This week, top NFL Draft prospects, coaches, and NFL personnel members have been arriving in Indianapolis, Indiana for the start of the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine.
Every year, the Scouting Combine provides all 32 teams with an up-close and personal look at the top players who will be available in April’s draft. Players are put through a variety of tests on and off the field that provides a physical evaluation teams will consider when determining who they will select as part of their 2018 rookie class.
From the 40-yard dash to vertical jump to position specific drills, prospects must be prepared to put their best foot forward when they step onto the field.
While players have begun being measured on Thursday as they arrive at Lucas Oil Stadium, the on-field workouts do not officially start until Friday, March 2.
Here is all of the information you need to tune in to the workouts along with the position groups that will be taking the field each day:
Date: Friday, March 2 through Monday, March 5
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium
TV Info: NFL Network
Live Stream: Stream 1 | Stream 2 | Stream 3
Friday: RB, OL, ST workouts
Saturday: QB, WR, TE workouts
Sunday: DL, LB workouts
Monday: DB workouts
NFL Scouting Combine Drills & Workouts
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- 40-yard dash
- Bench press (225 lb repetitions)
- Vertical jump
- Broad jump
- 20-yard shuttle
- 3 cone drill
- 60-yard shuttle
- Position-specific drills
- Interviews – each team is allowed 60 interviews in 15-minute intervals
- Physical measurements
- Medical evaluation
- Drug screen
- The Cybex test: Fitness exam which tests joint movement
- The Wonderlic test: Cognitive ability test