You went to a football combine—check! Now, it’s time for the moment you’ve been waiting for: your football combine results. Simply find the combine you attended, click on the link and sort search for your name in the results. You’ll find your stats for the following football drills:
- 40-yard dash: Fastest time recorded
- Shuttle run: Tests athlete’s lateral quickness and explosion
- 3-cone drill: Tests athlete’s ability to change directions at a high speed
- Vertical jump: Measures lower body explosion and power
- Broad jump: Tests athlete’s lower body explosion and strength
If you aren’t sure what a combine is or how to find the right one for you, check our content about football camps, combines, showcases and junior days. Find out more about college football recruiting.
How to use your football combine results in your recruiting
It might seem like you can’t mess up measuring something like height, weight or 40-yard dash time. But it turns out, people do it all the time! Measuring methods might differ, timers could lie or their equipment could be off. For this reason, college coaches trust data verified by a third party. Like the data taken at football combines. An added bonus for coaches: Some combines—like the Rivals adizero Combines—use the top precision measuring equipment of the NFL combines. Here, objective experts with standardized methods and equipment call the shots. If you’re serious about getting recruited, verified stats are a must.
To really use them to their full potential, add your football combine results to your online NCSA profile so college football coaches searching for athletes like you can review them. Don’t have a profile yet? No problem: Create your free online profile today.
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Coaches are looking at recruits’ combine data through Coach Pass
Hundreds of college football coaches are using Coach Pass to access all Rivals combine information. Why are coaches interested in recruits’ combine data? As mentioned earlier, verified information—like the stats athletes get in their football combine—is extremely important to college coaches when they evaluate if an athlete might be a good fit for their program. Through Coach Pass, college football coaches also have access to each athlete’s NCSA online recruiting profile. So, if they see combine numbers they are interested in, they can immediately check out the athlete’s profile and determine if they want to pursue recruiting that athlete.
What this means for you: Your combine numbers can be the gateway to college coach interest! To make sure you really maximize your chances of getting recruited after your Rivals combine, make sure you complete on your NCSA online recruiting profile.