of a college coach’s recruiting attention.  The first question you need to ask yourself is “Whose radar am I on and which coaches even know about me?” Once you can address this question, you need to start figuring our your next move. There are lots of combines, lots of athletes who attend and lots of noise in this industry. Preparation is absolutely key to ensuring that you record solid results. The results you get can catch the attention of recruiters or allow them to move to the next player. Before we move along, let’s keep in mind that nothing beats game film when recruiting athletes.Most coaches at any level will first look at height and weight for a specific position and then review your combine results to see how it all matches up. You want to be able to prove that you are a  fast, agile, reactive and explosive athlete. If you are genetically gifted with size, then good combine results will only help you. If you are average or undersized, then great results are how you catch the attention of college recruiters.

The National Scouting Combine provides athletes with the same professional testing that we run the collegiate and professional athletes through. The testing is the closest experience to the NFL Combine these athletes will receive. We have a proprietary grading algorithm that will assess each athlete’s performance and detect which level of collegiate competition the athletes is most likely to succeed at “athletically”. This is not a grade based on football performance, but instead athletic performance. This grade allows us to provide college recruiters with a more specific way to begin recruiting players based on their athletic abilities to match up with game film rather than dumping hundreds or thousands of data points for them to review. We cut down on the time needed to begin figuring out where athletes need to improve, where they should focus their recruiting and how coaches can save loads of time on where to start recruiting athletes from combine events.

Regional Combines

These events are run similar to the National Scouting Combine we hold for college athletes aspiring to play professional football. These combines will allow high school athletes the opportunity to received an exclusive National Scouting Combine Grade for collegiate recruiting opportunities.


Featured Athletes

Our goal is to tell each athlete’s story who participates in our National Scouting Combine events. 


2021 National Scouting Combine Player Comparison: DB Sterling Lowry

DB Sterling Lowry – Wagner: Was around the football a lot as a CB, isn’t afraid to be physical....

2021 National Scouting Combine Featured Athlete Sterling Lowry, DB from Wagner College

Sterling Lowry | Wagner College | DB Twitter: @sterlinglowry2 Q: Tell us about your college (or...

2021 National Scouting Combine LB Position Drills

2021 National Scouting Combine LB Combine Drills Number First Name Last Name POS Height Weight 177...

2021 National Scouting Combine Player Comparison: DB Dionte Ruffin

DB Dionte Ruffin – Western Kentucky: 2021 NFL Draft Prospect and started all 12 games at Western...

2021 National Scouting Combine Player Comparison: Yasir Thomas

​DB Yasir Thomas – Lafayette: In the box player that likes to be physical, isn’t afraid of...

2021 National Scouting Combine Player Comparison: Ahkee Cox-Cowan

DB Ahkee Cox-Cowan – Kutztown: Teams couldn’t pass on him while he was there, best player on the...

2021 National Scouting Combine Player Comparison: Reid Harrison-Ducros

DB Reid Harrison-Ducros – Duquesne: Fluid hips and changes directions effortlessly. Strength is in...

2021 National Scouting Combine Player Comparison: Bill Atkins

DB Bill Atkins – Minnesota Duluth: Hasn’t played actual organized football since he graduated in...

2021 National Scouting Combine Featured Athlete Andre Thomas-Cobb, WR from Coffeyville

Andre Thomas-Cobb Jr. | Coffeyville Community College | WR  Twitter: @Acobb_1 | Instagram:...

2021 National Scouting Combine Featured Athlete Preston Foley, WR from the University of Nebraska Kearny

Preston Foley Jr. | University of Nebraska Kearney | WR Twitter: @the_real_foley | Instagram:...

“The National Scouting Combine was a great opportunity for me to get official test numbers and get my information out to teams and scouts to gain necessary exposure. It is always a big challenge for athletes to get official verified numbers but the National Scouting Combine gave me this opportunity. The entire staff works with the players to put them into the best position to succeed. They give players opportunities to promote themselves on and off the field. They have a setup to do all combine tests and to perform official position drills. The event also allows for players to gain useful contacts with teams and National Scouting Combine staff members to further promote themselves. The National Scouting Combine provided me with a chance to showcase my abilities as a free agent and put myself in a good position to have success in my pursuit to play professional football. I want thank the National Scouting Combine staff for giving players this unique chance to demonstrate their skills.”

Christopher Bury

Tight End, Notre Dame

The BSN Foundation, Inc – 501(c)(3)

Since 2015, BSN Foundation has tested 1,771 total athletes, 1,613 high school athletes and 158 JUCO athletes. These combines were offered in Northern Virginia, Lynchburg (VA), Scranton (PA), Des Moines, (IA) and were funded by the foundation through private donations. In 2020, we plan again to offer these FREE combines.

For the serious athlete, whose hopes are to play football at the collegiate level, the National Scouting Combine will provide these athletes with the same type of professional combine experience that will include our testing, position drills, and proprietary grading algorithm which will identify their athletic level . These regional events will be provided at a cost to participant.

For the younger athlete looking to learn what their current athletic level is, the Foundation will provide our standard combine testing drills through private donations.


Be sure to take care of your body with proper nutrition, sleep and hydration. You want to feel ready to perform and these are key getting started with your performance.


Wear comfortable clothing that allows you move, in all directions, without restriction. Remember to bring cleats or turf shoes for optimal performance.

State of the Art Equipment

We have partnered with top technology companies to provide you with the best experience and opportunities to showcase your abilities. We use Fusion Sport Laser Timing systems, the same technology used in NFL Regional and AAF Combine testing. TRAZER helps us “measure what matters” when it comes to your athletic ability. TRAZER is also used by numerous FBS Programs such as Alabama, Georgia, Clemson and many more!