GENERAL 4SS 2% COMBINE INFORMATION:
Every athlete will be videoed on each test and drill and will be made available to them and their parents to share with college coaches.
There are a total of 6 physical tests with position specific drills, as well as a “tale of the tape” body measurement for each player.
- 40 YARD DASH
Attention this is not hand timed, it’s electric – same system used at the NFL Combines. The athlete will start in a three point stance and the clock will start on his movement and ending at the finish line when he breaks the laser’s timing eye.
- 20 YD SHORT SHUTTLE OR KNOWN ALSO AS THE SHORT SHUTTLE.
This event is electronicly timed. the athlete starts in a 3-point stance in the middle of ten yards. On his movement he runs right five yards touching the line and turns in the opposite direction and runs ten yards touching that line. He turns opposite again and sprints through the starting point ending the test.
- 3 CONE DRILL.
This event is electronicly timed. The athlete starts in a 3-point stance and runs forward five yards touching the line with his right hand and turns the opposite direction and runs back five yards and touches the line where he started at with his right hand again. He then turns in the opposite direction and runs in an L position for ten yards and figure eights the furthest cone(inside) and runs back to the starting position staying on the outside of the cones.
- STANDING BROAD JUMP.
The athlete stands behind the line and explodes forward landing flat footed and motionless. The measurement is taken from the furthest point of either heel or closest mark to the starting line.
- VERTICAL JUMP.
The athlete stands underneath the vertical jump testing bar line and explodes upwards and reaches to touch the measurement lines.
- 160LBS. / 185LBS. BENCH PRESS MAX REPETITIONS UNTIL FAILURE.
(160lbs. for freshman-sophomore group & 185lbs. for junior-senior group.)
The athlete lies flat on his back on a bench. On his movement he will lift the weight each rep from his chest to completely locking out. When the athlete can’t perform another rep the exercise ends.
We then break down by position and have the athletes perform specific drills according to their position to demonstrate their playing ability.
We will be filming EVERYTHING! From your intro to include all of the drills.
What Do We Have To Offer?
Please check in to the High School Sports Participation Rules in regards to athletic participation in your state. It is up to you to know and abide by these rules set by the state where your athlete is in school. Make sure that the laws/bylaws as to the time period when each athlete can/cannot participate in camps and combines of any particular sport is within the time of the camp or combine that you are signing up for.