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The Combine in Charlotte?


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6 minutes ago, Michael G said:

I think that could be great for Charlotte. I'd love the chance to boo the commissioner too. What would be the downside?

The combine, not the draft. I don't even think there's any fan attendance. 

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The good thing about the combine is that you can compare athletes at the same position doing the same drills in the same place on the same surface at the same time. That can be valuable because there is no change in the testing conditions.
 
What do you do in the NFL combine?
 
Tests/evaluations include:
 
40-yard dash.
 
Bench press (225 lb repetitions)
 
Vertical jump.
 
Broad jump.
 
20-yard shuttle.
 
3 cone drill.
 
60-yard shuttle.
 
Position-specific drills.
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